The sequel to Tim Burton’s 2010 film is an airless, joyless exercise in whimsy.
The most effective diet pill of the twentieth century helped thousands of people lose weight—by boiling them from the inside.
'Apocalypse' is the year's best comic-book movie, and its action hinges on characters accepting who they are to defeat evil.
A review of Stanley Kubrick's "Full Metal Jacket"
AI will make our devices obsolete. What does that mean for human relationships to technology?
How a bookstore movement transformed the lives of a generation.
The new documentary shows how O.J. Simpson became whatever you wanted him to be—narcissist, athlete, hero, or murderer.
The tortured relationship at the heart of a new documentary is that of the former congressman and his loyal staffers.
A new history shows our dating habits have always been shaped by our work lives.
An excerpt from Svetlana Alexievich's book "Secondhand Time."
How do you distinguish between the man and his protagonist?
The progressive themes of 'Sorority Rising' can't save this uninspired sequel.
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The new HBO film examines Lyndon B. Johnson's presidency, and shows that history is our best guide to the present.
In Netflix's 'Lady Dynamite,' Bamford mines comedy from mental illness.
Ryan Gosling gives a great comedic performance in this throwback from the writer of 'Lethal Weapon.'