What makes Avatar so interesting is that when one looks beyond the science fiction story, one clearly sees the policies of our government serving the multi-national corporations.
Forty-four years ago, pop culture received an unexpected push leftward with "A Charlie Brown Christmas."
From troubled teens to murders in a maquiladora town, new films reflect the growing pressures of surviving in today's economic climate.
There is much to be told about the message of the holiday classic, "Wizard of Oz," beginning with its Oscar-winning lyricist Edgar Yipsel Harburg.
Moore is the closest thing we have to a contemporary Tom Paine.
Stunning, engrossing, loaded with political awareness, new films deal with compelling topics, from Daniel Ellsberg to Darwin, from Nanking to Haiti, from New York garment workers to the London subway bombings.
A Texas theologian challenges the idea that Jesus Christ's teachings must be contorted into support for big business and the "status quo."