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Leah Greenblatt

Senior Editor, Entertainment Weekly and EW.com

As EW's Music Editor, Leah Greenblatt writes occasionally (and opines constantly) about rock and pop music, as well as books, her second love. You can find her offering those opinions on MTV, NPR, CNN, and various other news and entertainment outlets.

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Book Review Big Little Lies
by Leah Greenblatt | Jul 30, 2014

Like the kingdom lost for want of a nail, the troubles of Big Little Lies begin with one…

Movie Review Sex Tape
by Leah Greenblatt | Jul 17, 2014

Once upon a time in college, Jay (Jason Segal) and Annie (Cameron Diaz) met and fell in love…

Movie Review Very Good Girls
by Leah Greenblatt | Jul 16, 2014

''Very Good Girls is not, alas, a very good movie, but that's more a problem of plotting than pedigree.''

Movie Review I Origins
by Leah Greenblatt | Jul 16, 2014

''I Origins is a small movie with extra-large ambitions: a globe-spanning faith-vs.-science thriller/French New Wave-style romance/metaphysical tease on a Sundance budget.''

Book Review Lucky Us
by Leah Greenblatt | Jul 16, 2014

Eva Acton isn't lucky at all. A knock-kneed teenage bookworm from nowhere, Ohio, she is largely unloved and…

Book Review The Girls From Corona Del Mar
by Leah Greenblatt | Jul 09, 2014

''Girls' raw, lyrical tone resonates — a gratifyingly honest dispatch from the battle lines of young womanhood.''

Movie Review Movies: July 4, 2014
by Leah Greenblatt, Joe McGovern, Stephan Lee | Jun 25, 2014

Capsule reviews of ''La Bare,'' ''They Came Together,'' and more

Book Review The Actress
by Leah Greenblatt | Jun 25, 2014

''Sohn usually has a gift for awful characters...But the story is oddly airless, and her telling lacks both the cheap thrills of a trashy paperback and the deeper insights of literary fiction.''

Book Article 5 First-Rate Hollywood Romans À Clef
by Leah Greenblatt | Jun 20, 2014

We list our favorite coming of age stories

Music Article Jimmy Scott 1925-2014
by Leah Greenblatt | Jun 20, 2014

EW remembers the jazz iconoclast

Book Review The Arsonist
by Leah Greenblatt | Jun 18, 2014

''Sue Miller is expert at detailing the charms and vagaries of small-town life: the dynamic between fussy, fancy ''summer people'' and saltier year-round residents; the fact that nobody's business goes unnoted.''

Movie Review Movies: June 20, 2014
by Joe McGovern, Lindsey Bahr, Leah Greenblatt, Chris Nashawaty, Missy Schwartz | Jun 13, 2014

Capsule reviews of ''Hellion,'' ''The Rover,'' and more

Book Review China Dolls
by Leah Greenblatt | Jun 11, 2014

''Sex, showgirls, wartime intrigue: The latest from best-selling novelist See (Snow Flower and the Secret Fan) has what sounds like a can't-miss premise, and a grounding in real history: Her story of three Asian-American dancers in pre-WWII San Francisco is based partly on research and interviews with actual ''no-no girls.'' ''

Movie Article Movies: June 13, 2014
by Leah Greenblatt, Chris Nashawaty, Joe McGovern | Jun 06, 2014

Capsule reviews of ''Obvious Child,'' ''Trust Me,'' and more

Music Article Playlist: Summer Mix
by Leah Greenblatt | May 29, 2014

Thanks to the polar vortex, it's slated to be an extra-brutal summer; while you wait for the sweaty radio bangers to arrive, stay cool with some of our favorite tracks from the final days of spring

Movie Review Movies: May 30/June 6, 2014
by Joe McGovern, Stephan Lee, Leah Greenblatt, Chris Nashawaty, Adam Markovitz | May 22, 2014

Capsule reviews of ''Horses of God,'' ''Korengal,'' and more

Music Article Pop Fiction: Music Gets Lit
by Leah Greenblatt | May 09, 2014

There's been music in literature since harps were plunked in ''Beowulf'' — but over the past few years, a number of high-profile novelists have fully slipped into the skin of fictional rock stars; below, four of the most notable

Music Article When Stars Attack...With Songs
by Leah Greenblatt | May 02, 2014

Last week, Lily Allen's new single, "Sheezus," made headlines for calling out Gaga, Rihanna, Katy, Beyoncé, and Lorde — and reminded us how much the music world can be like a giant high school bathroom wall. Read on for some of the best sonic beatdowns in the business (minus rap, only because we'd need about eight more pages).

Movie Review Tammy
by Leah Greenblatt | Apr 09, 2014

''a broad, helter-skelter farce whose best bits hinge almost entirely on the considerable charms of its star''

Movie Article Movies: April 11, 2014
by Chris Nashawaty, Owen Gleiberman, Lisa Schwarzbaum, Leah Greenblatt | Apr 04, 2014

Capsule reviews of ''Divergent,'' ''The Grand Budapest Hotel,'' and more