The second season of The Gilded Age proves showrunner Julian Fellowes is incapable of telling this story with the gravitas and truth it requires.
Carrie Coon’s promise that Julian Fellowes' The Gilded Age was edgier than Downton Abbey proves true, at least in the premiere!
Sarah Paulson recreates an iconic character anew.
Despite being the mind behind the brilliant L.A. Confidential, writer James Ellroy's work rarely transitions well to the big screen. Much like graphic novelist Frank Miller, Ellroy needs a director who can temper his sometimes unnecessarily over the top and formulaic material into a watchable package. With Ellroy’s latest outing Rampart, director Oren Moverman show’s that he’s simply not up to the challenge leading to film that feels wholly indistinguishable from the author’s past big screen outings about dirty Los Angeles cops.