By Stuart Henderson
Supported by armchair psychology, a jazz soundtrack, and a healthy concern with sex and relationship anxiety, Spike Lee's film plays like a Woody Allen movie across the bridge.
Bruce Robison and the Back Porch Band: Bruce Robison and the Back Porch Band
Willie Nelson: God's Problem Child
'LA92' Submerges Its Audience Into the Violent Aftermath of Institutional Racism
Fear and Loathing in Post-war Amsterdam
Kendrick Lamar: DAMN.
Sun Ra and His Arkestra: Thunder of the Gods
Robyn Hitchcock: Robyn Hitchcock
'Big Little Lies' Proves That Women Really Are Stronger Together
"It's easy to think that we would never be complicit with the dictates of an authoritarian regime, but Beholder reveals how complicated such choices can become.