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'Westworld': TV Review
'Westworld': TV Review
This ambitious, intriguing reimagining is packed with more ideas than initially meet the eye.
'Crisis in Six Scenes': TV Review
'Crisis in Six Scenes': TV Review
Woody Allen's highly anticipated foray into television (via Amazon) stars Miley Cyrus, Elaine May and Allen himself in the story of a young 1960s radical and the elderly couple she moves in with.
'The Exorcist': TV Review
'The Exorcist': TV Review
Fox's series based on the horror classic stars Geena Davis as a woman convinced there's a demon haunting her immaculate house.
'Lethal Weapon': TV Review
'Lethal Weapon': TV Review
You get what you expect from Fox's 'Lethal Weapon' remake, and that's not a compliment.
'Speechless': TV Review
'Speechless': TV Review
ABC's new comedy about disability manages to avoid being too saccharine, with a major assist from Minnie Driver.
'The Good Place': TV Review
'The Good Place': TV Review
Michael Schur's breezy new comedy on NBC stars Kristen Bell as a terrible person who mistakenly ends up in heaven.
'High Maintenance': TV Review
'High Maintenance': TV Review
A former web cult series reaches the big leagues at HBO — deservedly so, but possibly weighed down by all of its hipster hype.
'Fleabag': TV Review
'Fleabag': TV Review
An exceptionally creative new comedy on Amazon reveals a rising creative force in Brit Phoebe Waller-Bridge.
'Son of Zorn': TV Review
'Son of Zorn': TV Review
This new Fox series has a mostly amusing, offbeat pilot thanks to its concept, but there might not be enough here to make a series.
‘Pyromaniac’: Film Review | TIFF 2016
‘Pyromaniac’: Film Review | TIFF 2016
Erik Skjoldbjaerg (director of the original Norwegian version of 'Insomnia') casts Trond Hjort Nilssen as a teenage fireman who also moonlights as an arsonist in the new psychological thriller 'Pyromaniac.'
'Better Things': TV Review
'Better Things': TV Review
Pamela Adlon steps out of the shadows to create a finely tuned, real and funny portrait of single motherhood.
'Narcos' Season 2: TV Review
'Narcos' Season 2: TV Review
The bloody end is in sight for Pablo Escobar as Netflix's best international series wraps up the narco-terrorist's life story.