The beloved Netflix sitcom understood loss as an inevitability. But the show’s cancellation after three seasons is still difficult for many viewers to accept.
Bryce Harper’s and Manny Machado’s contracts are similarly lucrative, but they represent two different approaches to the same bet.
With her eccentric vocabulary and fashion sense, Moira Rose (played by Catherine O’Hara) deploys her words and her wardrobe as a kind of plumage.
Ramin Djawadi’s score helped make the show a hit—and brought unlikely fame to the composer.
At 50, the Oscar, Emmy, and Golden Globe winner is getting some of the most exciting roles of her career.
Watching a neurosurgeon at work is awe- and cringe-inducing.
Ellen DeGeneres, daytime superstar, is itching to try something new. But America needs the old Ellen more than ever before.
The latest film from the Chinese auteur Jia Zhangke is a decades-spanning tale of love and betrayal in a drastically changing country.
The New Zealand shooter quoted Dylan Thomas and Rudyard Kipling in his manifesto, hijacking the language of bravery in familiar ways.
A new book from Barry Lopez underscores how the genre has evolved as planetary conditions have worsened.
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Annapurna Pictures—the company behind If Beale Street Could Talk and Sorry to Bother You—is being scrutinized for the reported unprofitability of its films. But its quandary reflects broader problems in Hollywood.
Triple Frontier, by the gifted director J. C. Chandor, is a letdown compared with his prior work.
For Season 3 of the Netflix makeover show, Kansas City provides subjects in need of pep talks or paychecks—and often both.
The college-admissions scandal has illuminated the fact that the word’s original definition was satirical. But Americans, for the most part, have ignored that entirely.
The new Netflix documentary series revisits one of the biggest missing-child cases in history.
A long-overdue excavation of the book that Hitler called his “bible,” and the man who wrote it
James Kent’s period film centers on an affair between a British woman and a former Nazi sympathizer but fails to dig into the moral complexities of their relationship.
Beyond the eye-popping details, the fascination with the alleged actions of wealthy parents reflects how thoroughly the logic of cheating has come to define the present moment.
O’Rourke’s teasing approach to his potential presidential run makes uncomfortable assumptions about what political charisma looks like.
The Swedish singer’s Honey tour lets fans take on the big hits while she settles deep into the groove.