Billy Eichner’s irreverently funny gay romantic comedy 'Bros' sneaks LGBTQ history lessons in between the bawdy sex scenes.
From Bowie to Babylon, Ryan Coogler to Steven Spielberg. New reveries and rich mysteries await in this trove of upcoming films.
Ana de Armas sulks and sizzles as Marilyn Monroe in 'Blonde,' a sultry, one-note fever dream of a fictionalized biopic.
A witty satire of corporate culture, Signature's "No Place to Go" proves a rich showcase of star Bobby Smith's impressive range.
Cirque du Soleil's "Kurios: Cabinet of Curiosities" serves up a high-flying, steampunk spectacle under the Big Top at Tysons II.
Signature’s stellar 'The Color Purple' wrings every triumph and tear out of Alice Walker’s beloved Black feminist saga.
Daringly different, but dramatically inert, George Miller’s 'Three Thousand Years of Longing' misfires shooting for the moon.
Sampson McCormick revels in his summer renaissance with two films and a standup run at D.C.'s The Comedy Loft.
Tense action, impressive effects, and plot holes you could drive a herd of elephants through add up to a dumb, diverting 'Beast.'
Pride Afrique connects LGBTQ Africans throughout the continent and the diaspora with its second annual virtual experience.
Light, bright, and led by a charming Tatiana Maslany, 'She-Hulk: Attorney at Law' expands the MCU one wacky case at a time.
Inspired by the movie, the Amazon series "A League of Their Own" reaches beyond baseball for a rich story of 1940s womanhood.
Fresh, tense, and funny, "Bodies, Bodies, Bodies" serves up sharp social satire via a twisted, bloody whodunnit.
A stirring biography embedded in a staid musical, Arena's "American Prophet" brings the fire of Frederick Douglass.
Demetre Daskalakis, the Deputy Coordinator of the White House monkeypox response, breaks down the CDC's strategy to control the outbreak.