A decade ago, West Virginia foreshadowed the influence that money and politics have come to have on state judiciaries. Now it may warn of a worrying new trend.
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The Lost Daughter is the rare film about a struggling mother that doesn’t excuse—or judge—her choices.
Frasier is a time capsule of its era—and yet, has aged remarkably well.
Climate change is a tough subject for any film, let alone a satire.
Can the joyfully escapist Netflix show also argue for the importance of escapism?
“There are moments that had me tearing up, and yet, I understand if people want to say this is the end of cinema.”
Did the finale finally flip over the board?
Three critics try to decipher House of Gucci—its wild performances, its even wilder accents, and what it shows us about the state of movies.
“Mommy’s been having a lot of big feelings recently.”
Why is television using old settings to tell modern stories lately?
Does Spencer portray Princess Diana the person, or just the public image?
Almost 20 years ago, the modern horror classic offered an eerily prescient warning about viral media.
Luke Skywalker, Paul Atreides, and what the new Dune finally got right.
The boar is on the floor. The Greggs are in the Tomelettes. And Season 3 of Succession is finally here.
James Bond has been in theaters across six decades. But with No Time to Die ending Daniel Craig’s run, where will the franchise go next?
On the new Culture podcast The Review, our Atlantic staff writers break down the Emmy-winning soccer sitcom and its much-discussed second season.
The veteran congressional reporter shares his firsthand experience of the pro-Trump mob storming the Capitol.
The House majority whip from South Carolina gave President-elect Joe Biden the key endorsement of his candidacy. What does the civil-rights veteran want to see from his party—and the new president—in 2021?
What if Trump refuses to concede?
Once the GOP leader in the largest state in the country, California Assembly Member Chad Mayes left the party—and he has a warning for Republicans around the country.