There’s a lot to appreciate, but not a lot to love in Gillian Robespierre’s directorial debut.
AMC’s new computer-savvy techno-drama is intriguing, but it needs to quickly outgrow its inspirations and innovate rather than duplicate.
Crossbones makes no logical sense, and features an absurd performance from John Malkovich so I can’t really recommend it, but just why the hell can’t I?
“Echo” is an incredible examination of The Americans’ characters’ motives and emotions, and it typifies the slow burn approach that makes the show great.
The Kobayashi Maru is a Star Fleet officer’s test for an unwinnable situation in The Wrath of Khan. I wonder if Stan Beeman’s ever taken it?
Jim Jarmusch has crafted a weirdly fun and thought-provoking vampire film starring a pair of expertly cast actual vampires (probably).
The Americans is busy moving pieces into place for the fast approaching finale, but there’s still a few secrets to uncover along the way.
A few old faces drop in to the party. Just remember to stay out of the pool! Continue reading THE AMERICANS: “Yousaf”
Cranston and McConaughey might have reason to worry at Emmy time. Matthew Rhys is a revelation in “Martial Eagle.”
In Neil deGrasse Tyson’s capable hands, Cosmos: A Spacetime Odyssey is a much-needed breath of fresh air that’s both scientifically fascinating and candy for the eyes.