The Canadian outfit’s latest is ugly yet inspiring, a collision of opposing forces.
Matthew Vaughn’s spy sequel is too long, too self-aware, and way too messy.
The band have rarely sounded so experimental, unencumbered, and mid-tempo.
Danny McBride and Walton Goggins add to their standout turns as near-irredeemable men.
Or at least a festival for everyone else.
Jay Z, LL Cool J, Nas, and Gorillaz brought New York’s history to the present.
The documentary about The Tragically Hip and their final 2016 tour captures the power of their farewell.
Jawbreaker, New Order, Paramore, and M.I.A. keep Chicago riotous.
Never has the pilgrim and pop star sounded more in harmony.
Angelina Jolie’s reconstruction of the Khmer Rouge’s terrors yields her most effective work yet.
Spirituals that speak to the raw experiences of manhood and the promise of the divine.
The “secret film” by Louis C.K. aims for provocation, but only lands its punches sparingly.