The conviction of the actor and comedian is a testament to the power of #MeToo.
Marvel’s latest—and largest—production is far from perfect, but it melds its many, many elements into an impressive mix of humor and sorrow.
The celebrity-media feedback loop? Or the rapper himself?
A spate of #MeToo comeback stories—including a rumor about a confessional TV show hosted by Charlie Rose—ask uncomfortable questions about who deserves redemption.
Sofia Coppola’s debut film, now released in a Criterion Collection edition, is a staggering portrayal of the mysteries of teenage angst.
Watching the Netflix documentary is a strange experience when you’re constantly waiting to see if a loved one will appear onscreen.
In entertainment, when does empathy become exploitation?
The novelist Mary Morris explains how the opening line of One Hundred Years of Solitude shaped her path as a writer.
Ahead of Avengers: Infinity War, the extended cinematic universe has been sweeping away its status quo—and questioning the very nature of superheroism.
When Kanye West and Shania Twain express admiration for the president’s communication style, they forget what’s at stake.
Pro football tends to prefer signal-callers who fit a certain mold. But a few draft prospects stand to push the league further outside its comfort zone.
Three Atlantic staffers discuss “Journey Into Night,” the Season 2 premiere.
The HBO show returns with multiple story threads to unravel and decipher.
Jazz violinist Regina Carter explains how the jury considered the first rap, and pop, album to win the prestigious honor.
On the show, men cry, embrace empathy, and are open of heart. Why one writer wishes he’d been able to watch it as a kid
The new Amy Schumer vehicle tries to be a feminist fable—and fails badly.
Maynard James Keenan’s second-most-influential band is back after 14 years to elegantly vent about iPhones and plastic surgery.
Lucrecia Martel’s first narrative film in nine years follows an 18th-century Spanish official in charge of a remote South American colony.
As the political soap nears its end, it’s worth recalling the hour that embodied both the show’s early promise and unfortunate excesses.
William Friedkin’s new documentary, The Devil and Father Amorth, sees the director film a real-life exorcism while considering the legacy of his horror classic.