That the political class now finds itself relegated to accidental Alan Partridge territory along the with rest of the twits and twats that comprise English popular culture is meaningful, to say the least.
The show is called Crazy Ex-Girlfriend largely because it spends time dismantling the structure that finds it easier to write women off as "crazy" than to offer them help or understanding.
Emmy-winning Composer Mac Quayle is one of the best in the TV soundtrack business. His mastery of synthesized instrumentation is perfectly suited to Mr. Robot's theme.
In Jean Renoir's Le Crime de Monsieur Lange the beguiling depravity of the capitalist not only wreaks injustice upon us, it seduces us into complicity in that injustice.
X2: X-Men United has a much stronger plot than X-Men, a surprising amount of social consciousness, better action and visual effects, and it caps things off with a killer cliffhanger ending.
Craig Harline dramatizes the historical record, so we witness verified events as they occur. His style carries one into the considerable courtly power plays, keeping erudite ideas vivid.
Protomartyr's story of the USA is the "Paradise Papers" of a country that officially considers itself a developed nation but in fact is developing in the wrong direction -- and everyone knows it.
"I like the alchemy of the whole thing. You have nothing and you build something and keep working and it feels like yours."
"I had the opportunity to be on the sets of a lot of the greats in terms of directors," says Gerwig, "So I was able to steal from the best."
Don't we owe the people whose craft we criticize the courtesy of at least trying it out? How hard could making a movie really be?
"[Scratch is] like this jester and he's joking around and people discount him, almost like he's a clown but he's actually speaking these deep truths in jokes."
When an audience isn't fidgeting, says Jones, that's a sign that they've forgotten themselves and that's a good thing.