Reviews

The Second Season of M. Night Shyamalan’s ‘Servant’ Loses Its Dark Center

When the disturbing first season made us feel bad, it was the sign of a job well done. The second… Read More

‘Bloody Hell’ Heads to Finland for One Hell of a Bloody Good Time

A tale of survival with killer Finns, a cannibalistic giant, and love. What more could you ask for? Read More

‘News of the World’ Suggests Too Little Has Changed in America

There is violence here, but the warmth of human companionship takes precedence. Read More

‘Outside the Wire’ Favors a Dull Lead Over Everything Else

Anthony Mackie as an android! Robot soldiers called Gumps! Too bad neither is the focus here. Read More

‘Search Party’ Season 4 Goes Back to Its Missing Person Roots

The new season delivers the show's original premise with a twist: this time everything's real. Read More

Was ‘Grizzly II: The Revenge’ Worth the Four-Decade Wait? Barely

If you're watching this movie for Clooney, Dern, and Sheen you might want to reconsider that choice... Read More

‘Dickinson’ is Still as Inspired as Its Subject

The show's sophomore season, which follows the famed poet into a new period of her life, is audacious and clever. Read More

Grief on Trial in ‘Pieces of a Woman’

In Kornél Mundruczó's English-language debut for Netflix, a grieving mother bears her loss for the world to see. Read More

‘The Midnight Sky’ Finds Regret and Hope at the End of the World

George Clooney's latest is a somber apocalyptic drama punctuated by brief action beats. Read More

You’ll Want to Book a Ticket to ‘Greenland’ Sooner Rather Than Later

Gerard Butler doesn't get to actually fight the comet, unfortunately, but it's still one hell of an engaging struggle. Read More