The defining characteristic of “The Crown” is that it has empathy for every character.
“Easy A” is a bad movie that’s transformed into a decent movie through the sheer likability of Emma Stone.
“Derry Girls” is a wonderful show: funny, heartfelt, and of a place (Northern Ireland) and a time (the ‘90s) that aren’t what you typically see in a comedy.
The guests in season three of David Letterman’s long-form interview show are all notable: Kim Kardashian West, Robert Downey Jr., Dave Chappelle, and Lizzo.
“Toss a coin to your witcher …”
I burned through the sixth and final season of “Schitt’s Creek” and now I wish there was just a little bit more.
This was renamed “The Take” after being released in theaters as “Bastille Day.”
I’m confused by this film.
Never before have I had to consult reference material while watching a show.
“The Old Guard” has an interesting idea.
This documentary series got a lot of attention because the subjects are larger than life characters.
Dave Chappelle put out a 30-minute performance in the wake of the George Floyd murder and subsequent protests.
I really enjoyed season one of “Dead to Me.” The performances were fantastic and the underlying mystery was well constructed.
This movie has a promising start, but it degrades into a muddled mess of action and double crosses.
This is an excellent show made by an excellent cast.
I’d only seen “The Social Network” once before, but I was inspired to watch it again after it popped up on a lot of the “best of the 2010s” lists.
This is the worst movie I’ve ever seen.
I liked parts of this movie but I didn’t like the movie itself.
“Extraction” has great action sequences, but the story isn’t much of anything and it’s clear it wasn’t meant to be.
Since I gravitate toward genre material or comedy, even I can’t fully understand why “The Crown” is one of my favorite shows. But it is.
I watched season one of “Altered Carbon” a long time ago. I wasn’t expecting season two because this show must be expensive to produce.
I started watching “Narcos” when it was still a novelty to watch original shows on Netflix and I didn’t have an ever-growing list of stuff I want to watch.
I appreciate the obvious skill of this film, but I don’t understand the fixation and infatuation with bad men doing bad things.
I don’t know what this is. It’s technically a movie.
What happens when Netflix gives Michael Bay a blank check and an R rating?
I remember when I first saw the ad for this show. Eugene Levy? A punny title? No thanks. But … I was wrong.
It’s just a fun, dumb, show.
I like to think I’m pretty good at following twisty mythology, and I’ve got a real soft spot for time travel, but toward the end of season two I got really confused.