Wild Wild Country details the insane clusterfuck that results when faith, fundamentalism, and media hype intersect.
The show is tightly put together, brilliantly balancing black humor with just the right amount of dramatic pathos.
This documentary about John Coltrane serves up skillful, sensitive storytelling and an appropriate sense of reverence.
Wormwood is full of secrets, some revealed, some tantalizingly unknowable.
In this attempt to get at the ‘truth,’ the actors don’t play the roles, the roles play the actors.
Neal Brennan’s mix-and-match of styles manages to combine deadpan sensibility with shocking poignancy.
The Get Down has the tragic resonance it deserves, though Baz Luhrmann pulls back from confronting the narrative’s political implications.
Master of None is an exercise in emotionally intelligent storytelling that delves into the real lives of its characters.