The poet and essayist Cathy Park Hong depicts the everyday effects of prejudice in a way readers can’t leave behind.
Sunday’s showing offered a blueprint for a potentially dynamic chapter in professional football.
Dee Rees’s new Netflix film tackles the Joan Didion novel The Last Thing He Wanted. It may have been a futile task.
Wendy, Benh Zeitlin’s visually stunning new film, attempts to reinvigorate an overused tale—and fails.
Harvey Weinstein was tried over the past two months. So were regressive ideas about what sexual violence really looks like.
The book from the former Uber engineer Susan Fowler is an intimate first-person account that doubles as a warning.
The singer’s new album, Miss Anthropocene, combines angsty music styles with a supposedly environmental purpose—but mostly to indulge the thrill of submission.
The studio’s latest film is a sweet, inventive, and original story of two brothers growing up in a fantasy universe that’s lost its edge.
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The Al Pacino–fronted series is a sweaty smorgasbord of cartoonish simplicity and wanton violence.
Netflix’s Next in Fashion demonstrates that niceness among contestants can be really fun to watch.
A grounded story about urban displacement zooms in on the lives of one fictional Los Angeles family and those in their orbit.
The singer’s first album in five years, Changes, and his YouTube documentary, Seasons, paint a picture of fragile recovery from the trauma of child stardom.
In “deathfic,” writers of fan fiction find unexpected comfort in killing off their favorite popular characters.
The director Autumn de Wilde’s precise aesthetic is an ideal match for the rigid social rules of Jane Austen’s classic novel.
Unlike other rom-com reboots that prioritize feel-good nostalgia, Hulu’s High Fidelity takes the time to examine the messiness of dating today.
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In Emily St. John Mandel’s disaster-steeped fiction, a derailed life can take multiple forms.
The new Netflix series attempts to contain the sprawling opioid epidemic within the conventions of true crime.
The fourth season of the HBO show questions its own charming vision of urban coincidence.
Before tales about Draco Malfoy and Harry Potter, people wrote bawdy or gross stories about Gulliver’s Travels.