If you want to spend time with family or be taken on a magic carpet ride into the show you know and love, give “Aladdin” a try.
This movie is more fun than the first Thor feature film and miles ahead of the disappointing “Thor the Dark World.”
This movie is a reminder of the importance of sisterhood, teamwork, and pure talent.
Amber Coffman’s ‘City of No Reply’ is one of the most solid albums released this year.
XXXTENTACION and Members Only have delivered the hypest album of the summer.
“Moonlight” is beautifully shot and has a relatable, remarkable storyline. I won’t give away too much, but as the film emerges in three parts Chiron becomes more aware of his sexuality and the obstacles it can create.
My expectations were not high going into “Moby Dick” at the Alliance. There was no way that a play could match the quality of Melville’s classic novel.
When Nat’s wife Cherry says, “They killing everybody, just because they’re black,” immediately, there was a gasp from the audience. What more is there to say?
If people can see others stories’ being told, they can start to understand them. Understanding leads to empathy and empathy leads to change.
On “Blond,” Frank Ocean wants to make us think rather than just wanting to listen and enjoy — and, honestly, he pulls it off.