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BY Frank Chapman | Chicago, IL | 1/15/15
This is the movie for the world to see because it gives to one an inside look into one of the most racist and oppressive societies known to humanity. But you can’t venture to look and not be moved in your heart and mind to detest the cruelties of racism and to love and be in solidarity with those who fight back.
BY Carlos Montes | Los Angeles, CA | 3/31/14
The movie Cesar Chavez by Mexican actor/producer Diego Luna again puts the public eye on the injustices and harsh working conditions of the mostly Mexicano farm workers in the U.S.
BY Dave Schneider | United States | 3/18/14
Last year, I might have thought of Stalingrad as an interesting history lesson. But when I sat down in the theater to watch the new Russian war epic last weekend, all I could think about was the crisis in Ukraine.
BY Dave Schneider | United States | 2/24/14
SPOILER ALERT: Light spoilers for House of Cards, Season 1 and 2. For all of the scandal and sensationalism, House of Cards makes one point incredibly clear: Working people have no voice in the United States government.
BY Dave Schneider | United States | 10/28/13
Odds are that Karl Marx would have enjoyed horror movies.
BY Dave Schneider | United States | 12/03/12
About 160 years ago, Karl Marx wrote that history repeats itself, “the first time as tragedy, the second time as farce.” And speaking to his statement in 2012, it’s hard to think of any modern example better than the remake of the 1984 film, Red Dawn.
BY Dave Schneider | United States | 11/14/12
It was 50 years ago that James Bond first appeared on the big screen. Since that time, the franchise has spawned 23 films full of fast cars, one-liners, rampant misogyny, memorable - and oftentimes racist portrayals of - villains, and imperialist politics.
BY Dave Schneider | United States | 7/22/12
Director Chris Nolan calls it a “revolutionary epic.” I’d call it a counter-revolutionary blockbuster.
BY Doug Michel | Chicago, IL | 10/12/09
Michael Moore has done it again, only this time he’s coming out strong against the most pervasive evil in the United States: capitalism.
BY Kati Ketz | United States | 1/16/08
The movie The Great Debaters is based on the true story of Melvin B. Tolson, a poet and professor from the 1930s.
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