I started watching “Superstore” a few seasons into its run.
“Nomadland” follows a pensive woman named Fern (Frances McDormand) as she wanders across the western United States.
It’s remarkable what low expectations can yield.
I found the first half of this film more interesting than the second half.
I’m glad I took some time to process “Derek DelGaudio’s In & Of Itself” before writing down my thoughts.
The first 2/3rds of “The Lovebirds” is a series of comedy riffs.
This is a cute and clunky holiday film.
What is this movie?
“Interview with the Vampire” is campy and dark and borderline Grand Guignol. And those are the things I like about it.
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.
After muddling my way through the high-priced action fair on Netflix—and lamenting how none if it is particularly good—I went into this Hulu movie with trepidation.
This is a brilliant show with the best cast on TV.
The “Parks and Rec” cast came together for a quarantine reunion episode.
The visuals and soundtrack of this show are truly innovative. But the story? Not so much.
Taika Waititi is a fascinating director.
Pretty damn great.
Season two of “Killing Eve” isn’t as good as season one.
OH MY GOD. THIS SHOW KILLS ME.
Great writing and characters that benefitted a lot in the 4th season (on Hulu) by no longer being burdened by 20+-episode seasons.