These movies prove that sequels can be up to the task of making us laugh.
Articles by Clint Worthington
Broken Lizard’s sequel to their 2001 cult hit feels leftover from a very different comic era.
The sci-fi reboot joins the likes of Black Panther, Annihilation, and A Wrinkle in Time.
Al Pacino does standout work as the disgraced Penn State football coach in this HBO movie.
Noah Hawley speaks to his audience with a very physical vocabulary.
The four-and-a-half hour documentary is a fascinating, complex portrait of the late comic.
The filmography of an American master, from Indy to the Extra-Terrestrial.
These are the complex, layered, and deep teens who always kept us glued to the screen.
There’s always room for Danny Boyle and Ridley Scott at the table.
The latest from the Workaholics crew feels several years too late to the party.
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Plus, insights into the show’s upcoming second season.
Claire Foy’s anxious performance is just one highlight of Steven Soderbergh’s latest.