A Wrinkle in Time attempts to explore the edges of a fantastical universe and the introspective self-confidence of a young girl at the same time, resulting in a muddled experience that doesn’t quite come together despite its heroic ambitions.
Rahel Tekeste, Lacy Wright, and Red Joseph discuss Black Panther, the record-breaking latest entry in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, with spoilers.
For a film stacked with talent both behind and in front of the camera, this Netflix original film has surprisingly few, if any, redeeming qualities.
It has come to *The Moviegoer*’s attention that two of our articles have been plagiarized in a similar article a website called *The Daily Art* by writer and founder, Zuzanna Stanska, and subsequently appeared as a featured article on *The A.V. Club*.
Though there is still a lot of research yet to be done, critics and experts agree that The Dark Knight franchise's greatest success can be found in Nolan's implementation of Batman's source material, specifically from the 1940s, into the cultural trends of the 21st century.
Having a very narrow understanding of the source material when revamping legendary superheroes can actually hinder the adaptability and attractiveness of the hero in the eyes of new audiences.
Don't call it a backlash.
I've compiled a list of the 10 MCU movies that actually matter.
Moviegoer writers Stephan Cho, Torinn Fennelly, and Makeda Barr-Brown discuss who should and will win at this year's Academy Awards.
These five animated films are worth watching despite not being nominated for the Best Animated Feature. They all either tell emotional and complex stories, push the boundaries of animation, or both, which is more than I can say for some of the actual nominees.