With expert directing and acting, DARK WATERS transcends its genre trappings and emerges as a vital modern day crusade against corporate evil.
Ambitious. Bold. Self-indulgent. Daring. Childish. THE LAST OF US PART II is all these things and more. It’s an important addition to the art form, even when it stumbles.
Ambitious, complex, and filled with potential. THE WAYLANDERS is very much a work in progress, but all problems feel insignificant in the face of what it could become.
A mean spirited, mercilessly unfunny, and aggressively awful film about punching down that makes you root for eternal social distancing.
Meticulously crafted and beautifully composed, I’LL BE GONE IN THE DARK is still misguided and often troubling in its desire to sensationalize tragedy.
A mixed bag of pleasant visuals, great gameplay mechanics, and dour one-note humor would make KICKMEN hard to recommend if it weren’t for the price.
Arriving on the small screen, the sprawling sci-fi yarn trades in technical prowess for portability, proving itself a fine port for the tiny console.
Poorly directed, convoluted, and edited to within an inch of its life, WASP NETWORK is a film that doesn’t work on any level beyond its great cast.
A loving and tender portrait which suffers slightly from its insistence to not allow a single moment go undocumented.
Smartly written, mature, and timely, PERRY MASON is the best TV series of the year.