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“Mr. and Mrs. Teacup” is all about failure in both form and theme.
Groundbreaking animation and an ace voice cast elevate an otherwise minor (and culturally murky) addition to Wes Anderson’s catalog.
Is even a show as icy as The Americans prepared to give us the bleak ending it’s foreshadowing?
John Krasinski’s foray into horror is also a smart and thrilling exercise in restraint.
The past isn’t finished with our characters just yet.
More than the sum of its chockablock references, Ready Player One improves on its polarizing source material by leaps and bounds.
The Americans returns to form in its stellar final season premiere.
AMC’s new miniseries (or anthology?) hits all of my sweet spots: gorgeous craft, mysterious monsters, and grizzled men on frozen boats.
In a gaming landscape where every game has to be bigger and badder and have more loot and more quests and more checklists, Sea of Thieves feels like a breath of fresh air.