In all three films, capitalism, landowning and homemaking are inexorably linked.
The Eighties Australian exploitation movie, Dead-End Drive-In, uses this trope to challenge viewers.
The story of a strange old man who wants to do nothing more than grow tomatoes in peace is just one in a long line of kids’ films with vegetarian messages at their centre
David Brent: Life on the Road is great in the details, but lacks the dramatic range required by cinema.
On the pop culture podcast this week: BBC Three’s Fleabag, Steven Spielberg’s adaptation of The BFG, and Channel 4 dating show Naked Attraction.
Delta Airlines removing all the kisses from Carol is just the latest example of the arbitrary censorship lesbians have always been subject to.
The director of Wiener-Dog is like Woody Allen's even-more-despairing kid brother – and I don't just mean in his looks.
On the pop culture podcast this week: Netflix's Stranger Things, Pixar's Finding Dory, and Fellini's masterpiece 8½.
Where DC heroes might be vulnerable to the likes of Kryptonite or the colour yellow, Marvel’s heroes struggle with alcoholism or debt.
Being a princess never looked so boring.
Kids can’t get enough of the stuff they love, and grown-ups can’t get enough of the things they loved as kids.
Across the political spectrum, the New Statesman introduces you to the personalities who shape our world. Where else would you find Jeremy Corbyn, Tony Blair and Theresa May in the same place?