The film’s structure works well with the plot, but the story fails to flow.
The convention was hosted and curated by producer Pharrell Williams and Japanese artist Takashi Murakami. Williams, a mogul in the music and streetwear industries, helped secure the diverse lineup of hip-hop performances and vendors for the occasion.
His groovy, electronic pop sound perfectly captured the relaxed mood created by sunlight reflecting off attendees’ content faces as they swayed to the music.
“Bohemian Rhapsody” is the story of Queen — but more importantly, the story of Mercury’s personal life and his struggles with relationships, sexuality and loneliness.
Despite the main act’s prowess, the two opening acts, Divinity Band and Shells, appeared disengaged with the audience.
Rock & Reilly’s, USC Village’s new gastropub, is a sight for sore wallets in the complex’s lineup of pricy dining options.
Netflix debuted the show’s first two episodes, “Affirmative Action” and “Saudi Arabia,” on Sunday and the remaining episodes will air in subsequent weeks.
Josh Groban, a Los Angeles native, entranced the audience with his impeccable vocals and took them through a journey of love and hope.
Based on the true story of Army Chaplain Darren Turner and his wife Heather Turner, “Indivisible” follows the Turners after Darren’s deployment to Iraq in 2007 and the fallout of his time abroad.
Florida rapper Denzel Curry delivered an aggressive and dynamic show at The Novo Friday night — his brand of cloud trap featured impeccable flows and clever lyricism.