Sunday, April 22, 2018

Ars Gratia Artis: mother! and its abuse of depth

mother! uses a home makeover and marital strife to probe questions of humanity and nature

Krasinski’s ‘A Quiet Place’ is a roaring debut

Heartfelt family drama meets taut creature feature in this unprecedented horror

Thanksgiving watch list

This Thanksgiving break, binge on more than just turkey and apple pie. With finals season just around the corner, kick back over break and...

Acclaimed comedian Bill Burr returns to the Ryman Auditorium

The rage-fueled comedy king comes to Music City on April 20 and 21, this time with a little more perspective and 'Vampirina' on his mind

Q&A with Chase Goehring, America’s Got Talent star

Making it past the auditions for America’s Got Talent is impressive enough, but it doesn’t get much better than receiving the golden buzzer. Singer-songwriter...

The Sleeping Beauty hits the stage

The Nashville Ballet takes on one of ballet’s most timeless and challenging performances

‘Ready Player One’ boasts high concept with low execution

Spielberg’s latest film falls short among critics and even shorter among nerds

The Belcourt’s “Midnight Movies” series offers a variety of cult classics

From hilarious movies to classic horrors, Midnight Movies offers a unique theater experience

‘Marshall’ touts both rhythm and blues

Before he became the nation’s first African-American Supreme Court Justice or won Brown v. Board of Education, Thurgood Marshall earned his stripes as a...

‘Thor’ a thunderous success

Thor: Ragnarok brilliantly concludes the Asgardian trilogy, hitting each of the three key tenets of the Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU) in stride: hilarious laughs,...