The Divide Between American & European Views on Family Underlines All the Money in the World

An impressive feat in moviemaking alone for the quickness with which Ridley Scott was able to replace Kevin Spacey with Christopher Plummer (a much more appropriate choice anyway) in the role of J. Paul Getty, All the Money in the World bears with it an overt statement about American values. …

The MTV Movie Awards Continues to Reflect the American Filmgoer’s Stupidity

The MTV Movie Awards has never been something that “the industry” takes seriously. However, since its inception in 1992, it seems the executives at MTV have tried to blend elements of sophistication with giving the people what they want. This combination, of course, can never be successful. What makes the …