We get to the bottom of the latest star-studded Knives Out Mystery from director Rian Johnson: Glass Onion.
With Glass Onion, Rian Johnson turns the volume up to 11 and manages to deliver a mystery every bit as entertaining as its predecessor.
The Shrink Next Door may lack the urgency of a true-crime series binge watch but the story will find an unsettling way to seep in, making it one of this fall’s must-see series.
Ben and Daniel spoil WanadaVision!
In season three of Transparent, nuanced notes of class, race, sex, gender, and religion come bursting forth with an unmistakable roar.
Women continue to dominate the summer's comedies with the hilariously inappropriate Bad Moms.
Fallen golden boy M. Night Shyamalan begins to make his way back into audience's good graces with The Visit, but falls back down a little when you hear him talk about it.
If you absolutely have to see one dysfunctional family drama this year, you could do worse than This Is Where I Leave You.
Jason Bateman's directorial debut Bad Words is a complete draw; as much of a missed opportunity as a win. Despite some very funny foul mouthed comedy, the uneasy direction of the film's central plot drags everything down around it. It's consistently funny, but it's a one-note premise that loses steam very fast.
Bad Words Special Presentation Director: Jason Bateman If Bad Words came out 15 years ago and starred Bill Murray, it probably would have been a massive hit. Released today starring (and weirdly, directed by) Jason Bateman, it’ll be a mid-level comedy release probably targeted at a niche market. That’s a bit of a shame since […]
It's not a great comedy, nor an awful one, but We're the Millers does feel like a throwback to some of the more innocuous Hard-R rated comedies of the 1980s in some pretty decent ways.