'Cat on a Hot Tin Roof' is a lasting testament to cultural damage of Hays Code censorship.
A small-scale Australian drama that strikes at the heart of middle-class unease.
For audiences, be they hapless parents or a group of friends looking for something ironically funny to watch, Trolls World Tour is nothing short of a nightmare.
A visual treat that settles for great when it is capable of extraordinary.
Bob and Linda Belcher have the kind of romance we all want: full of support, communication, and love.
'Children of the Sea' soars when the narrative is minimal and the outlandish, animation driven storytelling takes center stage.
Precise and innovative, Gints Zilbalodis' feature debut is a tour de force that marks him as a talent to watch.
In the five years since its debut, Patrick McHale’s 10-episode miniseries, Over the Garden Wall, proven to be one of the most enduring depictions of life in the 21st century, grappling with
Downton Abbey is less of a triumphant victory lap and more of a gentle stroll, a pleasant conversation of a film, reassuring you that it’s ok that things finish as long as
"Weathering With You" operates in the realms of high melodrama, where feelings dictate the story and love always triumphs.
Lucio Castro’s directorial debut is a powerfully woven gay romance and defined by its modernity. The story Castro chooses to tell could only exist in 2019.