The film is the most controversial of Aster’s work by far for good reason, however, it seems to fulfill exactly what he ultimately wanted — for audiences to walk out of the theater wanting to throw up, questioning everything they just saw and afraid to call their mother back.
On her ninth album, titled “Did you know that there’s a tunnel under Ocean Blvd,” Del Rey expands the dreamlike, liminal space that her music exists in, revealing lyrical ruminations that are consistently profound, occasionally disquieting and never dull.
Sticking too closely with its formula, there is nothing that differentiates “Quantumania” from the hodgepodge of other Marvel films, except that the faults are so glaringly obvious that audiences can’t help but leave with a twinge of disappointment.
At its best, “Empire of Light” is cinematic art deco that can be framed and placed on a wall to be appreciated — but for those who didn’t appreciate the art of filmmaking in the first place, the movie has little to offer.
The festival is celebrating its 35th anniversary.
Too much of “Blonde” is about men chewing Monroe up and spitting her back out — reducing her to a victim with daddy issues portrayed through a very male gaze that is at no point comfortable or justified.
Their fifth album sees the trio continue to redefine and experiment with their sound, filled with thrills that are electrifying but cheap and lackluster in anything that sticks
“The Umbrella Academy” has returned for a third season to further expand the unique and quirky space the show occupies in the superhero genre.
The Board of Visitors convened for a full board meeting held Friday afternoon to end the June session.