Lin-Manuel Miranda directs a heartfelt tribute to Jonathan Larson that’s almost too much.
Its greatest achievement is that it’s better than ‘Death Note.’
The Hong Kong film legend could be the first actor to crack the Oscar’s acting categories for Marvel; here’s why they should campaign for him.
Tessa Thompson and Ruth Negga are marvelous in this strikingly modern film about “passing” as white in the 1920s.
Despite her best efforts, Chloe Zhao’s grounded emotional storytelling is largely incompatible with the Marvel formula.
Pablo Larraín transforms a royal Christmas into a gilded torture cage that’s almost too much, if it weren’t for a luminous Kristen Stewart.
Jeymes Samuel’s directorial debut is a worthy addition to shamefully sparse film canon, with stylish direction and excellent performances.
Ed Sheeran leverages his transformed personal life to reinforce his position as one of the most powerful artists in pop music.
The People’s Princess is having a moment – TV series, documentaries, an Oscar-worthy biopic – but what does it mean?
The Apple TV+ series is wasting everyone’s time trying to be boilerplate prestige TV, when it really wants to be a high-camp soap.
Once deemed “too big to succeed,” Denis Villeneuve’s sci-fi epic is an overwhelming cinematic triumph.
The Roys and all of their rich people neuroses are back to wreak havoc on prestige TV.