Griffin Dunne’s ostensible comedy—starring Sandra Bullock and Nicole Kidman—mixed horror, empowerment, and romance in ways extremely unusual for the era.
The Red Sox’s ALDS victory completes the archrivals’ role reversal.
Uwe Johnson’s magnum opus Anniversaries, which catalogs the life of its protagonist for the span of a year, is a sharp exploration of the daily effort to preserve shared truths.
Social media is turning an art form into an industry.
Growing up, one writer saw the beloved character as a mascot for the Latin American immigrant experience. Sixty years after Paddington’s debut book was published, his story still feels relevant.
The show’s former head writer returned for an episode with some excellent sketches—but also a dire parody of Kanye West’s meeting with Donald Trump.
Now 76, with a new album, the pop legend continues to delight and comfort the world with his music.
The new HBO miniseries, based on a British comedy of the same name, makes you feel for its characters, and ruins the show in the process.
The Bay Area chef believes that great food can be both beautiful and accessible. Her new Netflix series, based on her celebrated cookbook Salt, Fat, Acid, Heat, might just help her deliver that message.
The first U.S. novel to treat the 2016 election at length aims for timeliness rather than genuine insight into a dramatic political moment.
Matthew Weiner’s new Amazon series is star-studded, ambitious, and frequently bizarre.
The film, which stars Steve Carell and Timothée Chalamet, adapts the memoirs of a father and son dealing with the ravages of crystal-meth abuse.
The hilarious, stranger-than-fiction story of a mother and son who emigrate to America and get more than they bargained for.
A year into an unprecedented outpouring of stories about harassment and assault, much of the entertainment industry still seems like business as usual.
The rebooted show’s #MeToo episode was careful and cartoonish in equal measure.
For nearly a century, Hollywood has both drawn from and driven real scientific advances.
For theatergoers, the all but obsolete musical overture is a bridge between real life and the world they’re about to enter.
During his lunchtime visit, the rapper zeroed in on a primary motivation for his long-running support of the president.
Eileen Fisher explains how her design philosophy promotes sustainability.
The new film from the director of The Cabin in the Woods boasts an impressive ensemble and is fascinating to watch, despite its many excesses.
In a music business once defined by stark genre separations, consumer culture is shifting the way songs are (or aren’t) categorized.
The pop star’s call for fans to “get out and vote” in the midterm elections has caused a stir—one that’s best understood as a set of responses to Swift herself.