Exotic backdrops and fine cuisine carry the emotional punch in “The Trip to Italy.”
“No Good Deed” ultimately can’t escape its clumsy narrative, despite decent lead performances.
Interpol’s latest offering sticks to the group’s known sound, but manages to stay fresh as well.
Lead vocalist Adam Levine fuels Maroon 5’s fifth studio release, “V.”
Despite some slugging plot moments, “Land Ho!” is a warm, enjoyable drama-comedy.
The New Pornographers pay homage to older eras of music, while still moving forward stylistically.
Industry veteran Pierce Brosnan can’t make up for this spy flick’s tiresome storyline.
Though it boasts some genuine scares, “As Above So Below” falls flat by the end.
Cymbals Eat Guitars show off their musical versatility in their newest release, “Lose.”
Musically pretentious and painfully repetitious, “Musik, Die Schwer zu Twerk” is a dull listening experience.
The Gaslight Anthem shows its sensitive side on the group’s newest release, “Get Hurt.”
With a enjoyable dreamy tone, Mick Jenkins’ “The Water[s]e is a rap triumph.