The album may not cause the remaining Beatles to lose sleep.
In some ways, this is better than the first film: it ditches tedious backstories and chats between saggy has-beens.
From a branding perspective, Akiva Schaffer’s sci-fi-inflected goof succeeds by default.
Alisya cleverly juggles school and her passion for dance.
A theatre manager revels in the island's blossoming art scene.
The thrills here are admirably analog as busy streets become narrow obstacle courses.
A large portion of tracks from ‘Wilayah’ sounds like a sonic trip down the ’90s pop rock catalogue.
The frontwoman packs a warm Jenny Lewis-type vocal in her songs about dashed hopes.
The past winner of klpac's Short+Sweet Best Female Actor, Karynn Tan, shares her experience.
It’s harder to identify with this Renner's genetically enhanced superspy than with Damon's highly-trained agent.