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Panda Bear offers a proverbial yet remarkably resonant and dense album full of covertly personal 60s-esque material
The much-heralded TV on the Radio sound like they’re finally comfortable in their own skin. But that’s not necessarily a good thing.
Throughout, Callahan swings elegantly from soft and gorgeous to black and grinding. He's a tough man to pin down.
Escaping an abomination with a fine thread of pop happy hooks
Darlington may have tailored the album from existing sonic cloth, but at least this time the seams are a little more skillfully sewn.
Gorillaz' latest is a low-key set made on an iPad on tour. It has a few great flashes
Like that elderly woman behind the counter in a small town, the Feelies changed by not changing at all.
Even when things get a little janky, the set’s forward momentum is easy to get caught up in.
An arch and entertaining transposition of queercore's snotty sexual politics onto a surprisingly sturdy amalgam of doo-wop
What could have been will haunt Russell Brand as Arthur will likely receive some of the worst reviews of any film released this year.
The makers of Scream 4 revisit old haunts where, it turns out, the technology is newfangled but Ghostface is long in the tooth.
A decent, affectionate, fitfully funny take on the fantasy genre, but this could have been so much more.
No doubt the film's noble intentions appealed to the academy voters, but this seems to me the weakest of this year's five nominees.
ARTHUR without Dudley Moore is like a Reese's Peanut Butter Cup without the Chocolate.
This is another well-meaning movie that uses Third World atrocity to make life seem nicer everywhere else
The album doesn’t have that ‘grab-hold-and-don’t-let-go’ emotional pull that would elevate it beyond sounding nice
little more light and shade wouldn't go amiss, yet even his dark side is eminently loveable.
Shows how TV on the Radio's transmissions can be just as effective and affecting when delivered free of static and noise.
So lonesome he could die, forever and ever, amen
Soul Surfer is tense but McNamara fails to capture the drama around the pivotal shark stack.
David Gordon Green’s medieval stoner comedy gives you a pleasant buzz.
A slow grower that contains some of his best work to date, track "The Age of Adz" is as good as if not better than anything on Illinoise.
The story is a bit meh but the acting is fantastic; I'm predicting the Moore Vs Bening media circus come oscar season.
Great acting, a little worthy but ultimately The Film Is All Right (boom boom)
Superior to the original, the sequel gives us more of the same, but ups the ante in terms of acting and suspense.
We appreciate the effort. At least some post-90s teen movies aren’t dozing off in class.
don't even think to make another movie, mr. stallone
A7X are always changing their style, though this album doesn't fit in anywhere
Scott makes me feel inadequate as a nerd.