The third installment of 1990s cinema takes us to a convenience store in New Jersey, an apocalyptic desert in Australia, and the mean streets of L.A.
The second part of our 25-film journey through the 1990s involves technology, random violence, and a heartbreaking depiction of the Holocaust.
Join me on a journey to define 1990s cinema by looking at 25 films representative of its style.
Here's a run-down on what I think represents my best work of 2018: blog articles, classes, podcasts and videos. Best wishes in 2019!
One of the strangest-ever Bond films has a complicated history, and the background of the time in which it was made is fascinating.
Where did the style of the new cinema of this decade start? I look for its roots in an eclectic round-up of quirky and groundbreaking films.
The one Bond film starring George Lazenby was made in the midst of a societal crisis, and an existential problem for the producers of the series.
The second installment of my analysis of "Brave New World" of 2010s cinema involves examples spanning the globe from the U.S., England, Ireland and Russia.
Movies have been changing dramatically in this decade, the 2010s. What makes them different, and how do we define the new cinema?
By 1967, the producers of the Bond series were trying everything they could think of to keep the movies fresh. Was the cultural moment of the '60s finally playing out?