Leah Greenblatt

Senior Editor

Sam Smith's new album is rooted in a sort of open-vein vulnerability; the bruised, tender manifesto of a Kid Who Cares Too Much
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In 2017, Carly Rae made you leap for joy while Cardi B made haters do some sole-searching; Kesha pulled off a comeback, while Kendrick put you in your place
The girl who kicked off her last record cycle by giddily urging us all to “Shake It Off” now sounds thoroughly shook
In a career that spanned more than four decades, Tom Petty was a celebrated songwriter as well as an accomplished solo artist in his own right
A brightly contemporary retelling that is not so much an origin story as a coming of age
Five films in, Pirates still leaves you feeling a lot like the Magic Kingdom ride it’s so famously inspired by.
Abigail Breslin and newcomer Colt Prattes dance like nobody’s watching and kiss like strangers trying not to get mono
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The Great Wall struggles mightily to transcend its two-dimensional storyline
A United Kingdom hits theaters Friday
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Weighing in on Miranda Lambert's sprawling two disc album, The Weight of These Wings
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