I’m confused by this film.
HOOOEEE do I love this show!
I hadn’t realized how sophisticated the IP-to-film process had become until I re-watched 1985’s “Clue.”
The plot of this series is a bit convoluted, but that’s okay because this show floats on the chemistry between Michael Sheen and David Tennant.
I know this movie is ridiculous, but I have always loved it.
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 held off on watching “The Boys” because something about the aesthetic rubbed me the wrong way.
This movie is a little long–it could have been 10 minutes shorter–but it’s a fun and twisty murder mystery with lots of good performances.
This documentary focuses on writer and activist James Baldwin.
This show’s concept is interesting.
This is a bizarre film.
This documentary about “Galaxy Quest” makes me want to rewatch “Galaxy Quest” because I apparently didn’t pay close enough attention the first one or two times.
I decided to watch this again after re-watching “Enemy of the State.”
I held off on watching season three because Midge was a borderline sociopath in seasons one and two.
I started watching this on a plane months ago and didn’t have a chance to finish it until now.
I enjoy historical stories that seek to show the inherently messy nature of democracy, and that the messiness is a feature, not a bug.
“The Spy Who Dumped Me” is a rare R-rated comedy.
I love everything about “The Expanse.” The books are delightful. The series is delightful.
There are parts of this movie that are quite good: Tessa Thompson, Michael B. Jordan, and Sylvester Stallone all give strong performances.
It’s been a very long time since I read a Tom Clancy novel, but my take on Jack Ryan is that he was always the smart-but-reluctant analyst who, by nature of his strong moral compass, found himself amid action (but maybe I’m wrong – or, maybe Ryan evolved into something else in the novels I didn’t read).
This is the final season of this show. I watched every episode in every season and I honestly don’t know what this show wanted to be.
Mindy Kaling wrote and stars in this comedy opposite Emma Thompson. I appreciated that this didn’t turn into a romantic comedy.
Seaon 2 was remarkable. Phoebe Waller-Bridge is a shockingly good writer.