Breaking up is hard to do for two married New Yorkers in Noah Baumbach's raw, real "Marriage Story"
"End of the Century" explores a world of what-ifs for two handsome strangers
Tegan and Sara offer a staged book reading that doubles as a live concert
The spare French drama "By the Grace of God" addresses the Catholic church sex abuse scandal with flat results
"What to Send Up" lays down a full-bodied theatrical experience aimed at uniting audiences in healing
Exploring a world of fantasy, and grief, in the heartfelt queer-themed dramedy "She Kills Monsters"
"Everybody" puts amusing, compelling thought at the mercy of randomized casting
With "Jojo Rabbit," Taika Waititi has created a satire for our times by visiting one of history's most harrowing moments
"Downton Abbey" is a comforting, if rushed, return to the beloved upstairs-downstairs drama
Not great, but never boring, Hustlers entertains with humor, heart, and a high-profile cast.
Two albums off a hiatus, Sleater-Kinney turns their sound upside-down with help from St. Vincent
Dropping the folk from folk-pop yields mixed results on the newest album from Of Monsters and Men
Thick with suspense, Jan Zabeil's thriller Three Peaks yields mostly frustration
Banks tries to find a more streaming-friendly sound, but suffers for it
Ed Sheeran curates a list of chart-toppers with his new E.P.