Netflix’s ‘The Lovebirds’ is a charming action rom-com
Issa Rae and Kumail Nanjiani’s delightful performances make it a worthwhile watch.
On May 22, 2020 by Morgan Leigh Davies
‘Never Rarely Sometimes Always’ is a powerful film about being a young woman in America
The Sundance hit is now available to watch online.
On Apr 3, 2020 by Morgan Leigh Davies
Netflix’s supernatural ‘Freud’ show is as ridiculous as it sounds
It's pulpy fun but doesn’t engage enough with the father psychoanalysis' ideas.
On Mar 25, 2020 by Morgan Leigh Davies
The Mark Wahlberg-led Netflix film ‘Spenser Confidential’ is an abysmal failure
The new action-comedy is, above all else, an exercise in machismo.
On Mar 8, 2020 by Morgan Leigh Davies
German period drama ‘Babylon Berlin’ continues to shine in season 3
Its depiction of young Nazi party members and the Black Reichswehr are chilling.
On Mar 4, 2020 by Morgan Leigh Davies
Review: Pete Davidson crashes and burns in Netflix stand-up special ‘Alive From New York’
Yes, he talks about Ariana Grande.
On Feb 26, 2020 by Morgan Leigh Davies
Apple TV+’s ‘Mythic Quest’ is an inconsistent mess
Occasionally, glimpses of the sharp political commentary on display in 'It’s Always Sunny' poke out from the morass of 'Mythic Quest.'
On Jan 31, 2020 by Morgan Leigh Davies
The legacies of colonialism loom in Netflix’s new horror show ‘Ares’
The Dutch series follows a secret society of university students.
On Jan 23, 2020 by Morgan Leigh Davies
Rob Delaney’s newest special is Straight White Male comedy at its peak
Rob Delaney’s reliance on tired gender stereotypes in his new special quickly grows old.
On Jan 10, 2020 by Morgan Leigh Davies
Review: Amazon’s ‘The Aeronauts’ fails to reach great heights
The film based on a historical balloon journey doesn't have much to say.
On Dec 24, 2019 by Morgan Leigh Davies