Anna Leszkiewicz is the New Statesman's deputy culture editor.
YouTube’s Karate Kid sequel Cobra Kai has a nostalgic, lazily macho mentality.
Even at the time, we knew that the attack was deliberate and targeted. A year later, we know even more.
Starring Alia Shawkat, Ethan Hawke and Kristen Wiig, Sandra seems to be about one thing when it’s actually about another.
If not embarrassing, Tranquility Base Hotel & Casino is concerned with embarrassment.
“This is America” explores the twin spectacles of entertainment and ultraviolence as the bedrock of Trump’s America.
The remake is a chance for Skam to find an even bigger audience, but it’s also a bid from Facebook to appeal to its dwindling teenage demographic.
For West, expressing himself is always in itself radical – regardless of the value, or consequences, of what’s actually being said.
Question setters and contestants on how the show finally began to gender-balance its questions – and whether it’s now harder as a result.
While food in general has been a big part of film over the past two years, it’s feeding scenes that stand out: from Phantom Thread’s BDSM omelette to Moonlight’s diner meal.
She has raised the bar of pop music so high that her musical contemporaries can only crane their necks and gawk, open-mouthed, at her towering talent.