CSI: Beltway. Doppelgängers. Zillow. The theories offered on behalf of the Supreme Court nominee have come to suggest a determined resistance to a changing world.
Despite a fantastic start to the season that suggested the historically disappointing New York team was on the upswing, it appears greatness is still out of reach.
In its fifth season, Netflix’s darkly comic animated series follows its protagonist on unexpected journeys to absolution after past misbehavior comes to light. This time, the women in his life have their say.
A reclusive painter reveals how his obsession with insects led to a unique artistic discovery.
Jacques Audiard’s adaptation of Patrick deWitt’s novel stars Joaquin Phoenix and John C. Reilly as a pair of hired guns growing sick of their work.
On her new album, Christine and the Queens makes the gender revolution hummable.
The performer did everything from cleaning pool locker rooms to children’s theater before landing major acting gigs.
The strike, like most #MeToo-era advocacy, reveals that those who’ve dealt with workplace misbehavior don’t desire vengeance so much as an acknowledgment of the harm that’s been wrought.
A haunting and deeply moving communion with the natural world.
Since coming forward with allegations against Brett Kavanaugh, the professor has faced doxxings and death threats. Now she’s also been given a misguided ultimatum to testify.
The writer and director Dan Fogelman (This Is Us) has crafted a film with an all-star cast—Oscar Isaac, Olivia Wilde, Antonio Banderas—but an absolutely miserable script.
An alleged witness to the rape attempt the Supreme Court nominee stands accused of has opined about rowdy-young-male behavior for years.
Disparaging comments. Demeaning jokes. As the mogul reportedly considers a 2020 presidential run, it remains an open question whether his long-alleged history of undermining women will affect his chances.
The gorgeous and poignant new drama from Facebook Watch stars Elizabeth Olsen as a young woman whose husband has died.
Michael Moore’s new film takes aim at President Trump and establishment Democrats alike, but it only succeeds when the director turns the camera on his hometown.
Maya Rudolph and Fred Armisen play a couple pondering their relationship in the tragicomic Amazon series.
In simply joking and pontificating about an absent diversity, the awards show missed yet another opportunity to begin reflecting.
The debut from the Ghanaian British author Michael Donkor explores the life of a domestic worker in London, while rejecting the common impulse to focus on more aspirational immigrant stories.
A very short book excerpt
The pre-show before the 2018 Emmy Awards seemed to be confused about its own point.
The director of a famously chaotic Oscars injected some surprise into an otherwise dull awards show.