Luca Guadagnino has once again directed a treat of a film that finds beauty in unconventional places.
Timothée Chalamet is the latest “it” guy, an obsession that Hollywood has with making one person the beauty standard for the time.
“The French Dispatch” is a perfect example of the failures of modern art. It looks nice and has its own personality, but has next to no substance.
Sufjan Stevens’ instrumental album is anything like his usual genre of music — soft indie folk and baroque pop. But it’s not quite unexpected either.