The latest update of the classic Dr. Seuss story ramps up the gags and the heart alike.
Articles by Caroline Siede
Disney’s lavish update of the classic ballet prioritizes style over substance at almost every turn.
Tamara Jenkins’ first feature in 11 years is the kind of dramedy with earned emotion beneath its bite.
Dan Fogelman’s knack for high melodrama on television doesn’t carry over to his overwrought feature.
A challenging, compelling, and occasionally frustrating look at the boundaries of artistic creation.
Kristen Bell and Kelsey Grammer excel in this surprisingly deft fishes-out-of-water comedy.
This action-comedy puts the emphasis on the former, even as the latter is usually works best.
The rookie season of AMC’s politically fueled drama hits hardest when it speaks truth to realistic power.
A close look at the life of the late comedian that offers a wealth of personal footage while still feeling incomplete.
Stunning performances and rich visuals prevent the wheels from spinning too much during a transitional season.
One of the MCU’s looser franchises gets a sequel that aims small but hits most of its marks.
They are, to name a few: mothers, murderers, Russian spies, a cowboy, a clergyman, a dirty computer and a Paper Boi.