Is Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker a fitting conclusion to one of the most beloved stories in popular culture or does it play it too safe? Watch Managing Editor Jason Gorber’s SPOILER-FREE Rise of Skywalker video review!
The new Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker – Celebrate the Legacy featurette reveals never-before-seen footage from the Skywalker saga.
Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker sees Rey and the resistance face-off against Kylo Ren and The First Order in the saga's epic conclusion.
Dom Hemingway contains plenty of thoughtful comedic performances and general ideas that are engaging enough to make one forget that the film itself isn’t all that great.
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This episode of Girls was an emotional rollercoaster, bringing back S3E1's theme of questioning bonds between partners. Earlier this season Hannah told Adam “I really know you—no matter what your crazy ex-girlfriend says, I really know you.” While Natalia certainly doesn't understand Adam, it seems like Hannah might not either.
Hidey-ho readers! Your friendly neighbourhood Girls recapper is here with some sweet, sweet catch-up.
On the last episode of Girls, our resident British-American hippie Jessa got kicked out of rehab for selfishly helping her vest friend Laura come to terms with her sexual orientation. That means this week is road trip to rehab time, starring Hannah, Shoshanna, and Adam.
Don Hemingway Special Presentation Director: Richard Shepard Jude Law delivers the best performance of his career as a boorish, loutish, foul mouthed, just released from prison London area safe cracker, but the film built around him isn’t even handed enough to do his work justice. It’s a choppy and episodic look at the titular career […]