Pokémon Go and the Great Unknown—David Sims argues that the newest incarnation of Pokémon captures the same spirit of exploration as the original.
Café Society and the Twilight of Woody Allen—Megan Garber discusses how the auteur’s newest film is a metaphor for an artist who might have nothing new left to say.
Was 2016 Ready for an All-Female Ghostbusters?—Sophie Gilbert asks whether a tentpole action remake starring women is too progressive for its times.
Remembering Garry Marshall—David Sims looks back on the career of the founding father of the American sitcom, and the director of Pretty Woman, who died this week at age 81.
Star Trek Beyond Is the Blockbuster America Needs Right Now—David Sims reviews Justin Lin’s rollicking action-adventure sequel, which he calls a paean to unity, teamwork, and the best qualities of humanity.
Mike Birbiglia's Quiet Ambition—Christopher Orr talks with the director of Don’t Think Twice about his comedic path and dodging fame.
Bojack Horseman Is TV’s Smartest, Darkest Sitcom—David Sims relishes the return of TV’s favorite washed-up, booze soaked horse for a third remarkable season.
Shorter Game of Thrones Seasons? Great—Spencer Kornhaber explores how HBO making seven episodes a year could mean an even better finish for the epic series.