The huge success of Marriage Story brought me back into Baumbach’s catalogue, and I decided to see how each movie stacked up against the others.
Cloud Nothing entered the 2010s as one of the more unique and experimental indie rock bands. Are they as inventive ten years later?
Did the director of Zombieland strike gold twice?
The Black Eyed Peas come out of nowhere with their second release since 2010. How does this differ from their 2018 record, and how good is it?
New, London indie-rock group, Near Death Experience, release a summer single: “Conquer.”
This young, UK country star brings back some old influences with his new single, proving what’s been done hasn’t been finished.
The New York-based rock trio delve more into their electronic side on their newest single, “Call Me / Leave Me.”
The Strokes were once at the forefront of mainstream rock. Can they get their old mojo back, after a seven year break?
The actor, comedian, and musician Donald Glover (A.K.A. Childish Gambino) releases his first album in almost 4 years. Can it compete with his more well-known tracks, like “This is America”?
Did this star-studded cast carry the 2009 rom-com, or was it bogged down by too many tropes?
Nearing the 40% mark on Rotten Tomatoes, is the 2008 super hero film, Hancock. Was Will Smith’s performance good enough?
After years of blissful ignorance, I’ve come to know what most everyone knows; that Enema of the State is by far Blink’s greatest album. But what is it that makes it far and above the rest?
I attempt to create a final, critical consensus on the 2010 romantic comedy, starring Canadian actor, Jay Baruchel.