When it came to the silver screen, 2015 was a curious and contradictory year in many ways. It featured the success of both the legacy franchise and the original script, and it brought together both warrior babes and geriatric macho men.
On Monday's "Nightly Show," host Larry Wilmore took a gander at the latest and least-known GOP candidates in anticipation of Thursday's Republican debate.
Using terror to silence people is a method that gets results in Thailand. I have noticed that the medicine given in order to create fear is of different strengths depending on one’s social position.
A 22-year-old man with apparent social difficulties is suspected of killing six people and injuring seven late Friday near the University of California campus in Santa Barbara.
A new study demonstrates that women are featured less and hypersexualized more than men in film. So although Jennifer Lawrence may have captured everyone’s imagination playing heroine Katniss Everdeen in "The Hunger Games," that feat remains the exception rather than the rule. A new study demonstrates that women are featured less and hypersexualized more than men in film.
We have a new science fiction trilogy that’s perfect for our moment: Suzanne Collins' "The Hunger Games," a dystopian vision set in a North America ruled by decadent, luxurious oligarchs who sacrifice young people in an annual televised Roman-style blood contest.