‘Smallfoot’ has storylines that will be appreciated by children and adults alike.
The music video for “Tranz” will likely shock most viewers because of its surreal, abstract feel.
Alabama-grown St. Paul and the Broken Bones infuses pop lyrics with soulful sound on its third album ‘Young Sick Camellia.’
‘Searching’ features exemplary acting, directing, and storytelling, and stands out as one of the best movies of the summer.
Comedian Bo Burnham’s directorial debut, ‘Eighth Grade,’ stars Elsie Fisher in the realistic, relatable, and simply sweet snapshot of a coming-of-age story in the last few weeks of one girl’s time in middle school.
‘Avengers: Infinity War’ excels through fan service, but the film doesn’t manage to escape the sense of overcrowding, disparate plot lines, and general fatigue.
University Chorale’s winter concert was a great addition to the group’s season and to director John Finney’s 25th year at Boston College.
Tyga’s new album, ‘Kyoto,’ showcases an extraordinary amount of variety and skill.
Franz Ferdinand’s recently released album ‘Always Ascending’ falls short of glitzy dance pop with slow tracks that drag rather than dazzle.
Netflix’s ‘Altered Carbon’ is another welcome addition to the sci-fi shows that line the halls of the streaming service.