Ridley Scott's 'All the Money in the World' and Steven Spielberg's 'The Post' Offer a Revealing Study in Directorial Contrasts
One picture was directly shaped in response to current events; the other was sideswiped by them.
Spielberg's inspired rabblerousing may be preaching to the choir, but it's a damn good sermon.
Dave Kehr is one of the best long-form essay writers people read for clear and sometimes brutally honest indictments of film.
Richard Matheson's work has so permeated modern pop culture that it can be hard to find works not at least partially indebted to an idea of his or, as is more often the case, someone influenced by him.