A high-concept comedy that excels thanks to its cast’s total commitment to the premise.
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The long-awaited sequel makes the most of its place in a new, superhero-filled world.
A kindhearted but tonally inconsistent queer coming-of-age story that’s best when it’s sincere.
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American Horror Story creator Ryan Murphy unveils what could become the bravest LGBT show on television.
A lean, brutally effective sci-fi thriller that matches its clever gimmick with well-considered action.
It might be best for everyone – creators and audience alike – to pack up the stair car and move on.
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Summer used to be a boring wasteland when it came to TV. Not anymore.
A wealth of style can’t rescue this derivative fetishization of ’90s crime movie tropes.
Charlize Theron and Mackenzie Davis make for a perfectly unorthodox onscreen duo.
Chloe Zhao’s lyrical feature is a superb showcase for the talents of her untrained cast.
These movies prove that sequels can be up to the task of making us laugh.