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Critic's Notebook: Is the 2019 Coachella Lineup the Weakest of All Time?
It’s bad, fam.
Critic's Notebook: Barbra Streisand's 'Walls' Drags Trump — and Reminds the World of Her Artistic Powers
Streisand’s moody and effective new record takes pointed aim at the president, but its pleasures also stem from its lack of pretentiousness.
Critic’s Notebook: Eminem’s Surprise Album 'Kamikaze' Is an Epic Fail
The record is the work of an aging artist trying, and failing, to remain relevant by acting out.
Critic’s Notebook: Summer Indies Offer Fresh Takes on Female Coming of Age
'Eighth Grade' is stealing the spotlight, but a handful of even more bracing, lower-profile and female-directed films are liberating their protagonists from the usual teen-movie themes and tropes, including romance and victimhood.
Critic’s Notebook: Nicki Minaj’s ‘Queen’ Is a Joyless Mess
Aside from a few solid tracks, Minaj’s new album is sloppy and humorless — the work of someone trying to maintain her brand rather than exploring her talent.
Critic's Notebook: Why The Cranberries' "Dreams" Is One of the Greatest Songs of All Time
Though not as big a U.S. chart hit as its follow-up "Linger," the 1992 single has endured exceedingly well, and today stands as one of the group's best-remembered (and most frequently covered) hits.
Critic's Notebook: 'Candyman' Still a Superior Slasher Movie at 25
In the year of the Rodney King riots in L.A., director Bernard Rose used a horror film to explore America's fraught racial history.
Critic's Notebook: 'Glengarry Glen Ross' at 25
Put. That coffee. Down. On this day in 1992, the big-screen adaptation of David Mamet's Pulitzer Prize-winning play hit theaters.
Critic's Notebook: Revenge of the Broadcast Networks?
NBC and The CW — and others? — say they're thriving, not dying, having figured out how to monetize digital and other changes.
Critic's Notebook: Why Network Presidents, More Than Ever, Have the Worst Job in TV
Broadcast networks are arriving at TCA. Someone has to run them. Be happy it's not you.