Disney’s “Zootopia” is a wonderful animated film for many reasons, but the way it tackles prejudice along with gender and race issues is truly admirable.
“Homeland,” “House of Cards,” and “The Americans” have found good company in a suspenseful Scandinavian series (and the feature film that helped inspire it).
“Loving Vincent” is billed as the first fully painted feature film in the world.
March 2016 marks 20 years since “Fargo,” a dark crime thriller from the Coen brothers, debuted. And two decades later, it is still teaching us some life lessons.