How Angels in America put Roy Cohn into the definitive story of AIDS.
Complete with our patented Kean-u-meter™!
Now we can finally and officially put the entire series in its place.
Which represent realistic, serious campaigns, and which are windmill-tilting for a beloved star?
Fifty critics, 107 terrible movies!
The definitive survey of terribleness in film, with ballots and commentary from 50 of America’s most prominent critics.
“When they tried the costumes on, everything fit Jay perfectly because he’s this handsome boy. And Seth was very embarrassed.”
A kung fu saga, a New York throwback, a corpse-eating cop, and more.
Condo talked to us about Macbeth, ballerinas, and how he and West might have a few surprises up their sleeves.
Hermione’s Facebook page, Hagrid’s iPhone, and more!
Dan Kois and Lane Brown track the progress of Radcliffe’s performances, from ‘Sorcerer’s Stone’ through ‘Half-Blood Prince.’
The third in Vulture’s detailed comparisons of movie to overwritten, florid book.
The dysfunctional heart of the city has made itself known, and a couple of characters finally crack under the strain.
Let’s survey the damage.
Albert makes a stand in the projects, and the mystery of David is solved.
This week, Davis considers running for office (then reconsiders), and Toni comes closer to learning David’s whereabouts.
This episode, it’s the little things that really stick.
Everyone finds something to do, whether it’s road trips, heroin, or that nice lady around the corner.
The show starts to really gel, with cops, corpses, and the accursed National Guard.