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Another meticulously-crafted, if wilder, Benoit Blanc caper.
The best Star War since Empire – and far, far better than we had any right or hope to expect.
Dream of the Endless enters our TV realm – beautifully.
Is it a satire if it talks a lot, but doesn’t say much?
From “Remake? Why?” to essential, timely, breathtaking update.
Beautiful people, photographed beautifully, with zero chemistry between them (romantic, comedic, or dramatic). How does this happen? The answer may be found in the editing.
A graceful, if overcautious, portrayal of grief.
A round-up of breakdowns of Wes Anderson’s rich, intricate film.
Breakdowns of form and function in Denis Villeneuve’s adaptation of Frank Herbert’s sci-fi fantasy epic.
The caustic, the clumsy, and the commendable collide in Marvel’s second – and second eerily prescient – TV series.