Legendary director Martin Scorsese brings masterful talent together to craft another monumental mob film.
Highlights from the 62nd Grammy annual awards' categories are here.
2019 horror film “Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark” tries to scare us and have fun, yet instead reminds of just how bad movies can be.
The James Mangold directed “Ford v Ferrari,” starring Matt Damon and Christian Bale, is a heartwarming and entertaining film that everyone will enjoy.
The exploration of the misrepresentation of sexuality and people with disabilities in the entertainment world — creating inclusivity and space for lived experiences.
While black-on-black outfits and minimal interaction with the audience are among the notable characteristics of Classic Albums Live performances, they are anything but dull.
Kanye West, with his ninth studio album, has turned to the church for a professional and personal tune-up. Jesus is King, however, contains only glimmers of his previous sense of innovation, audacity and refinement.
“The King” — directed and co-written by David Michôd — is a film with absolutely nothing going for it.
Over a decade since it last aired on Nickelodeon, “Avatar: The Last Airbender” is making a triumphant return.
Despite an ambitious attempt to explore the related topics of race, privilege and power, Onah fails miserably in “Luce” — a pretentious mess of a film that fails to captivate and strike a chord with the audience.
Music columnist Carl Zabat reviews the new album Fields by musician Dev Hynes, also known as Blood Orange.