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In tiny font, buried underneath this tower of titles, “six American names” is written. Just as usual, Jared Leto has made a choice that may confuse us.
Steven Spielberg's "The Post" is not just a suspenseful film featuring two Hollywood stars, but also a timely reflection on the critical importance of freedom of the press.
Young the Giant headlined a polished, well-done show at the Sprint Pavilion Tuesday night.
“Concrete and Gold” is another solid step for the Foo Fighters, continuing their track record of delivering chart-topping alternative rock albums since their formation over a decade ago.
The new release of “Sgt. Pepper’s” comes with a full tape of fresh stereo mixes of each song as well as a second disc of raw takes and recording-studio speeches.
“Seats at the Table” — a new documentary previewed at the Tom Tom Founders Festival that is set for official release in 2018 — chronicles the conversations between University students and inmates at a maximum security juvenile correctional center.
In “You’re Not As _____ As You Think,” Sorority Noise shines a light into self-despair, discussing topics too painful for many to talk about — let alone explore through a song.
As Mia in this year’s Oscar favorite “La La Land”, Stone showcased her diverse capabilities and should be the winner of the award.
Of all the Best Actress nominees, Portman had the most difficult task — recreating a woman that has become an American legend and household hero.