A Cure for Wellness brings operatic craziness sure to irritate audiences.
There's a temptation, for those who write about movies for a living, to anticipate the commercial prospects of movies before they are released. This is usually a fool's errand; anyone who believes they know exactly what will be a hit and what will be a flop should be in a far more lucrative career than film criticism.
Theater, literature and comedy you don't want to miss this week.
Plan-B Theatre Co. examines the life of one of the early Catholic church's most fascinating and powerful women, Hildegard of Bingen, in its new play.
Britney Ever After is cheap and unnecessary; Billions is back.
As a musical artist, Britney Spears made a decent pop icon. She barely contributed to the writing of any her own music, and her singing is at maybe a semi-pro karaoke level. Her perpetual "comebacks" and attempts at being "edgy" are as laughable as they are tiresome.
Horoscopes for Feb. 16-22
Here's your mantra for the next three weeks: "I know what I want, and I know how to glide it into my life."
The Love & Sex Issue
In this issue, we take a non-judgmental look into sex in the Beehive. We also celebrate different expressions of love and tie it up (shibari-style) with a big pink Valentine's bow.
HBO's Westworld digs into real-world consequences of virtual behavior.
Seeing the end of Game of Thrones on the horizon, HBO greenlit a number of other television series that it hoped to fill that void, and one of them was Westworld. I'm not sure anyone looked back at Michael Crichton's 1973 movie and thought it was particularly relevant to today's culture, but the show-runners have decided to prove us all wrong.