In refusing to depict the nature of divinity that’s absolutely necessary to a story about the papal election, We Have a Pope squanders a great premise with theologically flat reflection.
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Charles Dickens and Ellen Ternan–friends or lovers? The Great Charles Dickens Scandal unravels the mysery.
In focusing on the MMG company line more than the striking talent and affecting heart of Meek Mill’s rap tales, this is a missed opportunity, a decent album that could have been a brilliant one.
More varied in its offerings, but also more disjointed than her previous work, Red sounds like a transitional album for Taylor Swift, as her musical profile undergoes a modern-rock makeover.
Cyndi Lauper’s autobiography is full of crazy moments and smart-ass remarks, but it’s also a cautionary tale about strong women vs. the music business.