Freshman drama “Will Trent” has become one of ABC’s most promising — and top-rated — series thanks to producer and star Ramon Rodriguez.
In The Handmaid’s Tale’s fourth season, Brutality experienced mutates into a rage, and by the end, it’s all-consuming.
The magic of Ryan Murphy dissipates with his carelessness in American Horror Stories. He seems outrightly bored.
Love, Victor season two explores sexuality in ways that feel monumental, Rachel Hilson continues to be a revelation.
Boss Level, adding another ring to Joe Carnahan’s masculine-fueled directing hand, is a surprising, action-filled film that’s loads of fun.
In Francis Lee’s new film about an acclaimed paleontologist, Mary Anning (Kate Winslet), who embarks on an intense affair with the wife of a scientist in the same field, the ammonite ignites a whole spectrum of desires.
In Lee Daniels’ latest, Andra Day ensures that Billie Holiday’s story is present, affecting, and unwasted. It’s a star-making performance.
Nomadland by writer/director Chloé Zhao is at once life-affirming and generous to the stories that catapult people onto the road.
Hulu’s romantic comedy Palm Springs reinterprets the groundhog day scenario in the heat-stroked desert oasis of Palm Springs, California.
Hulu’s Christmas flick Happiest Season is effortlessly entertaining, openly affectionate, and shows how one family can learn to love in ways they haven’t thought possible.
Hulu’s Proxima is a film that understands we are bound by more than just our physical selves inhabiting space. Our love is weightless beyond what we believe is our capacity to withstand.
There is no understating the power of Hulu’s powerful documentary The Painter and the Thief, directed by Benjamin Ree.
With his new film Bad Hair, a horror satire set in the ’80s, Simien maintains originality in race-centric themes and may even capture a new audience.