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"Clementine" squeezes scant suspense from its ostensibly juicy setup of two strangers at a lake house.
A Secret Love is in a league of its own documenting the history, love story, and struggles of two pioneering lesbians.
On her first album in four years, JoJo sounds relaxed, at ease with herself, and eager to share the feeling.
Dance Gavin Dance prove to be masters of controlled chaos on their new album "Afterburner"
Fiona Apple's surprise early release is raw, funny and unabashedly sharp
Released several months early, Laura Marling's latest release is her most intimate and powerful yet
The Strokes attempt to correct course after a rocky few years, but many songs overstay their welcome
Shamir metamorphosizes once again on an unannounced, yet perfectly timed new album
Freud might have had a field day analyzing "Butt Boy," but you can go read a book or rearrange your furniture.
Dua Lipa's sophomore album is colorful, joyful, and demanding to be danced to from beginning to end
Even in Sufjan Stevens' eclectic discography, "Aporia" truly stands out
How do you present Mozart's problematic, sexist Don Giovanni in the current #metoo climate?
Spend your gold on Simon Godwin’s extraordinary reboot of Timon of Athens, starring the phenomenal Kathryn Hunter.
Onward leaps through plot holes aplenty to land at its still-heartwarming conclusion
Sam Mendes' lean, suspenseful World War I drama "1917" pulsates with urgency and purpose