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Is a Great Teen Movie. It’s Also a Satire About the White and Wealthy.
We go back to this movie over and over because it’s fun. But we don’t talk enough about how it cleverly critiques Cher’s obliviousness.
eat the rich
Why Emma Is Still Jane Austen’s Most Pleasurable Heroine
Go ahead. Judge the hell out of her. That’s the point.
Harold and Maude,
Beck, and 7 Other Things That Influenced
Director Autumn De Wilde on the movies, music, and TV that inspired her own coming of age.
As told to
Johnny Flynn on Playing
’s Romantic Lead and His David Bowie Movie
Flynn is on the brink of a big Hollywood moment.
Not Quite Revisionist, Not Quite Faithful,
Is an Eventual Delight
This millennial-branded Jane Austen adaptation is a perplexing but satisfying take on a classic.
Star Josh O’Connor Suggested that ‘Inn-
-cence’ Line Reading
He also does
know what Prince Charles is thinking.
Teaser Reminds Us That Laughing at Rich People Is Fun
Who doesn’t love a good comeuppance?
Anya Taylor-Joy to Star in the Latest Adaptation of Jane Austen’s
Jane Austen is having a big day!
Robert De Niro Thinking About Doing Some Acting for a Change
Plus: A hip-hop ‘Emma’ is coming to the screen, Leslie Mann escapes the Apatow Comedy-Industrial Complex, and ‘Brigadoon’ is headed to Broadway.