It has been 50 years since the British rock power trio Eric Clapton, Ginger Baker and Jack Bruce — known collectively as Cream — released their debut album.

Today, the spirit of the band has been rekindled in a new multi-media tribute show, featuring the sons and a nephew of the band’s members.

It’s hard not to go into “A Star Is Born “ without a lot of prejudgments. Even if you haven’t seen the other three versions, the mere fact that they exist, and with such formidable talent, is enough to make anyone scoff at the fact that Hollywood keeps dusting off this well-worn story about …

 Nearly five decades before NFL players took a knee to protest police brutality and social injustice, African-American sprinters Tommie Smith and John Carlos defiantly raised black-gloved fists during an Olympic medal ceremony to protest the way black people were treated in the United States.

A new exhibition at Atlanta's High Museum of Art, "With Drawn Arms: Glenn Kaino and Tommie Smith," seeks to forge a connection between that protest on Oct. 16, 1968, and the present. A collaboration between Smith and conceptual artist Glenn Kaino, it includes sculptures, drawings, excerpts from a documentary, and items from Smith's archives.

Malcolm D. Lee’s “Night School” brings together the potent combo of Kevin Hart and Tiffany Haddish, but this tepid if amiable sitcom-stretched-into-a-movie elicits widely differing grades for its two comic powerhouses.

Hallmark sentimentality, passionate defenses of Bob Dylan’s “Time Out of Mind” and horrific head traumas are thrown together in Dan Fogelman’s “Life Itself,” a curious cocktail of a movie from the “This is Us” creator about all of life’s highest highs and lowest lows across generations and c…