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.
The Reader caught up with Kerman to talk about what connects South Side and Bust Down, being reasonable in an insane world, and working with Freddie Gibbs.
A north-side native who spent his youth frequenting Wrigley Field and following the gospel according to Del Close, Jake Johnson is Chicago to the core.
Originally broadcast on French TV in 1986, it’s having a rare Chicago screening at the Siskel Center.
The multimedia ensemble’s latest production is a beautiful and transfixing examination of the effects of the industrial age.
Five movies remind us that filmmakers have always been fascinated with the box in the living room
Nell Scovell brings her fight to change the entertainment industry to Chicago next week.
Survive’s retro horror-synth score for Stranger Things means they benefit from Pitchfork’s courtship of the prestige-television audience.
The short-lived 1980s police drama was created by Michael Mann and shot largely in Chicago.
Submissions for the 2016-2017 festival season open on November 1.
Orange Is the New Black returns with a fourth season that fails its feminist sensibilities.
ESPN’s O.J.: Made In America is about so much more than just O.J. Simpson.
Bill Burr delivers his raunchy take on life in a lower-middle class family during the 1970s in his new animated Netflix series.
A lot of things are wrong with season two—but two things really stand out.
We didn’t watch it all—but here’s the best of what we did watch.