The philosophy of economics doesn’t make for a good movie. It gets easier if you drop the philosophy and the economics.
In Putin’s Russia, discussion of sexual harassment and domestic violence are largely taboo.
Better directorial judgment and a larger budget would have made for a more compelling film.
My wife and I had some downtime in Portland, Maine, before I gave a talk there, so we dropped in to see “Dunkirk.”
The ultra-nationalist fantasy Wolf Warrior 2 is making crowds - and government officials - happy.
The Stanley McChrystal — and the war in Afghanistan — I knew is not at all like what you’ll see on Netflix.
Before I give cites to my comments, I thought I might give a vignette that I experienced in dealing with recollections made far after the fact.
Want a break from Love Actually? Try Six Degrees of Celebration.
In what promises to be a watershed moment for U.S.-Russia relations, the Kremlin just granted Steven Seagal Russian citizenship.
The Islamic State has taken its propaganda cues from modern dystopian fiction. It should have paid closer attention.