Nintendo’s Switch console has flown off shelves since its March release.
Arts & Culture
Performers Adam and Lisanna Vasquez met in 2011, and have had rendezvous in some of the most romantic cities on earth. But the coronavirus pandemic brought them home, together.
Independent developers have embraced 16-bit graphics and classic storytelling—and so have consumers.
What started as a fan-led celebration has been adopted by Disney, which owns the popular franchise.
The new Netflix offering from Mark Wahlberg and Peter Berg could have been a fun B-movie adventure, but doesn’t establish its characters and underuses its talent.
Paramount and SEGA have resurrected the long-loved Sonic with a strong performance from Jim Carrey and a script with throwbacks to the blue hedgehog’s first generation
‘Downhill’ is no ‘Anchorman,’ and audiences have been turning away from Ferrell’s comic films with good reason. The opening wide-shot of the Swiss Alps is all the bliss this film has to offer.
A Netflix offering proves the rule: Not all books make good movies. This Anne Hathaway adventure wants to be an engaging political thriller, but it’s an incoherent mess.
A classic monster movie becomes a tale of abuse in this smart horror flick at first abandoned by Universal Pictures.