Coachella organizers couldn't have dreamed up a more appropriate closing night headliner than the Gorillaz.
Lacking in the boldfaced stars and elusive once-in-a decade acts of Friday and Sunday, Saturday's show would have likely been the most sparsely attended under the old rules.
In interviews prior Friday's festival opener, Coachella founder Paul Tollett spoke of his desire to "take off the training wheels" from the eleven-year-old event, following the all-or-nothing leads…
Sharply satirical and playfully dorky without getting bogged down in its own mythology.
In the mid-1990s, after releasing two records on a local indie label, San Diego pop-punk trio Blink 182 signed with MCA, where they went on to sell more than 20 million records.
A solid telefilm that could well become the new standard for high school classes and scholars.
The film is a promising misfire from a director who can effortlessly sculpt a mood.
An outstanding documentary exploration of the travails of four deaf entertainers.
A spectacularly boring chamber thriller from writer-director Mark H. Young.
A rebound relationship is always a tricky proposition.
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