Jazz saxophonist capitalizes on his newfound fame to deliver something truly genius.
The fifth entry in the Jurassic Park series is a pure monster movie, alongside a mess of straw-grabbing nonsense.
A sweeping capstone to the superstars’ reconciliation saga that includes Lemonade and 4:44.
David and Nathan Zellner find a new frontier within the Western genre.
Dave 1 and P-Thugg deep-dive into the retro disco funk that made them (and Chic) famous.
Here’s proof that Yeezy can still shine through all the public outbursts and musical misfires.
John Travolta mugs his way through this distasteful, poorly assembled true-crime biopic.
The Harlem rapper’s latest is loud, frenetic, spastic, and about as vibrant as hip-hop gets.
A little inter-cast chemistry goes a long way in this lighthearted Netflix offering.
David Lowery’s observant direction is the highlight (so far) of CBS’ slow-burning period drama.
A high-concept comedy that excels thanks to its cast’s total commitment to the premise.
FX’s visually daring season ends on a note that’s both bitter and empty.