Nearly two hours long, this grandiose, deliriously over-the-top pop spectacle is basically a feature-length advertisement for all of Madonna’s strengths as an entertainer. First off,
This semi-fictionalized account of Madonna’s years as a struggling artist in New York City before hitting it big in the early 1980s feels like a
This is the first movie by Spike Lee that I’ve ever seen, but given his strong reputation, I’m going to assume this is a negligible
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Madonna’s follow-up tour to her groundbreaking “Blond Ambition Tour” in 1990 is perhaps one of her most peculiar, pretentious projects ever, and that alone makes
Uli Edel’s entry in the erotic thriller subgenre of the 1990s is one of the worst of its kind. First off, there’s Madonna’s unfortunate performance,