Find out if Pauline or Daniel finished their 10 movies on the season 3 finale!
Find out which movie and which actor Daniel and Pauline debated during round 6!
The second season of Big Little Lies concludes with a somewhat lacking hour that encapsulates both this season’s strengths and weaknesses.
Real world behind the scenes drama may have overshadowed this week's Big Little Lies, but that doesn't mean the latest episode's revelations have any less weight.
In spite of how much the mothers of Big Little Lies may want to protect their children from the harshness of the world around them, they will inevitably discover that darkness for themselves.
Things start to get unhinged on the latest Big Little Lies – the halfway point of season two! Read Akash Singh's full review of the most recent episode.
On the latest episode of Big Little Lies, the families of Monterey are discovering that the world they've built for themselves is little more than a thin facade.
On the latest episode of Big Little Lies, the women of Monterey Bay prove they're very good at building walls around themselves, but without a proper foundation those walls will very quickly come crashing down.
HBO's Big Little Lies returns for a second season and the question then is this: is it as good as season one? Or, like many extensions of miniseries that have come before it, does it fall prey to its own success?
With all the fuss over Rami Malek and Bohemian Rhapsody on the heels of its Golden Globes triumph, we thought it might be the perfect time to examine it in the context of the other pop music biopic performances that have gone on to Oscar glory.
Movies vs. Matrimony is a podcast that pits a husband and wife’s cinematic tastes against each other. Who will win round nine of season two?
If there is such a thing as a good lie, is there such a thing as a good murder?
Big Little Lies is a beautifully shot, thought-provoking drama that contains knock out performances from some talented powerhouses.
A mystery without a mystery, Inherent Vice marks Paul Thomas Anderson's most playful work to date.
Led by Best Picture, Director, and Supporting Actress winner Boyhood, the Toronto Film Critics Association has announced their award winners for the best of film in 2014.