Christopher Nolan’s latest release offers a dramatic and tense look at the life of J. Robert Oppenheimer, exploring the politics of McCarthy-era America along the way.
It is now 50 years since the release of The Godfather. The film remains a masterpiece, but the third installment of Coppola’s trilogy reveals the suffocating effect of profit on cinema.
Whatever you think of its full-frontal style, “Don’t Look Up” is a product of our time. An existential threat is coming our way, and capitalism can’t cope.
The film Judas and the Black Messiah, dramatizes the attempt of the FBI to destroy the Black Panther Party and one of its greatest leaders, Fred Hampton.
“Santiago Rising,” a documentary by Nick MacWilliam, is a powerful portrayal of the insurrectionary uprising that shocked Chile at the end of 2019.
Bong Joon-Ho’s Oscar-winning movie “Parasite” depicts the brutality of life under capitalism, showing how poverty forces people to struggle against one another to get by.
The new Joker film reimagines the classic villain as the victim of a system that abandons the mentally ill and leaves people to languish in a manufactured poverty.
A recent Netflix show, produced by Russian state television, is a scandalous misrepresentation of Trotsky’s life and the October Revolution.
In the second part of his reply to the White House’s slanders against socialism, Alan Woods addresses the reality of life for American workers under capitalism.
Communist director and rapper Boots Riley promotes socialist revolution with his new movie “Sorry To Bother You.”
Marvel’s latest blockbuster demonstrates how the growing concentration of intellectual property in fewer hands is affecting art and entertainment.
Armed with a Marxist understanding of society and a knowledge of the enormous potential for a better world, Marxists see capitalism for what it was—a horror.