REVIEWS

SDA’s ‘Much Ado’ gives audiences much to see

Students graced the stage with laughter, mischief and life in Shakespeare’s comedy classic.

‘Madame Web’ fails as a superhero film

Sony’s latest production fails to meet expectations and is painfully devoid of any substance.

P1Harmony’s new album is ‘Killin’ It’

K-pop band P1Harmony released its first full-length album with a smashing music video.

‘Percy Jackson’ makes splashes, not waves

The Disney+ series, produced by Rick Riordan, waters down the source material’s original pacing, action, and dialogue to fans’ dismay.

‘Saviors’ is Green Day’s newest nostalgic, machine-made mess

The band’s latest album is set to bolster their return to fame, but their time has passed.

‘Chérubin’: a night of laughter, love and arias

USC Opera opens its end-of-season show on a high note.

‘Saltburn’ is a twisted exploration of wealth, desire

Emerald Fennell, writer-director of “Promising Young Woman,” is back with a gutsy black comedy full of stellar cinematography and stand-out performances from Jacob Elordi and Barry Keoghan.

‘Loki’ comes mischievously close to greatness

The second season of Marvel’s series disappoints and delights in equal measure.

‘Priscilla’ reconstructs Elvis Presley history

The cinematic film captivates audiences with a new take on the Elvis family.

‘Pippin’ brings forth magic, mayhem

The cast and crew of the School of Dramatic Arts’ newest production enchants the audience at their opening performance.

‘All That Consumes Us’ spooks this season

The thrilling book is an irresistible page turner.

‘Killers of the Flower Moon’ is a harrowing look into America’s past

Martin Scorsese explores Oklahoma’s Osage Nation amid the “Reign of Terror.”