They Blew It: Cultural Appropriation in “Sweet Sweetback” and “Easy Rider”

As the counter cultural movement of the nineteen sixties threatened to topple dominant institutions of power, art served to both encourage and reflect the greater scope of the conflict. While the struggle against the establishment turned out to be ultimately too broad for extensive change, the creative expressions from this period still stand out from... Continue Reading →


The Guy Who Came In From The Cold: Bridge of Spies Review

Like Lincoln before it, Bridge of Spies holds America’s feet to the fire, testing our ideals and ethics in conflicts that would be most quickly resolved with their abandonment.

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