Our nation is (well, hopefully) under lockdown: America’s offices are closed as its workers struggle to work from home, schoolchildren are learning online, and your local bartender is mixing live on Instagram. We think the latter’s super cool, but long for the time when we … Continue reading Netflix and Chill: 30-Minute Comedies to Binge During the Pandemic
Screen Scholars has provided the weekend’s trailers, fairly regularly, every Friday since the blog’s inception. The feature was carried over from a startup job that brought the founding editors together, both as a team professionally but also as colleagues with similar, pop culture-based values.
Editor’s note: When we scheduled this post for publication, movies were delayed but theaters were still open. Theaters across the country are closed today, so many of these movies have not opened. Our Scholar has chosen to let March’s trailer roundups continue; we will evaluate … Continue reading Box Office Weekend: Friday, March 27th, 2020
Editor’s note: When we scheduled this post for publication, movies were delayed but theaters were still open. Theaters across the country are closed today, so many of these movies have not opened. Our Scholar has chosen to let March’s trailer roundups continue; we will evaluate … Continue reading Box Office Weekend: Friday, March 20th, 2020
The Hunt is likely this weekend’s big movie. (You should see Bacurau instead.) The dark comedy-horror was shelved last year but is back now (you read about that in NY Mag here…) but I think you should see the abortion drama Never Rarely Sometimes Always. … Continue reading Box Office Weekend Friday, March 13th, 2020
We have a ton of movies out today, so hold on to your butt, and see them all below the fold. (Bacurau, and not Ben Affleck’s come back drama, is the most exciting, by the way. It won the Jury Prize at Cannes last year. … Continue reading Box Office Weekend: March 6, 2020
Happy Leap Day Eve! You’ll find trailers for all that’s new at the box office and at home on streaming under the jump.
There’s another adaptation of Emma out today, but I’m strangely excited for it, even if we can all agree that Clueless is perfect in every way.
It’s Valentine’s Day, so there’s some oddly targeted films this weekend: Birds of Prey (And the Fantabulous Emancipation of One Harley Quinn) and the not-at-all-like-the-show Fantasy Island among them. Portrait of a Lady on Fire is getting a re-release though, and The Photograph (which is … Continue reading Box Office Weekend Friday, February 14th, 2020
We’re getting into beefier releases now that we’re headed out of awards season. I recommend Cane River if it’s playing in your region. For streaming, we have a sequel with To All the Boys: P.S. I Still Love You on Netflix.