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In 100 years, when our great-great grandchildren look back at our time and wonder when our empire fell, I will point at this episode of The Bachelor.
Set in New York City at the end of the Gilded Age, The Alienist is Sherlock Holmes by way of Hannibal.
James is totally overreacting to a silly prank.
A lot is happening on TEOTFW, and all of it is bad for Jamie and Alyssa.
Kenya is on a mission to prove that she’s the most charitable.
“Vaulting Ambition” is just chockablock with twists and the promise of more twists to come.
“Ghosts” is a fitting title for such a shadowy episode.
Michael Shannon and Hilary Swank are superb in Elizabeth Chomko’s debut feature film as stressed-out siblings watching their mother’s memory dissolve.by
Craig William Macneill’s biopic on 19th-century ax murderer Lizzie Borden fails to find the juiciest parts of a famously fascinating story.by
Her first narrative feature since launching Jennifer Lawrence in Winter’s Bone tells the story of a father and daughter living in the wilderness.by
In her collaboration with director Wash Westmoreland, Knightley plays a gifted French novelist whose husband publicly takes credit for her work.by
Jesse Peretz’s adaptation of Nick Hornby’s novel explores what happens when a superfan’s idol and girlfriend strike up a relationship of their own.by
Gus Van Sant’s latest, co-starring Jonah Hill and Jack Black, tells the story of John Callahan, a quadriplegic cartoonist recovering from alcoholism.by
Gyllenhaal is complex and empathetic in a tale of a woman looking to give her life some purpose.by
Her first narrative feature since launching Jennifer Lawrence in Winter’s Bone tells the story of a father and daughter living in the wilderness.by David Edelstein
Steven Soderbergh tells a story of a ski-town murder and intentionally doesn’t fill in all the blanks.by Jen Chaney
Michael Shannon and Hilary Swank are superb in Elizabeth Chomko’s debut feature film as stressed-out siblings watching their mother’s memory dissolve.
Jason Jones, co-creator and star of the TBS show, discusses the destructive opening sequence of the season-three premiere.
It’s proof that superhero cinema doesn’t need to play so safe.
“Rip his balls off!”
For all its failings as a 1998 feminist film, it inadvertently kinda works as a 2018 one.
The accusations clearly had an effect on James Franco’s Best Actor bid.
And the stories behind five of them.
The 90th Academy Awards will take place on March 4.
“We have beautiful golf courses here, Mr. President. Please come cheat on them.”
Dare you dream of Gordon Bombay’s glorious return?
One play tight and tense, the other shaggy and powerful. Neither is the one you’d think.
The singer has cancelled the upcoming leg of his 50th Anniversary Tour.
He also sat in to play some jazz drums, as one does while biding time ahead of a sexual assault retrial.
Is it too late to go back and change the title to True Detective 1896?
The new AMC series shows the Royal Navy way out of its element.
Flames … on the side of Ryan Reynolds’s face … breathing … breathless …heaving breaths …
“Violatin’ the Treaty of Versailles.”