Rarely do we feel like we are experiencing the thing itself, but rather a setup for a different, later event, which will probably not be the real thing either.
She-Hulk is the kind of smart, funny production that proves that like Ms. Marvel, Thor: Ragnarok, or Guardians of the Galaxy, Marvel is at its best when it combines self-conscious humor with great storytelling.
America is going full-tilt for pinball again and the resurgence is being led by the sons of a legendary Chicago pinball wizard.
“The American Tribal Love-Rock Musical” and the unhinged Albee classic are among this week’s best bets.
Indie comic artist Scott Larson’s creation is “a history of Chicago as seen through the residents of the city’s oldest cemetery.”
Two new horror films are just as acute pieces of social commentary as Jordan Peele’s film.
The Chicago Park District’s Movies in the Park series is in full swing.
Considering how the games we play as children influence our tastes in entertainment as adults
New reviews and notable screenings in this week’s issue