Reviews and think pieces on music, movies, art, and theater.
Argylle tries to blend too many tones, genres, and narrative elements at once, and fails to achieve any of them
With overwhelming charm and a bit of nervous energy, Briston Maroney had the crowd in the palm of his hand.
Collins and Means are proud of their work and hope it can inspire both more films about Native Americans and more projects that feature Native actors.
ORQUÍDEAS is an exercise in experimentation, allowing Uchis to flex her vocal and sonic dynamism; even so, she never loses sight of the divinely feminine quality that’s always defined her music.
The album’s SHEIN-esque veneer of substance frays on the barest inspection, revealing a teetering foundation of gimmicks and genre clichés.
Rich with existential themes, the movie’s fantastical visuals contrast its serious moral propositions.
This is no ordinary restaurant: it’s “The Lincoln Experience”—Lincoln Le’s (CAS ’24) pop-up restaurant that serves a five-course prix fixe menu of delicious East and Southeast Asian food.
Miyazaki's outdone himself one last time—The Boy and the Heron is a heart-wrenching, whimsical, and brilliant tale of grief and resilience.
The real villain of Durkin’s tale is not Fritz or the NWA, but what they symbolize: A hyper-masculine ideology that pushes boys and men to the brink, making perfect fodder for the American entertainment industry.
Runway ASIA celebrates the diverse styles of the Asian diaspora and raises $1000 for humanitarian relief in Gaza
Runway ASIA is a treasured space for Asian students at Georgetown to celebrate their cultural heritage while making a philanthropic impact.
The team's underdog status brings a sweetness to the film that is just enough to make you forget that you don’t know most of the rowers’ names.
Folger Theatre’s rendition of The Winter’s Tale is a beautiful blend of bone-chilling drama and sunny optimism
From the thoughtful mise-en-scène to the dynamic, earnest performances, there is an undeniable warmth radiating from this play’s center.
At Porchfest, mundane, everyday residences turned into places of spectacle, adding to the overall charm of the festival.
Higher is a solid album, consistent with Stapleton’s well-established reputation in the country music sphere.
Sofia Coppola's adaptation of Priscilla Presley's memoir exposes the glamorized lures of love and belonging that infiltrated her girlhood.
Saltburn is a stirring investigation of external beauty and the insidiousness that foments beneath it.
LoveLoud has hosted LGBTQ+ charity fundraiser festivals since 2017, but this year, they're taking the show on the road.
By making the entirety of Georgetown their stage, Ellington students invite all its residents to take part in their masterpiece.
Nomadic’s stripped-back production of Betrayal still managed to draw the audience into an intimate web of complicated relationships.
Killers illuminates an overlooked history, but ultimately, the film still sees a white director prioritizing the perspective of a white perpetrator.