Soul is yet another homerun not just for director Pete Docter, who is almost scary good at this point, but also one of Pixar's best.
Wonder Woman 1984 had some impossible shoes to fill, but, in the end, this extremely bloated sequel has some fun moments but is overall just another
Rebecca has some big shoes to fill with the classic novel and an award-winning Hitchcock adaptation, and this Netflix adaption falls pretty short.
Tenet is trying to be deep but the convoluted storyline means we have homoeroticism with fantastic menswear in between awesome set pieces.
Mulan is by far the best of live-action Disney remakes as it takes a familiar story and twists it to create something that truly makes it feel new and epic.
The New Mutants takes way too long to get going, does way more telling than showing, but is ultimately a mediocre entry into an inconsistent franchise.
Dollhouse: The Eradication of Female Subjectivity from American Popular Culture. Yes, it's a long title, but documentaries have long titles, and I enjoy
If you are into urban flair musicals with a twist, Hamilton is likely to become a new staple of your playlists and watch-lists.
Irresistible isn't your typical comedy or even political satire. But with an amazing cast, Jon Stewart delivers a gut punch to our politics.
A Ballad of Songbirds and Snakes was enjoyable and gave me answers to questions I didn't even think to ask. That is what a good prequel should do.
Host/comedian Nicole Byer and co-host Chef Jacques Torres are back for yet another round of Netflix's Nailed It!, as we look at the first half of season 4.
Netflix's Castlevania returned with season 3 last month, but was it worth the wait? Here's our thoughts on Trevor, Sypha, and Alucard's new adventures.
AMC's "The Walking Dead" aired it's unoffical tenth season finale "The Tower," a strong, commendable effort that builds towards later-this-year's finale.
A very exciting finale of Food Network's Tournament of Champions, where the randomizer proved a brutal punisher by pairing truly unconventional items.
Once & Future, from Boom Studios, was compiled and has enough packed between its pages to attract any history buff or mythology aficionado.