An eye opening and humane examination of the ways the modern global economy and shifting workplace attitudes have impacted the middle and lower classes, Julia Reichert and Steven Bognar’s documentary American Factory should be required viewing for anyone who ever questions why unions or labour movements are necessary and vital.
Happy August, and welcome to the end of summer vacation. Pull up a couch cushion and grab some popcorn to …
Get outside this summer and enjoy the sun and fresh air, but when you’re ready for a break on the couch, what movies are you going to stream? Check out my top suggestions for the best summer movies, from comedy, action, and drama, to science fiction and horror.
Point Blank is the kind of unabashed throwback action picture that will work best at the end of a long day with a six pack of beer and an extra large four-topping pizza in tow.
Take a break this month and watch our movie and television suggestions, with highlights of what you can stream on The Roku Channel, Netflix, Amazon Prime Video, and more.
Stranger Things 3 premieres on Netflix tonight at midnight, and while not much is known at this point, the latest season has promised major happenings in the town of Hawkins, Indiana.
Summer is nearly here, and if you’re looking for a few great streaming ideas to watch this month, The Roku Channel has a lot of movies, and they’re all free.
Although it gets off to a bit of a shaky start, the comedic thriller Murder Mystery manages to settle into an entertaining groove once the titular game is afoot.
A cheeky and sometimes deliberately obtuse reworking of documentary conventions from a master filmmaker, Rolling Thunder Revue: A Bob Dylan Story by Martin Scorsese offers a fitfully weird, but largely factual look back at one of the most divisive and unique tours in the history of rock and roll.
The post apocalyptic sci-fi thriller I Am Mother looks like a work of art, but boasts a story that feels pulled straight from the remainder bin.