Articles by Lizzie Logan
Rearview Mirror: “Greenberg”
Noah Baumbach’s prickliest film turns ten.
Rearview Mirror: “The Color of Friendship”
Guess who’s coming to the foreign exchange program? A DCOM, 20 years later.
Rearview Mirror: “Phantom of the Opera”
Fifteen years later, “Phantom” joins the tradition of bad movies that feel good to hate.
Brittany Murphy Still Deserves Your Attention
On the tenth anniversary of the actress’ untimely death, her legacy lives on—though not as potently as it should.
Rearview Mirror: “The Talented Mr. Ripley”
Twenty years later, we reconsider the deceit, intrigue, and blame at the center of Anthony Minghella’s film.
10 DCOMs on Disney+ We Need to Talk About
These are the Disney Channel Original Movies that need to be seen to be believed.
Rearview Mirror: “Finding Neverland”
The romance-fantasy-biopic-drama about J.M. Barrie and the creation of Peter Pan turns fifteen.
Rearview Mirror: “Where the Wild Things Are”
Spike Jonze’s melancholy adaptation of Maurice Sendak children’s book turns ten.
Rearview Mirror: “American Beauty”
The downer fable about unhappy white people turns twenty.
Rearview Mirror: “Inglourious Basterds”
Quentin Tarantino’s Nazi-killing fantasy turns ten today.
Break Up with Your Girlfriend, It’s Spring
How to be a homewrecker in nine songs.
Investigating Jena Friedman’s Deadpan Brand of Feminist Humor
The comedian and “Soft Focus” creator talks sexual harassment in gaming, how to joke about topics like campus rape, and sitting down with John McAfee, who was surrounded by guns.
Vampire Weekend Is Obsessed with Referencing Columbia
When it comes to songwriters with Ivy school spirit, Ezra Koenig is in a league of his own.