‘Like The Life of Pablo,’ Chance’s ‘Coloring Book’ is arguably an unorthodox “gospel album,” yet its message is accessible regardless of personal denomination.
The movie takes a slightly different spin on the first film’s fraternity moving next door, but it only shines when it gives its talented cast something different from the first film.
In the past few months, female-driven pop has been on a winning streak. While there were a few duds (like Meghan Trainor’s dull sophomore record Thank You), 2016 has been graced with the presence of several pop gems from female artists.
The not-so glamorous side of Hollywood has been explored before, but the surrealism Maria Bamford uses while relaying her own life in the entertainment industry in her new comedy “Lady Dynamite” is innovative.
From live action to staged dialogue, Chelsea remains shamelessly, unapologetically herself.
Contained within A Moon Shaped Pool is a kind of wisdom that can only be afforded to a band whose content and thoughts have garnered continued relevancy decades after their release.
The show manages to ground itself in comedy that never lacks a heartfelt warmth.
Perhaps the reason why kids have trouble believing there really are no monsters under their beds is that they can easily detect bullshit in the explanations we provide them.
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