Now on Netflix, the Oscar-nominated documentary THE SQUARE is an enthralling on-the-ground portrait of a revolution.
The Coen brothers’ latest film chronicles the artistic and personal struggle of folk singer Llewyn Davis in early 1960’s Greenwich Village. But I think it is far more important than that.
In the last episode for God-knows-how-long, Mary has a secret, Sherlock tangles with a dangerous new adversary, and a certain someone returns to haunt your mind palaces.
The line gets longer for the pursuit of Lady Mary, Edith has a secret that no one cares about, and it’s party time for Lord Grantham in this week’s Downton Abbey.
IN MEMORIAM: 1967-2014
PHILIP SEYMOUR HOFFMAN
Director Greg Whiteley’s new documentary, Mitt, offers a timid behind-the-scenes look at the Romney family during their two presidential campaigns.
Parks and Rec says goodbye to two beloved characters, and Community tries to move on from last week’s loss in this week’s abbreviated installment.
2013 offered a very diverse set of albums from some unlikely places. Here’s Part 1 of my list of the year’s best offerings.
While Nebraska may seem like a step back for director Alexander Payne in terms of budget and visuals, it’s actually a brave step in the right direction for his strengths: sharp characterization and funny, bittersweet storytelling.
Secrets are revealed! New suitors are introduced! And the intrigue continues this week on Downton Abbey.