Abigail Nussbaum considers WandaVision at Asking The Wrong Questions with, “America’s Sweetheart: Thoughts on WandaVision.” Emily Van Der Werff shares her thoughts at Vox with, “WandaVision’s disappointing finale and the problem with demanding ‘justice’ in fiction.” And at the LA Times Review of Books, Aaron Bady ponders, “The […]
At Asking The Wrong Questions, Abigail Nussbaum writes about Aaron Sorkin, the “Oh Shenandoah” episode of Sorkin’s The Newsroom, The Newsroom writer Alena Smith and women speaking out about their experiences. “What we’re seeing here is Aaron Sorkin becoming an Aaron Sorkin character, making the same arguments as […]
Abigail Nussbaum considers Christopher Nolan’s Interstellar at Asking The Wrong Questions. “As much fun as it is to watch this sort of story–and the enjoyment is only increased by Interstellar‘s refreshing rejection of Hollywood’s standard save the cat story template, with multiple complications and decision points that give […]
Over at Asking the Wrong Questions, Abigail Nussbaum takes on the task of figuring out Stephenson’s Reamde.
In her series of essays looking over the entire run of Star Trek: The Next Generation, Abigail Nussbaum gets to a more pround change from the original Star Trek than tunic colors. By the second season, the Starfleet has decided to boldly stay within Federation borders. “[I]t’s clear […]
Abigail Nussbaum writes about how television has improved George R. R. Martin’s Game of Thrones. ” I can think of no response that more thoroughly encapsulates how much Game of Thrones improves on Martin’s novel–the same death that left me yawning on the page when I only suspected […]