Posts Tagged ‘music’
There are few rock 'n' roll flameouts more fascinating than Oasis, but this superficial documentary is too much champagne, not enough supernova.
A splendid, generous look at the happy accidents, and intentional elation, that musicians and audiences alike have found in this fermata of fertile creativity.
A beautiful, heartfelt movie about finding redemption through simple acts of love.
The James Brown story does everything most other musician biopics do, but none of them does it better than "Get On Up."
Despite a slightly odd bit of casting, this ode to dysfunction, insecurity and endless politics among performers hits all the right notes.
One of my favorite shows on the air has another season full of joy toward the culture of New Orleans and impressive storytelling skills.
One part "Burlesque," two parts "Country Strong," this glittery train wreck has one watchable Part(on).
Austin brings in nine friends to each profile of the best episodes of the year. According to us, "Community" is a lot more popular than the ratings suggest.
Actress Molly Parker talks to the Yap about her new film "Trigger," learning to rock it out and say goodbye — in the same day — and the power of pink boots.
An interesting premise is ruined by stale filmmaking and underwritten characters.
David Simon's new show about post-Katrina New Orleans has a different spirit, but uses the best elements from "The Wire."
"The Lives of Others" as shot through the feel-good filter of "Mr. Holland's Opus," "The Concert" tells a tale rarely shown in film, let alone so exuberantly.