Rachel Brosnahan is incandescent in this stand-up series from Amy Sherman-Palladino.
Everyone say it with me, one more time: “The best Star Wars since Empire Strikes Back.” Okay? We’ve got that part down.
The best television of the year had everything: fighting, torture, revenge, monsters, chases, escapes, true love, miracles, and a helping of political subversion.
If Tommy Wiseau was put on this planet to make The Room, James Franco was born to make The Disaster Artist.
The animation studio’s latest is another technological leap forward and places an affectionate spotlight on Mexican culture.
It’s a miraculous directorial debut from Greta Gerwig, full of rich emotion, specificity, and award-earning performances.
Kenneth Branagh’s star-studded remake is as classy and mildly entertaining as your mom would want in an Agatha Christie adaptation.
Ken Burns and Lynn Novick’s latest docuseries is sobering, overwhelming, and absolutely necessary viewing.
A lot of things happened!
The much-hyped team-up of all the major Marvel/Netflix players is an uneven exercise in brand management. (Full season spoilers ahoy!)