In a mock recreation of the conditions in the air that pilot William “Whip” Whitaker, played by Denzel Washington in the film Flight (2012), faced,
Joseph Natoli discusses the incongruous presence of a black and white, silent film evoking Hollywood’s “golden age” in an era of hi-tech culture that has
Joseph Natoli digs into this genre-blending hybrid of a film, which inadvertently has much to say about America’s fading sense of history.
Joseph Natoli ponders what history and the past mean in the age of social networking.
On the surface, Anton Corbijn’s film is a pared down tale of a professional gunsmith-for-hire adrift in Europe, but in Joseph Natoli’s allegorical reading the
Joseph Natoli dissects Jason Reitman’s Up in the Air as an allegory of the post-9/11 world. An allegory fraught with all manner of contradictions and
Is Tarantino’s latest just another pastiche of postmodern cinéphilic references? Perhaps not. Joseph Natoli looks for the moral compass in the director’s blood soaked war