A new Japanese animé film reminds me of the whole voucher-privatization debate for public schools: an identity crisis.
A very rare musical, for the high school stage, opens in Crystal Lake, IL, this weekend. Like the musical La La Land, it’s a must-see.
A movie about the role black women played in NASA’s rocket programs in the 60s brings home some important lessons for students everywhere.
The amount of gun violence in PG-13 movies has gone up over the last 30 years, compared to that in R-rated movies, which has remained relatively constant.
The nuances of the relationships in this high school coming of age movie take the genre to a new level: it’s sensitive, loving, and true.
The movie about a girl who rises to the top of the chess scene in Uganda and discovers the power of her mind is a rewarding thing to watch.
A group of teens produced a movie based on surveys of a major concern among their peers: anxiety and depression.
Fitting in the current presidential election cycle, a hilarious movie starring Meryl Streep is about an arts patron who couldn’t sing a note.
We review, with very low marks, the latest propaganda movie about Hillary Clinton, who is in line to become the 1st female president.
For a college athlete, there “ain’t no black or white; there’s only fast or slow.” Juxtapose Nazi Germany with black American, Jesse Owens, and a movie happens.