"Promising Young Woman" film ends like many thrillers, and should have you talking for days. And Mulligan’s performance is the key to everything. She’s an obvious heir apparent to Glenn Close.
So totally different, so off-brand, it seems like someone is punking Marvel’s universe. It's one of the best new shows in years.
When an Iowa mom doesn’t hear from her son in four days, she decides to move to California and discover why. It’s a lot to unpack ... and it could use a few more Iowa references (we’ve got plenty of them).
Because we’ve had more than enough of politics, "Mr. Mayor" needs to go in a direction that doesn’t rely on inept leadership for its laughs.
Oscar winner Regina King brings out the absolute best in four actors in her directorial debut, “One Night in Miami.”
Movie critic Bruce Miller says the photography in "News of the World" is good; the plotting isn’t. "News of the World” isn’t earthshaking, jus…
The series, however, is more talk than action and that’s where it isn’t quite in the same league as “The Great,” another drama about the privileged that delivered – and shocked.
This is a film that doesn’t need an accompanying Happy Meal to sell. It goes deeper than any Pixar film before it and gets us to prioritize our lives.
This film won’t make you forget the year we’ve been through. But it will help you understand what we need to do to rise above it. Consider it an ideal Christmas present.
Accompanying herself on guitar (which, by the way, she’s very good at), Poppe offered cuts from her EP, “Christmas from Home,” shared numbers she did on “Idol” and provided insight into her life, thanks to several originals. After a tense start.
For those who track these things, Davis and Boseman are solid Oscar prospects. Both should win. The film is pretty special, too. It’s not a long one, but it’s one that will stick with you.
The brutal truth about the industry comes out in the six-part docu-series on Disney+, which shows what goes on behind the scenes at the New York City Ballet.
Movie critic Bruce Miller says "The Stand-In" is frequently cruel, sophomoric and overt. While it tries to send up actors who probably behave …
"Mank" is a smart, stunning film – but one that many may find a little too smart for their own good.
Considering we’ve almost gone a year without live theatrical events, “The Prom” is a curtain raiser on what, hopefully, will be a better year. It’s not the opener it could have been but it gets the job done.
Intriguing and thought-provoking, “Your Honor” should get families to consider how far they’d go to protect a loved one. Cranston deserves much of the credit for that.