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Why even have fantasy suites? This whole show is a fantasy suite.
Would Nashville dare end with Avery and Juliette not together?
We’ve officially reached that fussy stage of getting granular with our remaining queens.
What a great way to end a surprisingly emotional and wonderful season.
Even for reality TV, this is a manipulated farce.
How dare this show make me feel something for Ben Higgins?
This is why the ladies of Beverly Hills don’t get wasted.
The Jason Bateman–starring comedy is better than it needs to be, thanks to sharp setups and a few great performances.by
Alex Garland’s searingly personal variation on Jeff VanderMeer’s novel has structure issues, but the ending knocks it out of the park.by
Toni Erdmann director Maren Ade produced Valeska Grisebach’s culture-clash drama.by
Any film flooded with this level of emotion is worthy of our respect — and our tears.by
Chadwick Boseman is simply magnetic as T’Challa, the African king fighting evil in the guise of a wildcat.by
Writer-director Sally Potter returns with a brief and darkly amusing specimen of the dinner-party-from-hell subgenre.by
The tragic romantic comedy is another low point on a promising actor’s résumé.by
Toni Erdmann director Maren Ade produced Valeska Grisebach’s culture-clash drama.by Emily Yoshida
Atlanta Robbin’ Season is the warped reflection that an absurd country deserves.by Matt Zoller Seitz
Angela Meade glides through one musical triple lutz after another.by Justin Davidson
The subject from episode four will marry his partner, Andre.
Plus, Adeyemi on the pressures of writing one of the most anticipated books of the year, and why she’s bored by Lord of the Rings.
It’s currently called Bitter Wheat and there’s an actor interested in the lead role.
“I dropped out of middle school. I don’t technically have a GED or a diploma. I am self-educated.”
“She’s an amazing woman.”
“Nobody’s going to know me better than myself, and I think I’m f*cking sweet!”
“This is the first film ever in the Western world about Marx.”
“THEN I fell in love.”
Watch this show from Momofuku’s David Chang. But seriously, don’t do it without snacks.
Both Jones and the streaming service could use a home-run film right now.
“It made 2017 a very long year.”
The queerness of “Make Me Feel” is explicit, ecstatic, and self-directed.
Alex Garland added new creatures, new tech, and more to his interpretation of Jeff VanderMeer’s novel.
Joshua Dysart will be writing the new comics mini-series.
It’s why she was smiling through the disappointment.
We got ahold of the cast’s depositions in this lawsuit, before they even happened.