Hamilton is an ambitious attempt at chronicling one of the most notoriously turbulent times in politics, and it is a pure, hypnotising spectacle
Homemade, which is largely composed of personal diaries and philosophical reflections, is a rare peek into the restless head of artists, and by extension, a peek into our own minds
The desire to shock and the desire to evoke laughter are quite different, and the difference is glaring in this 50 minute comedy special
The reboot of Rod Serling’s classic 1959 anthology series of the same name is a mixed bag of episodes with far too few good ones
David Dobkin’s film aims to be so offensive that the viewer is pummelled into ridiculed submission
Four African American war veterans returning to Vietnam to retrieve the remains of their fallen comrade… and a hidden treasure
Kenneth Branagh’s Artemis Fowl is a hollow, reductive film with dull drama separating average set pieces which will likely leave fans of the books enraged.
This one is more graphic, less hurried, and less invested in its characters, but really, who is here for the characterization?
A Guns-n-Doses heist saga of bloodshed and drugs in the midst of a totalitarian police state, is a mess you just don’t care for, and rarely understand
The charm never really wears off, because the show plays out like a hybrid of parodying the future while simultaneously marvelling at it
Director Pablo Larrain’s jugglery of colors, music, dance and visuals overtakes the emotional undercurrents of the story. But I would urge you to stay with the film
All Bad Education does is spew facts on the screen like a stylised documentary, which, only for a brief moment, was entertaining