The perceived superiority of one's race over other, despite all contrary scientific evidence and despite the fact that we all belong to a single race, has caused a lot of bloodshed and suffering over the centuries. Here are five movies on racism that everybody should watch.
In the HBO series Lovecraft Country, Jonathan Majors' Atticus Freeman joins forces with Jurnee Smollett-Bell's Letitia and his uncle (Courtney B Vance) for a cross-country trip to find his missing father (Michael Kenneth Williams).
The Lord of the Rings reunion on Josh Gad's YouTube show included included Peter Jackson, Sean Austin, Elijah Wood, Orlando Bloom, Dominic Monaghan, Andy Serkis, John Rhys-Davies, Sean Bean, Viggo Mortensen, Billy Boyd, Karl Urban, Miranda Otto and Sir Ian McKellen.
The Vast of Night, an indie sci-fi thriller distributed by Amazon, harks back to classic stories and accounts of UFOs and alleged alien sightings, and the steady diet of shows and movies made on them which many of us grew up on.
Christopher Nolan's Tenet is still scheduled to be released on July 17, 2020. But few believe the film will see the light of day on that date since the coronavirus pandemic is showing no sign of going away anytime soon.
Starring The Americans' Matthew Rhys in the titular role, HBO's Perry Mason is based on short stories and novels written by Erle Stanley Gardner. The series traces the origins of the iconic fictional criminal defense lawyer (Mason).
The thriller is a genre where stories involve the worst of humankind: psychopaths, cannibals, serial killers and so on. In short, there's a lot of excitement and suspense to look forward to. Here are 10 great thriller movies to watch during lockdown.
The reports of Henry Cavill being in talks to reprise Superman come in the wake of WarnerMedia confirming the release of the Snyder Cut of Justice League -- the version that Zack Snyder had originally envisioned, but had to leave due to a family tragedy.
The moving Pixar short film, Out, explores the apprehensions of the LGBTQ community while coming out to their parents -- the paralysing fear of just telling their loved ones about their sexual orientation.