Monday, June 4 2012
A look at what the major networks will be debuting and some thoughts on what might stick around for a while.
Monday, October 17 2011
A rather moving pop record with guest turns from Benmont Tench and Andy Summers.
Thursday, August 25 2011
Oscar-nominated actress Vera Farmiga rips a page from the Ida Lupino playbook and directs herself to a funny, moving performance in one of the year's most surprising -- and unmissable -- debut features. Farmiga and co-star Dagmara Domincyzk talk with PopMatters about the experience...
Wednesday, January 27 2010
Poignant, and relevant, Amchitka reminds us of a romanticized era when idealism was still able to give way to revolution.
Sunday, November 29 2009
No, gays won’t have to march- there are plenty more ways for heroes to come out to battle. What if lynching had gone viral? Remember that Dr. King had no iPhone, hence the distance between Montgomery and Atlanta was enormous, but dwarfed by now the Internet (not to mention I-85).
Monday, June 8 2009
Revolution starts with an admirable idea, but unfortunately doesn’t live up to its promise.
Thursday, January 8 2009
Soderbergh's supersized retelling of the Che Guevara legend is an uncomfortable mix of war procedural and unabashed hero worship; ingenious but flawed.
Wednesday, June 4 2008
While sympathetic to the political agendas of the various leftist governments currently in power, Revolution! soberly dissects their many shortcomings, as well.
Monday, October 22 2007
As a guide to the war zone from the antimaterialist perspective, it's a valuable read.