“Around the dinner table, the conversation is lively…”
The Philadelphia rockers deliver on the promise of their early work on their full-length debut.
A short, sweet assemblage of star cameos and filthy jokes.
Damon Albarn’s band of misfits shine bright under a full moon.
A portrait of the modern media landscape of war, and Syrian citizen journalists protecting the truth.
The Scottish record producer finds comfort — and a new sound — in anonymity.
A comeback and call to action that urges listeners to stand up and fight the power.
Pushing 50, the world’s biggest rapper refuses to conceal feelings or shirk responsibilities.
A sophomore album that embraces the beautiful and painful architecture of the world.
David Lowery’s near-wordless feature is a beautiful meditation on grief, loss, and time.
Director Jon Watts takes the webslinger in an exciting and human direction.
John Singleton takes viewers back to simpler times just prior to the ’80s crack epidemic.