The Atlantic's film critic forecasts the winners who will walk the Dolby stage this Sunday, and tips his hat to the worthy candidates the Academy missed, but who shouldn't be forgotten.
Wes Anderson's Oscar-nominated film does something few art forms have managed: It offers a funny, but respectful, reflection on the horrors of the Holocaust.
Ratings are skyrocketing, but after seven episodes, it's time to take stock of the Empire landscape. Is this a complete canvas or just The Cookie Show?
The show, say what else you will about it, neatly captured a moment of cultural upheaval.
It's unlikely to ever happen, but an Academy Award for archival legwork could help solve the growing awards-season problem of tearing down films for supposed inaccuracies.
The group's new song, "I Can't Breathe," uses an individual tragedy and national movement for a far broader mission.
East Germany's Cold War-era practice of designing colorful, cutting-edge products wasn't so much at odds with its cooperative manifesto.
Beyoncé is figuring out how to be human and famous at the same time.
CBS's The Odd Couple sees the Friends alumnus still struggling to squeeze himself back into the formulaic sitcom structure. He deserves better.
Scenes from the lost territory of the past
It's getting difficult to untangle all the different layers of deception.
The impeccably tailored outfits in Kingsman are weaponized. They're also nostalgic.
The final season of the NBC comedy has underscored its optimistic and open-hearted ethos.
The director of the Oscar-nominated drama talks about its tribute to 60s Polish culture and the furor it generated over historical accuracy.
Tom McCarthy's dazzling, elusive new novel revolves around a corporate anthropologist trying to deliver a comprehensive report on mankind.
Alex Rodriguez penned a handwritten apology to baseball fans after a yearlong suspension. Most just want the Yankee to go away.
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When novelist Harriet Lane received a serious diagnosis, she started telling stories that let her meet anxiety on her own terms.
The rapper's trying very hard on If You're Reading This, It's Too Late, and that's a great thing.