REVIEWS

Caroline Polachek raises hell at Shrine Auditorium with ‘The Spiraling Tour’

Sudan Archives, Charli XCX and Weyes Blood joined the singer at her April 29 show.

Review: A true coming-of-age film: ‘It’s Me, Margaret’

Abby Ryder Fortson and Rachel McAdams are exceptional in this remake of the 1970 Judy Blume novel.

Review: ‘Beau Is Afraid’: An absurd and frustrating spectacle

Ari Aster’s dark comedy starring Joaquin Phoenix follows its titular character down a paranoia-filled yellow brick road leading home to his mother.

‘Curse of the Sea Rats’ promises too much

Petoons Studio’s rat-themed metroidvania delivers on visuals and story, but lacks final polish.

Review: ‘NEVER ENOUGH’ is a strong comeback for Daniel Caesar

The Canadian singer releases his long awaited project after a four year wait.

REVIEW: On Melrose, a chef knows cauliflower inside and out

Crossroads chef Tal Ronnen seamlessly turns a couple of leaves into a culinary masterpiece.

REVIEW: Get charming ‘Prom Pact’ off the waitlist 

Tried-and-true formulas are (prom) king for a reason.

Review: ‘Daisy Jones & the Six’: An unregrettable watch

Riley Keough and Sam Claflin star in this entertaining rockumentary drama that charts the rise and fall of an iconic ‘70s band — and the madness behind the music.

Review: Louis Tomlinson’s ‘All Of Those Voices’ shares a heartfelt story of growth

“All Of Those Voices” documents the life and career of the former One Direction member.

‘The Last of Us’ is a triumph of triumphs

Beyond being a landmark moment for video game adaptations, it’s a landmark moment for storytelling and television at large.

Kali Uchis explores all types of love

Released on March 3, “Red Moon in Venus” is another hit from Kali Uchis.

Tacos Los Carnalillos draws crowds

South Central Los Angeles-based taco truck surpasses the competition by serving some of the best tacos in Los Angeles.