I don’t understand why this movie exists. It’s a perfectly fine action trifle and it’s perhaps the best of the recent “Terminator” films. But was there a great thirst for another “Terminator” installment?
It’s such a shame Heath Ledger died.
Season two of “The Boys” carried on the bloody and silly nonsense of season one, which is good because that combination worked well.
I burned through the sixth and final season of “Schitt’s Creek” and now I wish there was just a little bit more.
Alphabet Squadron is the first in a three-book “Star Wars” series that’s set after the Battle of Endor.
I started watching “Ted Lasso” because early reviews were positive. Surprisingly positive.
They thought de-aging technology was far enough along to have Will Smith play a current and younger version of himself in the same film. They were wrong.
The Ringer has a tremendous oral history of “Best in Show” that coincides with the film’s 20th anniversary.
This was renamed “The Take” after being released in theaters as “Bastille Day.”
I’m confused by this film.