There was no shortage of films focused on the creative mind and the struggle of the artist this year. Zach Dennis takes a closer look at three completely different films that share this common thread.
Pop culture politics have tainted the simple act of getting excited for a movie. Christopher Nolan's new film Interstellar is the latest example of this phenomenon.
With 50 years between them, the gender politics of David Fincher's Gone Girl and Alfred Hitchcock's Marnie are eerily similar.