The Appalachia-set drama wastes an excellent cast on a superficial story about a snake-obsessed church.
The actor Jessie Buckley gives an electrifying performance as a struggling Glasgow mom who dreams of being a Nashville star.
The star’s latest movie is familiar, formulaic, and mildly amusing—making it a perfect fit for the streaming service.
Jim Jarmusch’s star-studded zombie movie is heavy on cynicism and low on entertainment.
The latest addition to the Pixar series justifies its existence by using a new character to ask fascinating questions about the nature of consciousness.
The sequel buries its stars Chris Hemsworth and Tessa Thompson in a convoluted plot that adds up to 114 minutes of nothing in particular.
Cord cutters will soon need several subscriptions to watch all their favorite movies and shows—and the cost could look like the dreaded cable bill.
Joe Talbot’s painterly drama tells the story of a man grappling with the loss of the home he grew up in.
Dark Phoenix draws from epic source material, but the momentum drained out of this particular series long ago.
The Season 5 episode about a pair of gamers who fall in love considers how digital worlds can warp people’s self-image.
The Netflix show’s fifth season shines brightest with a bizarre and intermittently compelling bit of pop-music melodrama.
The Netflix show’s latest run stumbles with a plodding tale about the indifference of social-media companies.
The feature-length coda to HBO’s acclaimed frontier show ties off the last season’s plot threads while telling a story that stands on its own.
The new film about the life of Elton John thrives on the otherworldly qualities of pop that staid biopics often refuse to indulge.
Heidi Schreck’s Tony-nominated Broadway show is as “messy” and full of contradictions as the founding document itself.
Refreshingly free of stereotype, Olivia Wilde’s wonderful film Booksmart should easily join the teen-movie canon.
Disney’s live-action remake of the 1992 animated classic is a special-effects-laden extravaganza that comes off as clumsy and half-hearted.
George R. R. Martin insists that the final entries in his fantasy series are still coming—even though HBO has finished telling his story first.
Three Atlantic writers discuss the HBO epic’s divisive series finale, which tries to break the wheel one last time.
The send-off to Season 44 might end up functioning as a send-off to a particularly toothless era for Saturday Night Live.