Surviving revolution after revolution, the ballet company has long served as a mirror for Russia's obfuscating statecraft.
This indie drama about the life and death of newscaster Christine Chubbuck succeeds because of the answers it doesn’t provide.
In the latest gem from writer-director Kelly Reichardt, the characters are left wonderfully unknowable.
There might not be a better time to recognize the accomplishments of the master chronicler of American dread.
The Republican war on democracy just got more ingenious—and nastier.
Just ask Roman Polanski or Bill Cosby.
On television, marriage enters the twenty-first century.
This adaptation of the bestselling book is hazy in a way that’s more confusing than intriguing.
In hijacking the amphibian character, the alt-right is defiling a great tradition of racial commentary in cartoons.
But the show falls into the same ethical quandaries as 'Serial' and 'Making a Murderer.'
What do John Le Carré's classic espionage novels mean in the age of surveillance?
The Sundance sensation may not be great art, but its snarling urgency makes it a movie for our times.
Not Bob Dylan, that's for sure.
When the geek community is asked to empathize with characters who don’t look like them, the backlash can be severe.
This documentary about the Sandy Hook shooting is respectful toward the families, but fails to ask any hard-hitting questions.
Reports from the frontiers of sexual experimentation.