The rookie season of AMC’s politically fueled drama hits hardest when it speaks truth to realistic power.
Articles by Caroline Siede
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.
A little inter-cast chemistry goes a long way in this lighthearted Netflix offering.
A female-centric series that isn’t just about the world of its female protagonist, but about the world, period.
This ensemble rom-com aimed at older moviegoers doesn’t give its venerable actors enough to do.
An effective (if surface-level) rallying cry for the value of our most outspoken Supreme Court Justice.
The laughs almost manage to overcome the scattershot message in this throwback rom-com.
The CW series offers something few other superhero properties do: meaningful relationships between women.
Abbi Jacobson and Dave Franco give standout turns in this brief, naturalistic drama.