Sofia Coppola finds something savage and splendid in her southern gothic drama.
A completed picture of the album that not only predicted the future, but learned to accept it.
A debut full-length that proves that the singer’s ballooning popularity is well deserved.
Michael Bay’s latest exercise in mega-budget excess proves that the series is running out of fuel.
Even the budding icon’s over-reaches and missteps come across as charming.
Kumail Nanjiani and Emily V. Gordon’s rom-com is an instant great in the genre.
Perfume Genius and Chance the Rapper highlight Justin Vernon’s third summer soiree.
Brian Knappenberger takes a long view of what the destruction of Gawker means for modern media.
You don’t want to “Sleep Walk” your way through this episode…
Less is more on the Wilco frontman’s sparse, acoustic debut.
The long-gestating Tupac biopic is a surface-level and sometimes ugly simplification of a complex life.
Ti Amo may lack hits, but the current incarnation might be the band’s best self.