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John Paul Getty is more and more hateable with each episode.
“Akane No Mai” is the best episode of Westworld yet.
We have ourselves a new (well, “new”) pair of Big Bads for the remainder of the season.
Emma and Lyn’s relationship takes center stage.
Eve sets out to learn what made Villanelle into a killer.
The former head writer and Weekend Update host comes back for a funny, satisfying victory lap.
“Where do you sit if you used to be in love with the bride but then the groom beat you up and put you in the hospital?”
Hirokazu Kore-Eda delivers another layered, intimate story, this time about a poor Japanese family that lovingly kidnaps an abused girl.by
Kevin Macdonald’s film attempts to deconstruct Whitney Houston without ever really painting a compelling portrait of her.by
Lebanese filmmaker Nadine Labaki’s tragic childhood tale is fabulous filmmaking, but a lot to endure.by
Saoirse Ronan stars in another Ian McEwan adaptation, but don’t hold your breath for another Atonement.by
John Cameron Mitchell’s new movie has a great logline, but poor execution.by
Lee Chang-dong’s moody mystery is based on a Haruki Murakami short story.by
If this is the Girls Trip of 2018, we’re not doing so shabby after all.by
Saoirse Ronan stars in another Ian McEwan adaptation, but don’t hold your breath for another Atonement.by Emily Yoshida
Somewhere between a truthful portrait of human suffering and a genre exercise.by Sara Holdren
On Sunday’s 60 Minutes, an unnamed woman accused the disgraced celebrity chef of allegedly drugging and assaulting her in 2005.
The wait is over and oh, well, also continues.
“I started slowly learning how to train myself to just cut all emotions out and just get rid of them entirely so I could be this serene presence.”
And who says the girl group is dead?
Kelly Clarkson had to wear earmuffs.
So, about Shogunworld…
“You get put in some pretty perverse situations on this show.”
She blessed us with “Nasty,” “If,” and “Throb.”
“I stand with those women and with those men equally outraged by discrimination.”
They performed “Youth” with Shawn Mendes and Khalid.
They performed in front of an eclipse to eclipse each other.
Don’t even get her started on their eyes or their mouth or their mom.
“And I had no idea! No idea.”
“Let’s have a moment of action.”
DuVernay told Queen Sugar fans at Vulture Festival that there were always hints about Blue Bordelon’s paternity.
In the end, however, Deadpool 2 couldn’t defeat its real opponent: the other Deadpool.