David Bowie, the seminal British musician behind such era-defining hits of the 1970s as “Space Oddity,” “Changes,” “Rebel Rebel,” “Young Americans” and “Fame,” died Sunday. He was 69. News of Bowie’s…
The calendar may have caught up with the man who 43 years ago ruminated in song on the strangeness of finding himself 70, but Paul Simon isn't slowing down.
A shrewdly opportunistic, glibly entertaining sequel.
This ain't no party, this ain't no disco, this ain't no humdrum concert documentary.
Peter Jackson's infatuation with fancy visual effects mortally wounds "The Lovely Bones."
After three albums of exposing vulnerability over soft piano chords, Coldplay opts for clutter and disguise, opening and closing on shimmering notes that give "Viva la Vida" a sense of book-like…
Thrills and drama are left standing on the tarmac in this limp, sleazy inanity.
The following is a complete list of winners at the 44th annual Grammy Awards, which took place at the Staples Center in Los Angeles on Wednesday.
Despite intriguing cult trappings, the presence of superstar Mel Gibson and a formidable bunch of musicians on the terrific music track, Wim Wenders' "The Million Dollar Hotel" looms as a tough sell…
Iconoclastic American indie filmmaker Todd Haynes takes a highly personal look at the British glam rock scene of the early '70s in "Velvet Goldmine," a constantly imaginative, stylistically lively…
Derek Jarman's "Glitterbug" is a perfect companion piece to "Blue," satisfyingly capping off the late English iconoclast's screen work. This lissome montage of Jarman's Super 8 footage fused with a…