The film exhibits a respect for the craft and an empathy for human tribulations that have historically been ignored.
‘Prey’ is the seventh edition of the Predator series and offers a new take on the iconic hunter and an amazing representation of Native Americans.
Hitchcock is no stranger to innuendo, as was common in that era, but there was something so sophisticated about his approach to ‘Rope’, and it starts in the first frame.
‘Don’t Make Me Go’ is what you would expect, Wally and her father, Max, clash tremendously and don’t understand each other. Although, it’s very heartwarming.
When most of us think about diversity in film, we usually think about three things: race, gender, and disabilities. However, there is a forgotten topic… age. These are 12 of the best films about growing old.
Hulu continues its Summer releases with The Princess. This film follows the princess (yes, she is unnamed) as she attempts to escape her tower, refusing to be wed to a cruel man vying for the throne. Action-packed and snarky, this is a decently fun film if you need a fighting fix.
We’re in the midst of July, the month in which Americans are supposed to be at their most patriotic! With barbecues, beach trips, and fireworks galore, this is the month where we celebrate our country. For Incluvie, that primarily means diving into the wonderful “melting pot” of the diversity of American film! In between celebrating and feasting, it’s important to remember the very basis this country is founded on: “liberty and justice for all.”
When you think of the horror genre, the LGBTQ+ community is probably one of the last things you think of. However, horror is much more queer-coded than you may think.
Movies also have the ability to make the audience think deeper about an issue that plagues society. “Blindspotting” does that without shying away from the intense reality of police brutality and racial discrimination.
Disney has a glaring and, up until recently, unaddressed issue that spans nearly its entire lifetime – an absence of diversity.