Why ‘Ant-Man and the Wasp’ is my favorite Marvel movie
In a vast ocean of Marvel people, the second Ant-Man installment perfects the recipe.
Netflix’s ‘A Land Imagined’ is a moody noir with an engrossing mystery
Yeo Siew Hua's thriller asks a lot of questions.
Netflix’s ‘The Perfect Date’ is a good rom-com but far from perfect
The latest Noah Centineo flick feels like it made by an algorithm.
Netflix’s ‘The Silence’ is an apocalyptic snoozefest
Not even Stanely Tucci and Kiernan Shipka can save this turkey.
‘Suzzanna: Buried Alive’ is a revenge thriller that lacks bite
Some well-placed gore can't salvage the paper-thin characters and flimsy plotting.
Kevin Hart hasn’t changed much in ‘Irresponsible’
Why should Hart change if his product can be this good?
‘The Legend of Cocaine Island’ is a stylish drug doc that lacks substance
The true-crime doc desperately wants to entertain, but it comes up short.
Every installment of Hulu’s ‘Into the Dark,’ ranked
The holiday-themed anthology series has its highs and lows.
‘Into the Dark: I’m Just F*cking with You’ is one of the series’ best
A quiet night at an empty motel turns into an April Fool's Day that Larry will never forget.
Netflix’s ‘Juanita’ is a run-of-the-mill dramedy with a fine performance from Alfre Woodard
This is a conventional story told in a conventional manner.
‘Into the Dark: Treehouse’ tries to blend social commentary and horror, with mixed results
The latest in Hulu's horror anthology series fumbles its attempts at #MeToo messaging.
‘The Widow’ is a lifeless thriller that struggles to make an impact
'The Widow' has all the ingredients of a good show, but it can’t bring them together in a meaningful way.
Netflix’s ‘Paris Is Us’ follows one woman’s quest for emotional authenticity
Anna just wants to have valuable experiences—but are those experiences even real?
Mark Duplass and Ray Romano transcend the typical bromance in ‘Paddleton’
Two best friends grapple with a terminal cancer diagnosis in this heartfelt dramedy.
‘Yucatán’ is a caper comedy that’s long on cons but short on laughs
You could give 'Yucatán' a chance. Or you could just watch 'Ocean's Eleven.'
‘Lorena’ deserves to be your new true crime obsession
Joshua Rofe contextualizes the case of Lorena and John Wayne Bobbitt within American culture.