In the following video the myth behind female-centric classic sci-fi is exploded and their “feminism” is revealed to be of the straw variety.
Margaret Sixel's Oscar-winning editing in 'Fury Road' is best-summed up by the chaotic skirmish between Max and Furiosa when first the meet, a scene that takes just 151 second but contains 115 individual shots
In 'The Departed,' director Martin Scorsese uses an "X" in the frame to foreshadow the characters' fates.
A scene breakdown of the beating of Max Cady in 'Cape Fear.'
A look at the "Last Day as a Wise Guy" sequence from Martin Scorsese's Goodfellas.
"Sometimes when it all comes together ... you become the film you’re making." - Martin Scorsese in 1990, as told to T.J. English.
Neo-Realism, Postmoderism, and the alchemy of Martin Scorsese.
'The Room' by Tommy Wiseau is one of the best movie experiences you'll ever have. I'm nerding out on Wiseau's blocking, but there's so much more to his genius.
This video looks at how the structure of the Breaking Bad pilot sets up everything the audience needs to know about the series.
Denis Villeneuve’s 2013 film 'Prisoners,' written by Aaron Guzikowski, is a taut, labyrinthine thriller that doesn’t really resolve itself until the last 30 seconds.
Kristen Stewart has gone from much maligned in the mainstream to, arguably, the greatest actress of her generation. In this week's video essay, I dissect her style as an actress & why she has grown in much-deserved popularity.