You’ll shed a tear or two—especially if you’re a parent—and they’ll be totally earned.
Jessica Ritchey is a writer based in the orbit between Washington D.C. and Baltimore. She credits a VHS copy of "Singin’ in the Rain" as her introduction to a love of movies. She
has written for several web outlets, and can be found watching foreign classics
in rapt silence at the AFI Silver or shouting things with the crowd at B-Fest
on Northwestern’s campus. She believes that high and low culture are illusory
barriers and that all art and storytelling is truly one big never-ending
conversation. She occasionally remembers she has a blog at Sugarbang.
How it's impossible to view The War Room in 2016 and not think of today's campaign and its ugly nature.
A tribute to the late Curtis Hanson.
A look back at how this summer's best offering, Netflix's "Stranger Things," makes the failure of this season's blockbusters even more difficult to ignore.
In light of this week's "Star Trek Beyond," our writer looks back at the last cinematic journey of the original crew.
Before this summer's "The BFG," Spielberg made another personal, enchanting and overlooked film: 1989's "Always."
An appreciation for Robert Zemeckis' 1992 dark comedy "Death Becomes Her," now available on Blu-ray from Shout! Factory.
An appreciation of Krzysztof Kieślowski’s “The Double Life of Veronique” on its 25th anniversary.
A piece on how Deadpool could bring back the R-rated blockbuster and when it really mattered.
Jessica Ritchey's poetic remembrance of the final months of her father's life, through the movies she saw.
The film that Fox packaged with "Star Wars" to get theaters to play a little space opera no one had heard of was "The Other Side of Midnight." Jessica Ritchey looks back at a surefire hit that became a trivia answer.