Impeccably researched, honest, and raw in its ache, Henderson has crafted a gem of a paradox with her documentary, which at once honors and frustrates its form.
Season five of What We Do In The Shadows finds its power in finally giving Guillermo, and the audience, what it has wanted for so long.
It’s an ode to the Christmas specials of days of yore – just Waddingham, a big band, some of her nearest and dearest, and of course, her big voice.
All we know so far is that between Stella and Cory, one has to go. I know who my winner is. And she looks stunning in Valentino.
The Hunger Games: The Ballad of Songbirds and Snakes makes it through as becoming one of the more memorable films of 2023.
Greta Lee is, once again, my highlight of the season. I wouldn’t be surprised if, in the long run, Stella is the best we’ll get from this show, the buck wild writing notwithstanding, with the marvelous Lee’s acting spectrum on full display.
Popularly lauded as a feminist masterpiece, Poor Things is less like a manifesto and more like an elevated sex comedy.
All in all, Taylor Swift: The Eras Tour is a cinematic milestone. There is a genuine joy to everything this tour stands for.
The “pandemic jet lag” (my very own non-dictionary-approved concept of remembering the pandemic) is real once you finish this episode.
It looks like The Morning Show stopped taking notes from Succession and Showtime’s long-forgotten Billions and started taking notes from Riverdale.