"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.
The catfights look real but the tale is strictly recycled in Disney’s “live-action” remake of The Lion King.
With Madame X, the Queen of Pop delivers her most bizarre, challenging work yet
Michael Kahn's curtain call at The Shakespeare Theatre Company is the breathtaking, deeply satisfying "The Oresteia"
Pink plays to her strengths on "Hurts 2B Human," but ends up treading some all-too-familiar ground.
Maclean's debut album is a superb collection of sad, gay tunes done right
Tim Burton turns the familiar Disney fantasy into a moving family drama that's not as fun as it should be
Jordan Peele's Us may deliver the scares on a bloody platter, but it amounts to so much more than a simple horror film
Captain Marvel starts off unsteady, but finds its footing by the end and delivers spectacularly.