The 2D animated movie musical Netflix original contains new talent and catchy tunes that attempt to distract from the fact that it’s like every other animated movie musical in existence (and not the “good” ones).
Marvel’s newest television show is a poor attempt at fan service and a subpar reintroduction to two beloved avengers.
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Bassett’s self-titled debut EP has been in the works for two years. (Photo courtesy of Warner Records.)
The film’s all-consuming anger at the patriarchy is rightful, but stifles the actual narrative.
The show bites off more than it can chew, creating a messy storyline and unnecessary subplots.
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Eilish shows off her simple life as a teenage pop icon.
Emerald Fennell displays a masterclass in writing, directing and storytelling.
“Nomadland” wanders, but finds its own definition of home.
K-pop star Chung Ha provides listeners with a Latin-inspired debut album that has a banger for just about everyone.
A deeper look into the modern surveillance state, including the manufacturing and development of cameras.