‘Beware of Mr. Baker’ paints brutal portrait of rockstar lifestyle

"Beware of Mr. Baker" exposes the talent and hedonistic lifestyle of drummer Ginger Baker, a rocker overshadowed by the fame of contemporaries such as Ringo Starr and Keith Moon.

Gone too soon: shows we’d like to keep watching

The television show seasons we'd like to be continued.

New Anna Nicole Smith film fails to live up to its ambition

"Addicted to Fame" offers a childish look at the life of Smith and proves too sensational to be taken seriously.

Alicia Keys returns with lackluster album

Alicia Keys' new album, "The Element of Freedom" fails to blend past sounds.

‘Annie’ musical loses her spark in Broadway revival

New "Annie" musical revival hits the right notes, but lacks a strong voice.

‘Murder Ballad’ rocks crowd with murder mystery

This new one-act musical delivers an intriguing, self-aware tale with powerhouse performances.

Hopkins, Mirren deliver frightfully good time in ‘Hitchcock’

Powerful performances lend to this intriguing tale about one of Hollywood's most infamous directors.

‘Mea Maxima Culpa’ explores the Catholic Church’s great mistakes

Alex Gibney's emotional documentary highlights the victims of the Church's deepest errors.

Thanksgiving playlist for your loved ones

WSN's music editor recommends eight songs with which to celebrate Thanksgiving.

Blood runs thicker than water in Tom Wolfe’s latest novel

Centered on a Miami community, author Tom Wolfe provides insight into one of AMerica's most intriguing melting pots.

Knightley shines at center stage in ‘Anna Karenina’

Director Joe Wright's adaptation of Tolstoy's novel combines stage and film into a unique spectacle.

More drama than laughs in ‘Comedy’

Despite its title, "The Comedy" is a surprisingly serious film and provides an emotional character study.