How James Joyce Shaped Brazil’s New Breakout Film, Araby

Affonso Uchoa's and João Dumans's new film "Araby," shows that the worker's plight crosses time and space from 20th-century Ireland to present-day Brazil.

Not Getting Away With It

Kelly Candaele, himself an identical twin, on the documentary "Three Identical Strangers."

The Rock on Top: From King Kong to Dwayne Johnson’s Skyscraper

Alix Beeston discusses Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson's acting career and the symbology of his body and public persona.

Hereditary and Horror Movie Mothers You Can’t Run Home To

Amanda Feinman reviews Ari Astor's new horror film "Hereditary," pointing out its nuanced take on motherhood not normally seen in the horror genre.

What Killmonger Can Teach America About Heroism

Eden Robins on Erik Killmonger, American villainy, and family separation.

Eat The Shorts: A Billions FanFic Review of The China Hustle

Matt Seybold discusses Jed Rothstein's documentary "The China Hustle."

Burning: an Acclaimed Korean Auteur’s Explosive, Haruki Murakami-Adapting Indictment of Inequality

Colin Marshall on "Burning," Lee Chang-dong's latest film based on a Haruki Murakami short story.