‘Ted Lasso’ Season 3 Episode 4: Spill Your Guts (RECAP)
I think it’s the beginning of some characters being cracked open in ways that will benefit them in the long run.
“You Should Feel“: An Interview With the Oscar-Nominated Cinematographers of ‘All That Breathes’
The documentary “All That Breathes,” set in New Delhi, tells the story of two brothers, Nadeem and Saud, who attempt to save the black kite (Milvus migrans) with their makeshift hospital’s limited resources.
‘The Mandalorian’ Season 3 Episode 3: Amnesty (RECAP)
Although the idea of giving us insight into what an amnesty program might look like is compelling, the execution for ‘The Mandalorian’ Season 3 Episode 3 just feels a little drawn out.
‘Yellowjackets’ Season 2 Episode 1: Things Are Getting Frightening (REVIEW)
Yellowjackets Season 2 has taken a big bite – of new characters, new plots, and new conflict. It’s yet to be seen whether the show can digest it.
‘Rabbit Hole’ Is A Surprising Thriller With A Few Standard Flaws (REVIEW)
Rabbit Hole mostly passes for me, with its solid performances and intriguing story overshadowing some of its weaker characterizations.
‘Ted Lasso’ Season 3 Episode 3: Gay Rights! (RECAP)
“4-5-1” continues Ted Lasso Season 3’s hot streak with plenty of conflict, comedy, and the seeds of future drama. (Also, gay rights!)
‘Daisy Jones & The Six’ Eps. 7-8: Love is the Drug (REVIEW)
It took awhile to get here, but Daisy Jones & The Six is finally examining the fallout of the rocky relationships that took so much time and care to establish.
‘Succession’ Season 4 Episode 1: It’s My Party and I’ll Fuck Off if I Want To (RECAP)
It’s Logan vs. Everybody, everybody! Succession’s fourth season premiere sets the entire table for the massive showdown to come.
Kramer Morgenthau of ‘Creed III’ on Director Michael B. Jordan and Crafting the Film’s Look
“I think performance is everything in a dramatic movie. I think in today’s big box office movies, human drama has actually become more rare.”
Roy Kent Is Not The Perfect Man – And That’s Okay
He doesn’t think his feelings matter because he doesn’t think he matters. So Ted Lasso’s Roy Kent shuts down, refusing to let himself feel anything—good or bad.