When the disturbing first season made us feel bad, it was the sign of a job well done. The second season of the M. Night Shyamalan-produced series, unfortunately, just feels bad because it is bad.
A tale of survival with killer Finns, a cannibalistic giant, and love. What more could you ask for?
There is violence here, but the warmth of human companionship takes precedence.
Anthony Mackie as an android! Robot soldiers called Gumps! Too bad neither is the focus here.
The new season delivers the show's original premise with a twist: this time everything's real.
If you're watching this movie for Clooney, Dern, and Sheen you might want to reconsider that choice...
The show's sophomore season, which follows the famed poet into a new period of her life, is audacious and clever.
In Kornél Mundruczó's English-language debut for Netflix, a grieving mother bears her loss for the world to see.
George Clooney's latest is a somber apocalyptic drama punctuated by brief action beats.
Gerard Butler doesn't get to actually fight the comet, unfortunately, but it's still one hell of an engaging struggle.