From Hitchcock to Bourne, and beyond.
Who would you want as your boss?
A second look at 91 years of the Academy Awards, including this year’s Green Book win.
The mystery draws to a close, then the episode just keeps going, a fitting end to a season as much about the investigators as their haunting case.
With just one episode left, the series has introduced a bunch of new characters, and with them, new possibilities.
The season rebounds in a big way with an episode that perfectly balances the central mystery with impressive character work.
The season’s central mystery has finally come a little more into focus, but there’s still a lot that doesn’t add up.
As we approach the film’s 20th anniversary, here’s a timeline of how the pop-culture phenomenon came to be, and what happened next.
Mid-season drag sets in with an episode that repeats much of what we’ve already seen — with one big exception.
It’s looking increasingly likely that chaos will arrive at Project Noah sooner rather than later.
Is this season of True Detective’s fractured chronology working for it or against it?
The end of the world seems like it might have gotten a little bit closer.
The central mystery of the Purcell abduction remains captivating, if increasingly bogged down by bits that don’t push the narrative forward.
The best parts of this first episode find the series treating its limitations as a strength rather than a weakness.
For certain people, A Dog’s Way Home might as well be a Saw sequel.
The Purcell case that will anchor this season begins simply enough — though this being True Detective, it doesn’t stay that way for long.
Anyone wanting to go back to the duo’s source material will have to do a little work — but you’ll find it’s as funny as it ever was.
Examining the 88-year-old director’s prolific and unpredictable career behind the camera.
Roma contains two memorable trips to the movies. But why these films? And do they have any particular significance to Cuarón’s work?
And it probably wouldn’t be bad for the superhero genre if we saw more such stories.