Stick it out through Somebody I Used to Know's bumpy first half, and you'll find Dave Franco and Alison Brie's latest delves into something worthy of deeper exploration.
Four episodes in and The Rings of Power finds a propulsive energy in “The Great Wave".
The series expects its audience to just come into its halls with a prior knowledge of Tolkien lore but in that expectation offsets its responsibilities onto said audience.
An extended teaser trailer for the highly anticipated The Lord of the Rings: The Rings of Power TV series from Amazon Studios was released today.
In one last push to Hulu, the Disney purge of films from 20th Century/Searchlight ends with Deep Water, but you should still check it out.
Streaming recommendations for Black History Month include Passing, The Harder They Fall, One of Ours, Lilies of the Field, and Set It Off.
Ben Affleck's performance as a compassionate bartender-philosopher saves George Clooney’s otherwise middling adaptation of The Tender Bar.
Cats, quirk and Cumberbatch! Let the internet rejoice for the first trailer for The Electrical Life of Louis Wain is here.
The Mad Women’s Ball is a stark portrayal of women betrayed by a patriarchal society determined to silence them.
Come for the plot that promises a vacation for a group of entitled wealthy folks, but stay for the rich performances from an extremely talented, entertaining cast.
Chris Pratt's latest film combines the action films of today with the energy of the '90s. The prototypical alien invasion summer blockbuster.
Courtney is joined by Bob Turnbull for Education!
While sifting through the tall grass of streaming content can be overwhelming, Courtney Small has put together a list of great films that you might consider streaming during Black History Month and beyond.
Film critic Andrew Robinson shares his thoughts on Selah and the Spades.
Here are seven documentaries to stream to feed your appetite for strange and crazy content after binge-watching Netflix's crazy series.