Ray Bradbury knew how to use fantastic situations to tell us about ourselves in ways that we might not otherwise accept.
Among the buzziest films in 2016 were “Manchester by the Sea,” “The Birth of a Nation,” and “Norman Lear: Just Another Version of You.”
Tattoos and dancers seem at once counter-intuitive (“Swan Lake” and a tramp stamp? Quelle horreur!) and logical (Dancers turn their bodies into art, so…).