Reviews and think pieces on music, movies, art, and theater.
Killers illuminates an overlooked history, but ultimately, the film still sees a white director prioritizing the perspective of a white perpetrator.
Anatomy of a Fall starts like a murder mystery, but gradually it discloses the more intimate, painful details of a family.
POTUS: Or Behind Every Great Dumbass Are Seven Women Trying to Keep Him Alive perfectly balances colorful comedy and cultural critique.
Very few performers leave you with the impression that they belong on stage; but Del Water Gap is clearly an exception.
STGEO presents far more warmth than the cool blues of Sivan’s sullen suburbia, lingering more on the highs of new love.
Top-tier local comedy, supporting students, and giving to a good cause add up to an exciting opportunity for audience members and aspiring comedians alike.
I have been waiting for a proper Georgetown vs. George Washington (GW) showdown since my freshman year. The tension is impossible to ignore—whether bar-hopping in Foggy Bottom or shopping on... Read more
Fan or not, Saw X will make you absolutely squirm in your seats, especially if you can handle it in 4K.
Put simply, listening to Dogs feels like watching Drake go through a midlife crisis in real time.
Frankie and the Witch Fingers provided an unexpected genre blend, and the crowd was with it.
On Scarlet, an unapologetic Doja Cat showcases her vocal ability, lyricism, and sexuality with a brash confidence that oozes out of every track.
On The Rise and Fall of a Midwest Princess, Chappell Roan is liberated in every sense of the word: unapologetically queer, flirtatious, and joyful.
On Bewitched, Laufey invites you to float up into her fantasy world, reminding us of the transportive magic of jazz.
On Jaguar II, Monét demonstrates mastery over R&B, bending the genre to her will while tapping into other sounds to further mold the album’s tropical feel.
Bryan’s second official album is a triumph of authenticity and self-examination in a concise format.
The MLK Library’s exhibit weaves an intricate, illuminating tapestry of D.C.’s Black feminist history, and it leaves a profound impression.
If you mix up Jimmy Buffett and Warren Buffett, or if you’re simply in the mood for a good underdog story, Dumb Money will be right up your alley.
My Big Fat Greek Wedding 3 retains the charm and character of the first two films, while diving deeper into the darker themes of grief and belonging.