Sissy Spacek and David Strathairn discover the formula for both love and teleportation in this effective sci-fi melodrama helmed by Star Wars: The Last Jedi director Rian Johnson, but it's tragic circumstances that lead to the couple's biggest breakthrough of knowing there's someplace better than here or there.
Master Of None co-creator Alan Yang directs a genius video that pokes fun at the fact that Friends was an exceptionally white show, by recasting a remake with a who's who of current black stars, including Jerrod Carmichael, Issa Rae, Lakeith Stanfield, Tiffany Haddish, Tessa Thompson and Lil Rel Howery.
What starts as a commentary on sexist ass/legs videos, turns into a pomo exploration on Internet overactions, turns into an actual reality as weird as what we've just seen, before turning into a meditation on the loneliness of the creative video director, played by Keith Schofield himself.
Little things, like the world ending, don't have quite the same effect on you if you're in love. Or, if you're covering The Cure like Georgia Hubley and her Yo La Tengo bandmates are in this first video off new "covers and then some" album Stuff Like That There.
The surprise release is now clearly the preferred marketing/sales stunt: And if you're a superstar like Beyonce, it's damn effective. Same goes for Drake, who dropped If You’re Reading This, It’s Too Late on Friday and is already looking to sell over 500k copies in just a few days. Promotion?
Poets: This is a video about heartbreak. Literalists: This is a video about a dude who got stabbed through the chest. Either way, the video works perfectly as you realize how hard it is to stand out in after-hours Hollywood.