Sarah Lancashire and James Norton are as great as ever in the uneven but engrossing final season of the UK crime favorite.
By Farah Cheded
From Cannes, Farah Cheded reviews Martin Scorsese’s latest.
By Meg Shields
Say it with me: The eye is not a camera!
By Rob Hunter
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Leslie Harris’ debut film, featuring a knock-out performance by Ariyan A. Johnson, hasn’t lost a hint of its revolutionary spirit since it was first released in 1993.
Elle Fanning and Nicholas Hoult are as good as ever in the third season of The Great, but some of the show’s cyclical plots are running on fumes.
The best episode of ‘Black Mirror’ takes a detour to the ‘80s to tell a timeless queer love story.
We chat with the comedy troupe about their new Medieval comedy ‘Quasi’ and the miracle of seeing their words transformed into live-action.
As Beverly Sutphin, Turner surfaces the seedier side of the picture-perfect suburban housewife in John Waters’ cult classic.
The new FBI sci-fi series Class of ‘09 fails to make a strong impression, despite boasting some signature FX (on Hulu) aesthetics.
15 years after the MCU began, we chat with the actor about his gnarly but somewhat forgotten entry in Marvel’s rise to superhero cinematic dominance.