Just why was Tom Hanks dancing in a black-and-orange suit on Saturday Night Live so funny?
The hit AMC show ended its sixth season on a cheap cliffhanger. Its seventh-season premiere messily tried to regain momentum.
The final chapter of this season takes the social-media mob to its deadly extreme.
The more emotional and hopeful tale stars Mackenzie Davis and Gugu Mbatha-Raw.
Park Chan-wook’s new romantic thriller is a sumptuous tale of shifting identities, forbidden love, and colonialism.
The second episode of the new season is a twisty, tense horror story about an immersive video game that can detect your darkest fears.
The sequel to one of Hollywood’s most underrated action entries of the decade wastes a solid performance from Tom Cruise.
An interview with Bill O’Reilly Monday night distilled many of the struggles the Late Show host has had in his first year on the job.
The new Epix comedy imagines a former Republican president deciding to atone for his sins in office.
Kelly Reichardt’s new film, starring Laura Dern, Michelle Williams, and Kristen Stewart, is a moving, thoughtful triptych set in Montana.
Jonas Cuarón’s film sees a racist vigilante stalking and murdering Mexican migrants as they cross the border.
Donald Glover’s FX series can transform from moody relationship drama to wacky sketch comedy in a week—and is all the more compelling for it.
AMC’s tech drama, which has become must-watch television, airs its third-season finale on Tuesday.
Issa Rae makes the leap from webseries to HBO with this hilarious, insightful new sitcom.
The network’s newest superhero series, Luke Cage, has the same issue as its predecessors: It takes way too long to get its story in motion.
Critics and analysts are (once again) eulogizing the medium after a cruddy summer, but film is still very much alive.
Saturday Night Live returned for another season with a new impression of the GOP’s presidential candidate—and it was just the jolt the show needed.
The new HBO series plays with Western tropes while subverting them.
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.