If the first season was about the slow unraveling of lies, then Season 2 will likely focus on the fallout of those secrets and the creation of new ones. Find out more now!
The latest episode of HBO's Westworld explores what happens when an android develops a messiah complex.
Like many of Westworld’s best hours, The Absence of Field mostly focuses on a crisis of identity.
The idea of "The Winter Line" is embedded into the episode’s understanding of how its characters are trying to escape from the obstacles and fortifications before them on their respective journeys.
After a brilliant first season and a muddled second season, Westworld's third outing keeps the mysteries intact, increases the thrills, and streamlines that feeling of deliberate confusion significantly.
Our critic reviews the film based on the Sonic the Hedgehog games on which he grew up.
Has there ever been a series as bafflingly beautiful, yet maddeningly nonsensical, as Westworld? The new trailer for the highly anticipated third season just dropped.
There’s an interesting story to be told about the men and women working behind the scenes in the superhero genre, but is Henchmen that movie?
Westworld's Jimmi Simpson discusses the big season finale, his love of Westerns, what he’d do if he were in a real life robot cowboy theme park, and much more.
If HBO's Westworld wants its ambitious plot to matter it needs to give audiences better rounded characters.
Westworld has all the action, adventure, and intrigue of the ideal Western film, but that's all a veneer for tourists, under which lies a rich maze of philosophy, science fiction, and genre criticism.
It’s unlikely that Kristin Wiig's surreal comedy Welcome To me will have much mainstream success in theaters, but this sucker has “future cult favorite” written all over it.
Dull, tedious, and preachy, The Best of Me is the worst Nicholas Sparks adaptation yet.
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Anchorman 2: The Legend Continues is to Anchorman what Ghostbusters 2 was to Ghostbusters. It’s an inferior, but lighthearted and often very funny retread of ground that had been previously covered much better in the original. Sure, it’s often hilarious (in the first half, anyway) and the cast jumps back into their roles quite nicely, but is it a good movie? Nope.