The new FX drama about the kidnapping of John Paul Getty III lacks emotional punch.
The original sitcom reveled in complexity. In the premiere of its highly anticipated reboot, though, it has simplified politics down to easy partisanship.
Wes Anderson’s second foray into stop-motion animation is a fable at once light and dark.
The college-sports body must decide whether to double down on its amateurism rules—or to use an ongoing FBI probe as a chance to soften its stance on players making money.
Can TV comedies about murder move beyond the punchline?
This sequel to Guillermo del Toro’s sci-fi action film has little to recommend it past a charming John Boyega performance.
Shot entirely on an iPhone, the film sees a woman, played by Claire Foy, committed to a mental hospital against her will.
The author Tayari Jones explains what Toni Morrison’s Song of Solomon taught her about the centrality of male protagonists in stories that explore female suffering.
While aging rock stars attack the standard corporate villains, Donald Glover’s FX show sketches an ecosystem of exploitation.
For years, the restaurateur played a jerk with a heart of gold. Now, he’s the latest celebrity chef to be accused of sexual harassment.
Why the gay coming-of-age film, along with a low-budget Christian drama, were among the top movies this weekend
A new HBO documentary, directed by the playwright’s daughter Rebecca, is an intimate look at a ferocious talent.
Characters who are attracted to both men and women are rare enough in pop culture. But DC’s Legends of Tomorrow has done something unique with John Constantine.
The Wrinkle in Time filmmaker will direct an ambitious comic-book movie—a decision that signals a big shift for the DC Extended Universe.
A new six-part Netflix documentary is a stunning dive into a utopian religious community in Oregon that descended into darkness.
The new film from Veep creator Armando Iannucci turns one of the darkest moments of the 20th century into timely black comedy.
“There’s something therapeutic in looking at the apocalypse and laughing,” Colin Meloy says of the band’s I’ll Be Your Girl.
Lara Croft returns to the big screen, this time played by Oscar-winner Alicia Vikander, in a competent but uninspired update.
The second season of the Netflix superhero drama finds texture in three major characters.
Frances McDormand’s Oscar speech encouraging diverse hiring in the film industry has sparked a mini-trend.