G.I. Jane unexpectedly returned to the cultural zeitgeist earlier this year, but this article is not about that. Nick Nocera examines the film’s fading legacy 25 years after its release.
It’s that time of the year – when students have to re-learn to get up early and head for a day of education. So what better way to prep for the year ahead than digging into movies that celebrate that special carefree time in life? Katie Smith-Wong celebrates a number of cinematic gems.
The Russo Brothers return to the world of high-octane action with their adaptation of Mark Greaney’s eponymous novel. But does it pack a punch? Katie Smith-Wong finds out.
New York’s “Five Families” (Bonanno, Colombo, Gambino, Genovese, and Luchese) used Music, Movies, and Hoops to extend their reach globally and ensured The Mob was part of the culture long after the most infamous were locked up or left to swim with the fishes. This MMH three-part series explores just how much influence the mob has had on our culture.
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The Dark Knight Rises and Reign of Fire have a birthday this month. Newsies and Empire of the Sun have birthdays elsewhere in the year. We’re going to buy one cake for all of them.
There’s no place for me in Apollo 10 ½: A Space Age Childhood, and I’m totally okay with that.
Kelechi Ehenulo reviews Thor: Love and Thunder in her MMH debut. The fourth installment in the Norse God franchise is bursting with campy love but scarce on the Mjölnir-powered thrills.