Film

The kids of 'Mid90s'

Jonah Hill has his cast to thank for making his musings a reality.

M.I.A.

Like it or not, M.I.A has earned her place as one of the baddest girls in music and doesn’t care for anyone’s attempts to shut her down.

Sunny Suljic in 'Mid90s'

Hill brings awe-inspiring meticulousness to the world he depicts.

Sunny Suljic in 'Mid90s'

Hill does not want to merely drag listeners back to another decade in time.

'Indivisible'

Pure Flix drops the ball on what could have been an inspiring movie by continuing to misunderstand their core message, but before everything falls apart, “Indivisible” does show some promise.

Michaela Coel in 'Been So Long'

Though filled with well-defined and intriguing characters and a solid plot, Netflix’s latest musical romance forgets that audiences are watching through their laptop screens, not in the balcony seats of a live, Broadway production.

The great pumpkin is coming

“It’s the Great Pumpkin Charlie Brown” serves as a reminder of the wholesome Halloween fun that accompanies the holiday, whether or not you’re in the third grade or the 13th grade.

"Colette"

Knightley carries the weight of the film.

"Free Solo"

There’s something about a director who could have used slow motion in so many scenes, but chose not to. Jimmy Chin (“Meru”) is one of those directors, and his 2018 documentary “Free Solo” is his successful experiment in such measures of directorial restraint.

The young stars of 'The Hate U Give'

Though the film often struggles against the constraints of homage to its source text, the film still succeeds to make this eloquent political statement all its own.