Peter Berg’s recreation of the 2010 environmental disaster is technically adept, if occasionally lacking in detail.
Andrea Arnold’s new film follows a crew of young drifters through the recession-struck heartland.
The films touted for consideration this year include prestige projects like Martin Scorsese’s Silence and festival hits like Barry Jenkins’s Moonlight.
A remastered edition of the 2007 landmark title and its sequels lay bare just how revolutionary the original was.
Fox’s new show has all the sports-story cliches except for one: It imagines the first female player to take the mound in the major leagues.
The candidate’s appearance on Zach Galifianakis’s satirical chat show was the funniest of her career.
The new White House thriller on ABC gets Kiefer Sutherland into the Oval Office by bleak, violent means.
The Late Night host ripped into Donald Trump’s history with the birther movement, just days after his NBC colleague’s softball interview with the candidate.
A new comedy from the Parks & Recreation creator Michael Schur goes to deeply philosophical places with its stars Kristen Bell and Ted Danson.
The webseries makes a seamless jump to HBO, and it’s as clever and insightful as ever.
Donald Trump appeared on The Tonight Show and wasn’t asked a single substantive question in 10 minutes.
Oliver Stone’s new film is a perfunctory biopic about the NSA’s international surveillance programs that lacks his trademark fearlessness.
In its second season, the IFC show spoofs the 1992 election, Jiro Dreams of Sushi, and the Talking Heads in perfect period detail.
After a moderate shake-up this summer, the show is adding new performers.
Fox’s new sitcom takes the fish-out-of-water concept to its logical extreme.
Tig Notaro’s new Amazon series plumbs the depths of her real-life struggles, and mines subtle, empathetic humor from them.
FX’s new comedy Better Things, created by and starring Louie’s Pamela Adlon, is an acerbic look at the life of a working actress raising three children.
The onslaught of scripted television shows continues with the usual reboots, revivals, and adaptations—but also some original stories.
The most recent special, mocking Rob Lowe, seemed to draw attention only for its attacks on Ann Coulter.
Derek Cianfrance’s film is gorgeous and well-acted, but it’s hard to invest in the two central characters.