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Chance turns on the charm for his first Saturday Night Live hosting gig.
Is anyone really good enough for Jane?
This show has been planned with the precision of the Normandy invasion.
The show is stalling for time with only hours left to wrap up its story.
How were they allowed to show that on television?
How great was it to see Alex Karev tending to tiny children again?
The theme of this week’s episode: Who’s the least obnoxious character?
The doc brings you into Jim Carrey’s head in a way that Man on the Moon didn’t.by
Julia Roberts, Owen Wilson, and Jacob Tremblay tug insistently on our heartstrings.by
It feels like a movie-length binge-watch, which makes its home on Netflix peculiarly appropriate.by
But it has at least one great song.by
It’s as if the actors know they’re coming from behind.by
The Chilean awards contender is a little too chilly for its own good.by
Kenneth Branagh’s update on the classic story is a good bet for those unfamiliar, but a bit of a snooze otherwise.by
Denis Villeneuve’s vision is more sentimental and less striking than Blade Runner.by David Edelstein
The reboot tries to build on one of TV’s biggest soapy fortunes, rather than leech of it like a trust fund brat.by Matt Zoller Seitz
After years out of the spotlight, the pop-country singer returns to a markedly different musical landscape.by Craig Jenkins
A technical gimmick undermines the material instead of enhancing it.by Sara Holdren
Louis C.K. remained the elephant in the room.
She’s a veteran apologizer.
“What makes us different is what makes us great,” del Toro said.
A forbidden affair.
“It’s not good to put stock in a celebrity. Enjoy their work, but know their lives are fucked up.”
The duo allegedly also have a long history of coercing women into sex.
Why Pamela Adlon’s brilliant show could be better without the participation of Louis C.K.
Crews is putting him on blast.
He does everything painfully wrong during this Wikileaks meeting.
“It was good!”
The first Indian-American to run a show, Kaling has to know the cruelty of the speed of change more than most.
“Every night, I turn the TV on and cry / I feel like we’re all going to die.”
“Oh, come on, he didn’t know anything — he was only 55.”
“We regret this decision with every fiber of our being.”
“We’ve come up with this notion of 50/50 by 2020.”
“What we think about superheroes is wrong,” says the writer.
He got to work out his nerves during filming with a good, hard slap to the face.