Two Atlantic writers try to figure out just what kind of show Empire really is.
The winner for Best Picture would seem to have a leg up on the Oscar race, but recent history has shown that the Globes don't account for late-breaking buzz.
The second episode of the fifth season featured a secret rendezvous, a seductive art historian, and a 1920s book on birth control.
Three Atlantic staffers discuss "Iowa," the first episode of the HBO show's fourth season.
The new comedy series dodges bleakness thanks to its solid cast of affably flawed characters.
Two Atlantic staffers evaluate the promise and potential pitfalls telegraphed in the Fox musical drama's premiere.
Three Atlantic staffers discuss the premiere of the fifth season, which has the estate in status quo.
With the worlds of film and television dominated by franchises, it's getting harder to find satisfying, truly final conclusions to stories.
Some of this year's movie ads approached art themselves.
A taxonomy of long-shot awards contenders, including Scarlett Johansson and Ben Affleck
The civil-rights movement has been oversimplified by Hollywood for decades, says the director of Selma.
Momentum is gathering behind Boyhood, but no consensus has emerged on Best Actor and Actress.
Prediction: The Independent Spirit Award's nominations this year will look a lot like the Academy's.
The late director excelled when bringing books and plays to screen with humanity and strong performances.
A pop quiz on the diva's crucial place in film history, from Garland to Gugu
In a year without Pixar, the Disney hit just needs to knock down The Lego Movie to win Best Animated Feature.
Where does it place within the realm of space-travel films? Or Christopher Nolan films, for that matter?
A pop quiz.
The ABC show has finally gone from mediocre to sensational.
The first batch of reviews for Christopher Nolan's hotly anticipated fall blockbuster are here, and they say the film has Kubrick-level ambition—and needs to be seen in IMAX.