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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.
Chastain is a strong first-time host, but she’s stuck in a weak episode.
The beauty of High Maintenance is its depiction of a humane urban community, even amid tragedy.
It was only a matter of time before Laurel’s dad showed up and ruined everything.
Scandal is the last show on Earth that should be trying a misdirect like this episode does.
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
Burnham’s directorial breakout is masterful, and it’s rivaled only by the breakout performance of its 14-year-old star Elsie Fisher.by
Hahn and Paul Giamatti star in a comedy (of sorts) about a couple whose relentlessly unsuccessful attempts to conceive are stressing them out.by
Steven Soderbergh tells a story of a ski-town murder and intentionally doesn’t fill in all the blanks.by Jen Chaney
On the Good One podcast, Pete Holmes talks about his signature bit about wearing a Green Eggs and Ham shirt to the airport.
“I really wanted to NOT be not a drinker.”
She now shares bragging rights with Beyoncé.
You can put money on these winners repeating.
Director Brian Taylor talks about the line you walk when you decide to make a movie about infanticide.
What can’t he do?
The quarter-hour special offers viewers a different set length than seen anywhere else on TV.
We hope it’s only through flashbacks.
“There’s always a story to how you f*ck.”
Haddish tells the story of the Monuments Men, gets drunk, and laughs so much.
Everett explains how Wilde was both crucified and resurrected.
If you only watch one episode of Electric Dreams, pick “The Commuter.”
The big differences between the Freddie Highmore Doctor Show and the Matt Czuchry Doctor Show.
Thanks to her kids.