Emily Blunt shines as the magical nanny, in a retread with more hits than misses.Continue reading Review: ‘MARY POPPINS RETURNS’ Gets the Job Done
Roma isn’t the only great foreign film to watch out for this year.
Though nearly colossally screwing up its release, Netflix has a bonafide Best Picture favorite on its hands with Alfonso Cuaron’s ode to the most important figure of his youth.
Only three series keep their spot on the list in yet another great (and overwhelming) year for television.
Equal parts exquisitely acted and visually arresting, The Favourite marks a step in a bold new direction for director Yorgos Lanthimos. Continue reading Review: ‘THE FAVOURITE’ is a Devilishly Delicious Treat
The sequel sticks to formula, but it’s a good formula.
Steve McQueen’s follow-up to 12 Years a Slave is a welcome treat even if it stumbles where it should most soar.
The second installment of J. K. Rowling’s Fantastic Beasts series wasn’t as bad as I expected, but there’s not much to cheer about either.
In this installment: Daredevil’s best season yet, Sam Esmail and Julia Roberts’s brilliance, and Chris Pine swings his sword.
Preface: I’d like to say here that if you found Rockstar’s business practices unsavory and have decided to boycott or otherwise ignore this game, I sympathize completely. I think that’s a fine reason to miss out on this thing. No piece of commercial art could possibly be important enough to ruin so many people’s mental wellbeing like that. I still think the end result of their efforts was worth it, even if a lot of the crew who worked on this game will never be compensated as such. Anyway, enjoy whatever your choice was.