Parks and Recreation's once-funny and subversive lead character turns into an anti-feminist cliché.
The Oscars recognize women in non-traditional roles, but leave actors of color behind.
Downton Abbey gives the network a bona fide guilty pleasure.
The GOP front-runner finally gets in some digs at Newt Gingrich.
Luck, HBO’s horse-racing series, is about the other American pastime: gaming the system.
Are we "born that way"? Do we choose to be gay? Who cares?
Mimicking a familiar format, Alan Lightman's Mr. g fails to create a unique world.
The special treatment Beyoncé received when she gave birth may have made the headlines, but real economic injustice gets noticed far less often.
A longtime movie critic's departure from the Village Voice signals a changing cultural tide.
In the beautiful A Separation, even the family is no refuge from society.
Good news: We'll soon see an increase in reported crime.
What cultural artifacts will come to embody the current presidential administration?
A new musical movement turns Mexican drug violence into catchy sing-alongs.
The Iron Lady, short on substance and long on sentimentality, is just the sort of film Margaret Thatcher would hate.
Bank of America and J.P. Morgan Chase's ad campaigns portray the institutions as your friendly neighborhood credit union.