It may only be August, but it’s never too early to start preparing for the greatest holiday of all time — Halloween. In the absence of yellowing leaves and omnipresent advertisements for pumpkin spice lattes, you’ll have to turn to streaming services in order to commence your annual fright fest.
The romantic comedy is in the midst of a comeback. For the past decade or so, Hollywood film studios have placed the genre on the backburner, choosing instead to churn out sequels, prequels, threequels, remakes, and franchises based on existing IP. Movie theater audiences have shrunk since the rom-com golden
Recently, season 4 of Queer Eye premiered on Netflix, bringing with it new heroes, new “make-betters,” and more buckets of viewers’ tears. Here are a few of the standout moments from a uniformly excellent, heartwarming season: Bobby’s remodel of Wesley’s house “Disabled but Not Really,” the second episode of Queer Eye
Spider-Man: Far From Home has a lot on its plate. The follow-up to director Jon Watts’s Spider-Man: Homecoming has to explain the ramifications of Avengers’ most recent battle with Thanos, provide answers as to where the MCU can go next, and function as a solid solo Spider-Man story. But most
There’s a moment in episode 2 of Chernobyl, “Please Remain Calm,” where Ulana Khomyuk (Emily Watson) pleads with a Soviet official to listen to her. The fallout from Chernobyl is dangerous and it’s spreading, she says. People need to be evacuated. “I prefer my opinion to yours,” is his response.
There are a great many things that separate Dark Phoenix as a mediocre film. Its antagonists — shapeshifting space aliens led by Yuk (a bored Jessica Chastain) — are comically underdeveloped. Its screenplay — written by X-Men franchise veteran and Dark Phoenix director Simon Kinberg — seems to forget that