Bob Dylan’s Nobel Lecture Says the Unsayable—Spencer Kornhaber unpacks the musician’s powerful speech about great literature and the art of songwriting.
Your 2017 Summer Movie Preview—David Sims looks ahead to the most anticipated superhero films, indie hits, and auteur capers coming to screens over the next three months.
The Disappointments of My Cousin Rachel—Christopher Orr bemoans the staid new film, which falls flat despite a lovely performance by Rachel Weisz.
It Comes at Night Is a Post-Apocalyptic Tale of the Unknown—David Sims reviews Trey Edward Shults’s new film, which follows a family trying to survive in a world ravaged by a mysterious disease.
A Sunny, Funny View of Old Age—Sophie Gilbert watches a new HBO documentary centering around acclaimed nonagenarians.
The Mummy Is a Monstrous Flop—David Sims decries the unnecessary new franchise reboot starring Tom Cruise.
Why Wonder Woman Worked for DC—David Sims analyzes the success of the new movie.
The Fitful Evolution of Wonder Woman’s Look—Diana Martinez explains how the superhero’s appearance has been shaped from the start by American culture’s ever-changing ideas of female independence and beauty.