Red Hot Chili Peppers re-enter the music scene with a disappointing new album.
Despite a few minor plot-based inconsistencies, “The Lost City” delivers a fun and engaging film thanks to its stars.
On his latest LP, Denzel Curry delivers his most raw and down-to-earth music yet.
“Crash” proves to be an encyclopedia of pop, featuring a number of iconic artists.
With stellar performances and a riveting plotline, “The Batman” leaves viewers enthralled throughout the film’s entire length.
“Fresh” showcases the dating world for women being a place of danger and risk.
While “Uncharted” doesn’t fulfill the expectations of longtime fans, it’s a step in the right direction for video game films.
“Laurel Hell” acts as Mitski’s bittersweet farewell to the burden of her success.
“It’s Not So Bad” struggles to define Kyle’s style, resulting in an inconsistent and lackluster new record.
Jenna Ortega and Maddie Ziegler both give captivating performances which make up the most influential portions of the film.
In “on to better things,” Iann Dior opens up with personal lyrics on heartbreak, anxiety and intrusive thoughts.
While The Killers new album is perfectly politically-charged, there is too much context into the personal life of lead vocalist Brandon Flowers.