Cary Joji Fukunaga has made a war film that compresses the growing-up process into a short, violent, mournful period.
"America's Next Top Model" may not have created superstars, but it provided powerful images of women encountering worlds they never thought they'd reach.
Maybe Jennifer Lawrence should have asked for more money. But the real scandal is that her agents weren't asking for her.
Marlon James' novel captures the way politics infiltrate our tongues, our relationships and our struggles to find freedom.
Even before it announced that it was dropping nude pictures, Playboy had already started to give up what made it unique.
Starz's comedy about a basketball star's extended family is blunt and uproarious on race, class, and gender.
Yes, the idea of a dystopian Meg, Jo, Beth and Amy is irreverent. But every generation gets its own riff on Louisa May Alcott's classic story.
How editors coax out writers, and how personal essayists figure out what ought to stay private.
"Politically correct" language gets lambasted for its censoriousness. But these guides' biggest crime is promoting wordy language that's as imprecise as the words they want to replaces.
The streaming music revolution is the result of new technology and a moral collapse.