The Old Man and the Gun reviewed
The kind of old-fashioned humanism espoused by Harper Lee is being left behind and replaced with radical, uncompromising demands
Bohemian Rhapsody reviewed
The 91-year-old pop-cultural phenomenon is actually a major modernist composer hiding in plain sight
Oscar Wilde’s search for fame and himself
Bad Times at the El Royale reviewed
‘I think the common theme in everything that I’ve done, really, is: what makes people believe the extraordinary things they do believe?’
The Kinks’s meditation upon nostalgia, class and loss of Empire sounds like a prophecy of Brexit Britain
There is only one thing wrong with the 50th Anniversary edition of this wonderful album, and that is that it is all too prescient
Melissa Kite wishes the actor didn’t voice his Remainer views all the time – but he is fabulous opposite Keira Knightley in new film Colette
The Roseanne reboot flew in the ratings when it returned earlier this year. How will it fare without the titular star?
We’ve grown increasingly obsessed with dystopian narratives since 2016. But why do we look to Orwell’s vision when Huxley’s rings truer?
The phrase ‘get woke, go broke’ captures well why Doctor Who was losing fans – and I’m not sure the writing in the new series dispenses with this problem
More power and glory from the dead poet, singer, lover and humourist
America’s prom queen endorsed two Tennessee Democrats this weekend
Private Life reviewed
A Star is Born reviewed
Jan van Eyck at the Frick Collection
Gosnell: The Trial of America’s Biggest Serial Killer reviewed
Kanye West’s message could do for black America what Trump’s did for the people of Pennsylvania, Michigan and Wisconsin
His rant against Democrats was more fun and interesting than the celebrity-endorsed jokes against Kavanaugh that took up the rest of the show
‘Tell ‘em Lindsey sent you!’ he squeaked, offering himself up like a human sacrifice on the altar of entertainment
What might an evening at the flicks with the 45th President look like?