“You can deny truth, but that doesn’t mean it’s gonna go away.”
Like every Errol Morris project, Wormwood is obsessed with seeking the truth.
From Twin Peaks and The Leftovers to BoJack Horseman and Girls.
It’s as if Mickey Rourke’s character from Sin City had been pasted into Who Framed Roger Rabbit.
Matt Zoller Seitz chooses his favorite TV shows of the year.
The second season is just as appealing as the first, and a bit sharper overall.
Lee does his thing, and you can take it or leave it.
“There were some very interesting discussions among the writers sometimes that were split by gender.”
The TBS series is dealing with a lot of baby Walter Whites.
Why Pamela Adlon’s brilliant show could be better without the participation of Louis C.K.
The Marvel series has a childlike worship of Frank Castle’s flamboyant bloodlust.
The Hulu comedy Future Man is not unwatchable, but it’s pretty bad.
These stories change our perception of C.K.’s work. It’s not only unavoidable, it’s a necessary part of processing art and coming to terms with it.
“I would argue in a very basic way that it’s a completely different thing from a video game.”
“I made a living in the ’60s doing anything you could do attached to show business.”
The series’s larger vision never snaps into focus.
Big Little Lies, Master of None, Twin Peaks, and more.
Only the show’s mix of compassion and bleak humor prevents it from being a total bummer.
Outside of Argentina, the late actor was best known for his work with del Toro.
Matt Zoller Seitz talks to Patton Oswalt about loss, life, and comedy.
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