Film critic Justin Chang hosts a virtual meetup discussing Spike Lee's"Do the Right Thing" on the Ultimate Summer Movie Showdown.
Andy Samberg and Cristin Milioti carry "Palm Springs," a sharp and entertaining rom-com riff on "Groundhog Day."
A popular L.A. dance series moves online. The Rodgers & Hammerstein musical "Carousel" streams for free. Plus 18 other concerts, plays and exhibitions.
"Regular Show" creator J.G. Quintel returns with a "Black Mirror"-meets-millennials comedy, "Close Enough," on HBO Max.
The Karen meme sends up a laughable, often feckless symbol of racism in America. But it's cold comfort against the violent truth of white nationalism.
"Cancel culture" has been with us since this country began — did anyone actually see "Hamilton"? So why is a group of esteemed writers wringing hands about the way a new generation uses it?
Drive-ins had no big-budget movies to show. Indie film distributors had no indoor theaters to screen in. How necessity, and a pandemic, brought them together.
"The Crown" will run for its originally planned six seasons, Netflix announced Thursday, reversing an earlier decision to cut it off at five.
St. Paul's boarding school covered up decades of abuse. Crawford discusses her memoir, "Notes on a Silencing," about her on-campus rape.
In "Utopia Avenue," the giant, brilliant multi-novel Mitchellverse alights in swinging-'60s London with a winking rock homage.