For his latest performance, an Oscar is insufficient. Murray must be crowned king of earth.
Film & TV
A new analysis suggests the key moment was artificially prolonged.
A Hollywood scion puts class and race On the Rocks — and it’s a cloying cocktail.
Comedy make fun usually mean “punching up” but punching down more fun when you’re Borat-ing.
The latest film is a decent distraction but nothing more.
Joyous as it is, American Utopia would have been just about perfect if David Byrne had avoided the earnest political pleas.
As a visionary, he rivets. As a sloganeer, beset with TDS, he alienates and disappoints.
Remember live performance? The story of the making of The Mikado illuminates the magic of theater in the delightful Topsy-Turvy.
Zippy, smart, fun . . . but smarmy, cutesy and fake. Aaron Sorkin’s The Trial of the Chicago 7 makes the case for and against its creator.
Millennial art and politics distort a new Jack London adaptation.