Gosling’s an ideal candidate for the job because he’s a wild card.
McConaughey gave the kind of grade-grubbing performance Anne Hathaway might get raked over the coals for delivering.
Banks couldn’t quite keep the dark clouds at bay, but she tried her best and nobody could’ve done more.
The joke of Donald Trump is neither fun nor funny anymore.
And Larry David does the best Bernie Sanders.
Amy Schumer is unstoppable and seemingly backlash-proof.
In which Hillary serves drinks and Leslie Jones fakes an orgasm.
Louis C.K. brings his uncomfortable style of comedy to SNL.
“It’s good that you’re weird because weird got you here.”
This episode’s theme seemed to be “Nobody Is Watching.”
But Taraji P. Henson sure tried.
As he reminded us last night on SNL, Michael Keaton is so much more than Birdman.
He’s proven himself to be a comedic performer all along.
The first-time host exploded into the studio like a Norse creature of myth.
Host Dakota Johnson did not seem comfortable.
And neither rushes nor drags.
It’s synergy, baby!
He brought breathless, Sherman’s March–style showmanship to every sketch.
But Kim Jong-un might not like this one.
His journey to SNL was unexpected, but it shouldn’t have been.