‘Andor,’ Season 1, Episode 12: Reborn a Rebel (RECAP)
Andor’s first season has taken us on a steady, measured journey of political intrigue.
Mike Flanagan’s ‘The Midnight Club’ Illuminates Friendship and Illness with Grace and Depth (REVIEW)
Despite the uneven mini-stories, it’s impossible not to recommend The Midnight Club to anyone who enjoys character-focused horror, especially about young people.
‘The Last of Us’ Season 1 Episode 4: A Moment of Respite (RECAP)
While the episode is a nice break from the heartbreak, it doesn’t allow our heroes to rest as it introduces new foes.
‘The Mandalorian,’ Season 3, Episode 1: Path to Redemption (RECAP)
While the presentation is clean and simple, it might be a little too simple. I didn’t get a sense of real weight to the exposition like I normally do from the best episodes of The Mandalorian.
A Look at Asexuality and Intimacy in Marija Kavtaradze’s ‘Slow’ (REVIEW)
Titled after the tune of a Leonard Cohen song, Slow was a surprising yet bittersweet delight.
‘Daisy Jones & The Six Eps. 1-3: The Best is Yet to Come (REVIEW)
With solid performances, enviable ‘70s fashion, catchy rock music, and a compelling start to an explosive story, it seems that Daisy Jones & The Six is ready to take the world by storm.
‘Cocaine Bear’ Is A Roaring Good Time (REVIEW)
The movie shows a bear on cocaine and makes you root for the bear with some genuinely funny jokes from a game cast. What more could you want?
‘The Consultant’ is a Lackluster Corporate Thriller (REVIEW)
Despite Christoph Waltz’s usual brilliance, “The Consultant” is a disappointing mess with no narrative direction.
Protect ‘EO’ (REVIEW)
EO is a feat of production, even if its story is not groundbreaking.
‘Rye Lane’ is a Bombastic Black Rom-Com for the Next Generation (REVIEW)
‘Rye Lane’ feels more like a fantasy than any of the new-age romantic comedies that precede it.