'A Love Song for Latasha' Urges You To Remember Black Lives, Not Just Death
Sophia Nahli Allison's film reimagines the life of Latasha Harlins, the 15-year-old whose death was a catalyst for the LA riots, but who is rarely mentioned outside of that context.
Lord of the Rings TV Series Issues Casting Call for ‘Funky Looking’ People
The less than tasteful call out is trying to attract people with "face burns... acne scars... any deformities... [or] missing limbs".
The New 'Emma.' Shows the Servants of Jane Austen's Time In New Ways
Adaptations of Emma, one of Jane Austen's most direct looks at the class dynamics of her time, stop short of humanizing the help, but this year's movie adaptation takes a different tack.
Don't Hit on a Dead Dude's Wife, No Matter What 'P.S. I Love You' Tells You
You Had Me At Hell No dissects the 2007 Hilary Swank rom-com that tries to convince us that a woman mourning her husband is fair game for dating.