Fuzz permeates, but refuses to dominate, and tracks like “Cut from the Vine” find more of the clean, singular guitar melodies that largely defined their previous releases.
The show stands in a category of its own among many reasons: a two-woman show with four characters, the experimental use of light, design, music and choreography and the modern themes of gender, sex and identity.
Not all films by a director — even some of the best directors — are good.
All it took was six seconds.
ABC has added yet another series to its roster of formulaic family sitcoms, but this one’s a little different.
A woman’s struggle to balance her career and family is well-trodden ground in narrative cinema, but “Mia Madre” goes beyond the surface.
Bridget retains just enough irreverence to make her and her group of rabble-rousing friends feel refreshing.
Season two of the show has provoked a muted response compared to the enthusiastic acclaim engendered by its first.
'The Divine Feminine' does just about everything to perpetuate Mac’s “I've Changed” narrative.
“Each piece is its own little world,” Adams said.