‘Dads’ review: schmaltzy ode to fathers from mega-famous pops

Bryce Dallas Howard's sweet documentary doubles as a thank you to her old man

‘Wasp Network’ review: convoluted spy drama loses focus amid tangled plot

Netflix's international thriller deals in secrets, but the biggest mystery here is what's going on

NSG – ‘Roots’ mixtape review: A would-be summer classic packs chart-baiting hits and vulnerability

Spritely and vulnerable, the London collective's new mixtape 'Roots' lives up to their chart-topping reputation.

‘The Politician’ season two review: a ropey second term for Ryan Murphy’s political pastiche

Fewer songs and more characters make this second batch of episodes less fun than the first

‘Feel The Beat’ review: harmless, feelgood fluff for fans of ‘Step Up’

Netflix adds another teen drama that you'll forget as soon as the credits roll

‘Back Roads’ review: ‘Stormbreaker’ star Alex Pettyfer stretches new muscles with promising directorial debut

The former model helms an atmospheric, if not entirely convincing, drama that's filled with family secrets

Neil Young – ‘Homegrown’ review: ‘lost’ mid-’70s album is a shimmering diamond well worth unearthing

This cheery, commercial collection stands as proof of Young's endless talent

Spacey Jane – ‘Sunlight’ review: huge songs at no expense of heartfelt honesty

The Australian band careen from freewheeling joy to angsty vulnerability on their debut album

Braids – ‘Shadow Offering’ review: beleaguered band take on the big issues, but tie themselves in knots

After a period of internal strife, the Montreal art-poppers attempt to reconcile with themselves

Jockstrap – ‘Wicked City’ EP review: ingenious, invigorating, and like little else right now

The London duo's mind-bending future-pop is dizzying, discombobulating and unmissable