Midnight in Paris is nothing more than a dilettante's guide to the City of Lights.
Parks and Recreation's once-funny and subversive lead character turns into an anti-feminist cliché.
The Oscars recognize women in non-traditional roles, but leave actors of color behind.
Downton Abbey gives the network a bona fide guilty pleasure.
The GOP front-runner finally gets in some digs at Newt Gingrich.
Luck, HBO’s horse-racing series, is about the other American pastime: gaming the system.
Are we "born that way"? Do we choose to be gay? Who cares?
Mimicking a familiar format, Alan Lightman's Mr. g fails to create a unique world.
The special treatment Beyoncé received when she gave birth may have made the headlines, but real economic injustice gets noticed far less often.
A longtime movie critic's departure from the Village Voice signals a changing cultural tide.
In the beautiful A Separation, even the family is no refuge from society.
Good news: We'll soon see an increase in reported crime.
What cultural artifacts will come to embody the current presidential administration?
A new musical movement turns Mexican drug violence into catchy sing-alongs.
The Iron Lady, short on substance and long on sentimentality, is just the sort of film Margaret Thatcher would hate.