“The Devil All the Time” stood out to me because of its ensemble cast and thriller appeal. Yet, against all odds, “The Devil All the Time” bored me.
Duke is no stranger to recruitment season, with each fall marked by visits from major banks, tech companies and consulting firms. But for students interested in the creative and entertainment industries, the traditional recruitment offerings give little opportunity to establish solid connections.
“Miss Juneteenth” quietly discusses African-American embodiment in a modern, yet traditional world — a world that has consistently failed them.
What exactly is expressive writing? Evans described it as a simple opportunity to express your most significant feelings about what is currently affecting your life.
Marie Kondo and Audrey Gelman have, wittingly or not, made their honest messages into beautiful and fancy goods and services that fail to honor their original design.
Benedict Cumberbatch seems to be steadily making his way through the 20th century.
Aneil Karia made his Sundance Film Festival debut with “Surge,” a psychological thriller that stars Ben Whishaw as Joseph, a troubled young man who lives an isolated life in London as an airport security officer.
“We all like to think of childhood as this time of joy and innocence. But for many of us, it’s just not true.”