‘Be honest’: Victoria Beckham gets called out by husband for saying her family was ‘working class’ in new doc
A new Netflix doc about David Beckham provides a look at how wife Victoria views being 'working class.'
On Oct 5, 2023 by Audra Schroeder
‘Depp v. Heard’ looks back at ‘trial by TikTok,’ but offers no new insight
Depp v. Heard is too close to its source material to offer any new context.
On Aug 24, 2023 by Audra Schroeder
Netflix’s ‘The Deepest Breath’ plunges us into the water and never lets go
'The Deepest Breath' scratches the itch of stressing yourself out while watching people attempt dangerous feats.
On Jul 20, 2023 by Michelle Jaworski
‘Break the Game’ offers an immersive window into a familiar topic
One streamer's attempt to break a world record opens a window into online isolation.
On Jun 16, 2023 by Michelle Jaworski
‘Stan Lee’ isn’t interested in anything but glamorizing Stan Lee
It's Stan Lee's life story in his own words.
On Jun 15, 2023 by Michelle Jaworski
Review: ‘The New Americans: Gaming A Revolution’ is a meme-fueled tale of two mobs
The story is told in the fast-paced internet language that drives it.
On Mar 15, 2023 by Mariam Sharia
Netflix’s ‘Sr.’ is a personal (albeit unfocused) view into a beloved counterculture director
A loving portrait of a father spearheaded by his famous son.
On Dec 5, 2022 by Michelle Jaworski
‘Fire of Love’ blends volcanic wonder with an emotional love story
The documentary is now streaming on Disney+.
On Nov 15, 2022 by Michelle Jaworski
Netflix’s ‘Descendant’ is a prescient unveiling of a legacy long suppressed
It's about much more than a discovered slave ship.
On Oct 24, 2022 by Michelle Jaworski
Matt Walsh fans are trolling Eventbrite for canceling screenings of his transphobic documentary
They are very mad.
On Sep 8, 2022 by Claire Goforth
‘Halftime’ is a fascinating but conventional view as Jennifer Lopez takes on 2 career highlights
She pulls back the curtain during a rather momentous few months in her life.
On Jun 17, 2022 by Michelle Jaworski
‘The Janes’ is a look into the past—but its mind is on the future
The organization worked in secret and performed more than 11,000 abortions before Roe v. Wade.
On Jun 9, 2022 by Michelle Jaworski
Did the Daily Wire actually get hit with a DDoS attack during the launch of its transphobic new documentary?
Some people are skeptical.
On Jun 3, 2022 by Claire Goforth
‘Navalny’ is a tense watch that has the feel of a thriller
The Russian opposition leader is front and center.
On May 26, 2022 by Michelle Jaworski