Pedro Almodóvar’s latest only occasionally captures the spry, comedic rhythms and impassioned intensity of his finest work.
Bruno Dumont seems perpetually aware of the trap of familiarity, which may be why he indulges in some of his most inscrutable filmmaking.
The album doubles down on the singer’s devotion to all things love and ‘80s pop-rock.
It’s hard not to be disappointed in how little use the Wasteland has for you when you're not dealing in lead.
It’s unfortunate that A Plague Tale’s story falls short of its technical accomplishments.
The game is clearly geared toward young players, so expect a lightweight experience.
The game is at its most entertaining and gleeful when it is, indeed, just Mortal Kombat.
The game meets the baseline level of quality we might expect from a big-budgeted joint, yet it remains a tiresome, empty experience.
The game takes delight in its over-the-top violence, cheesy monologues, and nonsensical plot.
Hulu’s adaptation of Joseph Heller’s novel invites our laughter, contemplation, and shock in equal measure.
The dramatist and his husband, producer Tom Kirdahy, discuss what makes Frankie and Johnny so enduring.