In perhaps its final episode, Sherlock puts its hero through a gauntlet, and us through the wringer.
A skin-crawlingly creepy Toby Jones and some genuine surprises make this the best Sherlock in two calendar years.
The fourth (final?) season premiere illustrates how far Sherlock has moved away from being a detective show.
Director Denzel Washington is smart enough to let the material and the performances speak for themselves in this adaptation of August Wilson’s Pulitzer Prize-winning play.
Anchored by strong performances across a variety of ages, the Best Films of 2016 were, frequently, markers of reconciliation with the eternal truths of familial connection.
We posted 130 articles, essays, and reviews in 2016. Here they are, organized for you.
Happy New Year! In David’s annual feature, here are 25 films and 10 new TV series he’s keeping an eye on in 2017.
Brian counts down his top games of the year.
Casey Affleck finally escapes big brother Ben’s shadow in Kenneth Lonergan’s exceptional drama.
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Damien Chazelle’s elaborate homage to Golden Age musicals is an old thing in an old package. I think that’s the point.