Cinema’s relationship with technology is complicated. Though the high tech of the moment makes for a snazzy narrative (at least until the cell phones get dated)—it brings with it a healthy veneer of skepticism.
Jack Paglen’s script—about a dying Will, a ruthless band of anti-tech activists, and what happens when Will uploads and goes viral—benefits from an ethically-sloshy premise
A heartwarming Disney adventure about a single mother raising two kids, who has to work hard to keep them safe and fed while dodging domineering males and common criminals. The cast: grizzlies.
Avant-garde director Alejandro Jodorowsky unveiling his aborted 1970s adaptation of Frank Herbert’s novel makes for compelling twin stories.