The series that turned binge-watching into the norm, “House of Cards” represents not only the pinnacle of web media content, but the shifting of consumption habits in the new media landscape.
Charlie Chaplin’s best movie defined comedy as we know it, and “City Lights” does it all without a single line of dialogue.
Ingenuity and chemistry catapulted “Broad City’s” quirky creators from web anonymity to the forefront of TV comedy. At least their characters are still hot messes.
1994’s “Pulp Fiction” is known for cementing director Quentin Tarantino’s place in cinematic history.
A technical masterpiece and one of the most groundbreaking action films of all time, one that inspired and influenced some of American cinemas greatest filmmakers.
Web series’ don’t have to be all cats and video games. “High Maintenance” tells sophisticated, realistic stories in fifteen minutes or less.
What’s wrong with America? David Simon’s street-level narrative of cops and drug dealers reveals the cracks in the country’s social fabric.
Sometimes you have to battle against all odds to say what you want to say.
Bada bing, bada boom. “The Sopranos” changed television as we know it. End of discussion.
François Truffaut’s classic embodies the bold experimentation that has defined the French New Wave, while also telling a very real and touching story about young love.