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Climate change is a tough subject for any film, let alone a satire.
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Can the joyfully escapist Netflix show also argue for the importance of escapism?
The Book of Boba Fett turns one of the most mysterious characters in the galaxy into a classic savior figure, to watchable but uninspiring effect.
The Netflix show, now in its second season, is an argument for the joys of tackiness.
“There are moments that had me tearing up, and yet, I understand if people want to say this is the end of cinema.”
This year, a new wave of music argued that emo is less a genre than the sound of change, uncertainty, and desperate connection.
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The pop star’s new album, 30, is a work of dazzling ambition.
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The singer’s 10-minute performance of “All Too Well” was a dazzling reminder of how far she has come as an artist.
Concert catastrophes aren’t an inevitable side effect of mass gatherings, but the result of specific and often avoidable failures.
In her new album, big themes—trauma, gender, social collapse—are just details of her inner life.