2015 was the year of the western, and two incredibly different takes on the frontier are competing for your hard-earned money right now. So…which one is better?
2015 will be known as the year that westerns took on space operas again, and the year that audiences clamoring for more LGBT dramas want better LGBT dramas. It was the year that practical effects and 70mm film started popping up more in the conversation, dictating some of the biggest hits of
How does The Good Dinosaur fit into the Pixar Theory? Let’s take a look at Pixar’s most beautiful box office flop.
Back in May, I shared my top 10 movies of 2015 as of January through May. This included movies that came out over the winter and spring, including early summer hits like Avengers: Age of Ultron, Mad Max, and other well-liked films I’ve already highlighted. Well, we’re about 35 weeks into 2015, and
Welcome to my first-ever power rankings for a year in film! This list is essentially a snapshot of 2015’s entire year in film, ranked with letter grades. The first list below includes only the movies that I’ve personally viewed and graded. There’s a second list that combines my rankings with the
This week on the Now Conspiring podcast, I’m joined by Adonis Gonzalez, Kayla Savage, and Maria Garcia as we cover the best news and announcements coming out of this year’s Comic-Con in San Diego.
Unfortunately, we recorded the podcast just before the trailers for Batman v Superman, Deadpool, and Suicide Squad, so we don’t cover any of those big moments. Still, we cover a ton of relevant news for you guys to dig your teeth into. It’s basically like you’re really there. Or your ears, at least.
Summer is about to kickoff, so I thought it would be fun to look back on the best films of Winter and Spring 2015. There are a few films I haven’t seen this year (yet) that may sway this list, and I’ll list them at the bottom. I’ve made a