For decades, the media have chronicled a Hollywood mega-producer’s reputation as a bully—and even praised him for it.
The monster film is all action, no meaning. What a relief.
For years, The Bachelor has been losing sight of the fantasy that made it so beloved. Now many of its most loyal fans have had enough.
Superfans campaigned for a do-over of a 2017 film. They got a four-hour runtime—and only a slightly better movie.
Disney’s new film is the latest to draw on the real world to create a fictional land. But well-intentioned details can carry a story only so far.
How a strangely uncategorizable and undefinable show became the new appointment viewing
Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon. Slumdog Millionaire. Parasite. And now, Minari. For years, Asian performers have been overlooked for awards, even when they star in critically acclaimed films.
The show felt lost in time. The winners did not.
The artist’s first release from her re-recording project is much more than a nostalgia play. It’s a love letter.
The show may have become less topical lately, but its earnest streak has made room for its cast to shine.
The Netflix film has talented stars and gorgeous cinematography. Unfortunately, it’s like watching two sentient think pieces scream at each other.
What do Bridgerton, DeuxMoi, and Dickinson have in common? They capture the new appeal of anonymous gossip.
So far, the Disney+ show is telling a story not about an epic struggle to save humanity, but about one woman’s efforts to save herself from her grief.
The incident on location for Mission: Impossible 7 is indicative of how film sets have become pressure cookers during the pandemic.
Head writers weigh in on how comedy could change as the country transitions to a new administration.
The year’s most distinct and worthwhile series
Twenty years after becoming an LGBTQ icon for her role in But I’m a Cheerleader, the director Clea DuVall has broken records with Happiest Season, a rom-com about queer joy.
Cultural institutions have faced hard questions about racial inclusivity for decades. This year, they might finally provide some answers.
In its fourth season, the Netflix drama is sharper than ever as it paints a portrait of an out-of-touch ruler caught off guard by change.
The comedian went viral for “playing Trump,” but in her new Netflix special, Everything’s Fine, she shows how unusual her comedic taste can be.