This tepid actioner suffers from a lack of focus and a lot of wheel-spinning propaganda.
Ethan Hawke and Rose Byrne are on separate bills in this subpar Nick Hornby adaptation.
A no-expense-spared adaptation of the hit novel that plays all the romantic comedy hits to solid effect.
DCFC’s weakest album of the decade and a sign of either creative transition or decline.
A challenging, compelling, and occasionally frustrating look at the boundaries of artistic creation.
A collection of 14 elegant, compact musical vignettes that explore the pain and folly and intoxication of building and losing connections.
Ethan Hawke directs this wrenching biopic about a once-forgotten country legend.
The show features an orchestral spin on Evanescence’s notable hits.
Like a Starbucks coffee, Minaj delivers a consistent product with a reliable buzz.
This feature-length take on the creepypasta character adds little to the Slenderman mythology.
If YG can keep dropping solid projects like this, the rest of us will stay streaming.
A sweet late summer soiree filled with a range of emotions.