The cast members deftly incorporate audience suggestions and clearly have good chemistry.
"Macbeth in Stride" has successfully reimagined its iconic female lead — a figure long used to insult ambitious women — as an empowering character relatable to marginalized audiences.
"We Keep the Dead Close” is part true crime mystery, part memoir, and part academic history all wrapped into one expansive narrative that spans nearly 50 years.
“Godshot” is written with consistent and competent execution, but it doesn’t grab the reader’s attention.
There is not much uncharted ground to cover in the realm of high school coming of age stories, but the new Netflix original film “The Half of It” manages to subvert expectations at every turn.
Blast these songs as you stay inside to linger in your newfound loneliness or reflect back on the good old days, when the furthest distance you had to traverse to see your friends was from the River the Quad.
This notion is constantly repeated throughout the show — either make a permanent commitment or walk away completely.
Several DCOMs rose above the persistent mediocrity of made-for-TV movies to become true cultural landmarks of our generation.
While the film features several compelling performances and competent worldbuilding, it is burdened by its pacing and incomplete character arcs.
Effectively utilizing the DC backdrop, "Fellow Travelers" personifies the suspicion and mayhem of the McCarthy era through a compelling love story.
‘The White Man’s Guide to the White Male Writers of the Western Canon’ Seeks Chuckles From A Niche Audience
“The White Man’s Guide to the White Male Writers of the Western Canon” delivers just about exactly what one would expect.
It’s hard to pin down the best way to describe “White Snake”: a modern take on a Chinese legend or a Chinese “Frozen”?
On Oct. 7, Netflix released a trailer for “Queer Eye: We’re in Japan,” a special four-episode season based in Tokyo set to be released on Nov. 1.
“The Purists” is a gripping story of music, change, and human connection, steeped in hip hop culture with several impressive rap performances.
We’re Really Sorry About That Antisemitic Cartoon, Guys
Stop Apologizing for the Antisemitic Cartoon. It Isn’t Good Enough.
Harvard Business School Professor Sadun Resigns as Antisemitism Task Force Co-Chair
Harvard Plans $1.65 Billion Debt Financing Amid Donor Turmoil
Undergrad Sues Harvard IRC After Removal Over $170,000 ‘Financial Stress Test’