Maroon 5’s new music video explores a caricature of lead singer Adam Levine’s life.
Bublé’s ‘I Believe in You’ video offers up the unchallenging image of growing up on screen, but captures the heartfelt sentiment of a lifelong of love.
It is often hard to discern people’s true intentions but doing so early on can save you from uncomfortable, and even dangerous, situations.
“The recent use of music videos to address social issues is a tactical and meaningful capitalization on the ability of music to sway social tides.”
Despite some visual complexity, the Chemical Brothers ‘Wide Open’ music video is slowed down by is droning musical progression.
Passenger’s ‘Catch In The Dark’ video captivates audiences with its scenic sights but falls short on content and coherence.
The music video for “Work Song” may look good, but it’s not much more than a concert montage.
Modest Mouse’s “Lampshades On Fire” is more delightfully disturbing than most of today’s horror flicks.
With “I Bet,” Ciara moves on from the pains of a public breakup.
The pop star teams with director Max Landis for an expansive, ambitious sci-fi adventure.