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.
Damien Chazelle & Ryan Gosling reunite for one of the year’s best, both an inspiring biopic and exercise in claustrophobic, white-knuckle terror.
Whether you’re into children’s fantasy, brooding astronauts, or true crime + poop jokes, this roundup has something for everyone.
“There are so many stars visible in New Mexico. I shall go out there to get a better look.”