Peter Capaldi lives up to the hype, even if the rest of this super-sized premiere is not exactly a classic.
It’s Part 2 of our Emmy predictions, covering the Miniseries, Movie, Variety, and Reality categories. Fargo! The Normal Heart! Sherlock!
The Emmys are on Monday! Time to dive into the nominations, predict the winners, and preemptively gripe about the losers. Breaking Bad or True Detective? Veep or Orange is the New Black?
Tom Hardy drives his BMW for 85 minutes, and the result is a tense, raw, entirely engaging film experiment.
Grab your sonic screwdrivers and don’t blink! DOCTOR WHO — now starring Peter Capaldi — comes back August 23rd, so we’re counting down the ten greatest episodes of the modern era.
Brendan Gleeson is amazing in Calvary. Too bad the bleak film doesn’t quite match its star.
You think you know how this review is going to go, but let me take a moment of your time to surprise you. Sort of.
Instead of burning the house down, Halt and Catch Fire fizzled out and never became the great show it could have been.
It’s Marvel’s most entertaining and creative film yet, perfectly cast and intelligent enough to learn from what has come before.
We’re a little more than halfway through two-oh-one-four, and while Oscar season still awaits us, I had already seen the best film of last year by March. Though I anticipate Interstellar to make it a race, I doubt I will ever see anything quite like 2014’s #1, so without further ado…