Seth Rogen stars opposite himself in this HBO Max original movie about a Brooklyn man united with his pickled great-grandfather.
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It’s about more than a pandemic, but it is also about a pandemic.
The Go-Go’s, debuting on Showtime, is a rollicking portrait of a seminal band, and an acute examination of female ambition.
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The romantic drama is undoubtedly elevated by LaKeith Stanfield, who has proved over his short career that he has tremendous range.
The horror adaptation of a cheeseball Aaron Spelling affair from the late ’70s is wretchedly unenjoyable.
In the sequel to Netflix’***** 2018 teen rom-com, Lana Condor and Noah Centineo explore what comes after the happily ever after.
The movie is fine, but the villain’s a delight.
Celine Sciamma’s ******* period film starts off as a story about looking, but its heart lies in less obvious, more suggestive cinematic elements.
The latest outing for Margot Robbie’s comic-book anti-heroine has a lot of ideas and less of a sense of what to do with them.