John Lasseter is set to depart Pixar and Disney quietly, but his legacy has grown complicated.
There's an agony and an ecstasy to being a movie fan in 2015.
Guardians of the Galaxy cements the unlikely star status of its leading man.
We have plenty to get off our chest as we discuss the worst trends in movies right now.
Has the most financially successful subgenre hit a creative rut?
The religious controversy over Darren Aronofsky's epic is quite a shame.
More than in many other years, feeling for and with your fellow man ruled the movies of the past year.
Are there too many Best Picture nominees? You have to answer another question before you can begin to answer that one.
Our discussion on the Oscars reaches its conclusion with a look at the Supporting Actor and Supporting Actress races (and a bunch of other stuff).
In the second installment of Talkin' Oscars, we look at the Best Actor and Best Actress races.
Our writers break down the recently announced Academy Award nominations by starting with a look at the Best Picture race.
Connecting the dots between the decline of action movies and the "childish" state of recent blockbusters.
You cannot remake The Naked Gun. You cannot replace Leslie Nielsen. Please, Paramount, do not waste everyone's time by trying.
Spending Christmas at the theater has become frustrating and overwhelming for the average moviegoer.
A new short film sheds more light on one of the most gripping scenes in Gravity.
Every once in awhile, it's worth remembering how subjective (and silly) critiquing art can be.
If you're going to be mad about Ben Affleck being the next Batman, it has to come from the right place.
Why is now the time for one of film's oft-forgotten genres?
Let's look inward as we think about the reasons for Hollywood's current en vogue trend.
Here's a rant dedicated to simply holding still.