Anyone trying to understand Trump’s America should watch the 1998 film about race relations and neo-Nazism.
The rapper has given a voice to the most deprived – and ignored – people in society.
The success of Dunkirk has led to more proclamations of director Christopher Nolan’s genius – yet his filmography is a peculiar mix of the inspired and the painfully dull.
With no long-term solution to the refugee crisis in sight, collective grassroots action is filling the void left by impotent governments.
Obamacare is proving so difficult to repeal due to Obama’s self-sacrifice in passing the law – and Trump’s transparent self-interest.
From political events to grassroots activism, media owners like Rupert Murdoch are under pressure from all directions.
Imitation has become an artform in itself, resulting in repetitive cinematic offerings.
The intergalactic space lord says more about the manic state of the national psyche than any politician ever could.
Heightened political divisions have led to dangerous thought policing on both the left and right.