‘Nope’ is proof that Jordan Peele is fearless in pushing himself and challenging audiences in his exploration of the horror genre. Continue reading Jordan Peele Aims to Reinvent the Horror Blockbuster with ‘Nope’
Chris Evans’ infectious, diabolical energy shines through the Russo brothers’ big-budgeted, anonymous spectacle. Continue reading ‘The Gray Man’ is Netflix’s Relentlessly, Expensively Fine Spy Thriller
Jeremy Allen White shines in this searing black comedy about a kitchen on the verge of chaos. Continue reading Toxic Work is on the Menu in the Delicious, Brutal Series ‘The Bear’
Netflix is embarking on another ‘Death Note’ project, even though Hollywood has proven they can’t get anime right. Is it time to let it go? Continue reading Why Can’t Hollywood Leave Anime Alone?
Thor’s fourth solo film is a solid, likable entry that is stuck in a minefield of easy laughs, slight thematic beats, and flat visuals. Continue reading ‘Thor: Love and Thunder’ is Marvel’s Weirdest, Wackiest Rom-Com
Baz Luhrmann’s razzle-dazzle excesses may be enough for some people; Elvis deserves more than enough. Continue reading ‘Elvis’ Buries the Electrifying Austin Butler in Dizzying Chaos
Adele’s show-stopping performance at the BRIT Awards – on the cusp of her earth-shattering album ’21’ – crystallized her role in pop music. Continue reading Performances That Pop: Adele at the 2011 BRIT Awards
Antony Starr’s unsettling, riveting performance in “Herogasm” is one of the best across all of television this year. Continue reading Antony Starr in ‘The Boys’ is a Masterclass in Psychological Torment