The premier entry in the HBO documentary series “Music Box” shows how everything about the concert celebrating the 30th anniversary of Woodstock goes terribly wrong, then gets worse.
The increased racial and cultural diversity of In Treatment’s cast and overall tone are noteworthy and commendable.
Mare of Easttown is particularly effective in interweaving troubled domestic timelines, families held together by women who are on the brink of psychic or emotional collapse.
Schmigadoon! is both an enjoyable love letter to classic Broadway musicals and a good-natured spoof of their now antique conventions.
Bo Burnham deserves kudos for calling himself out on his own bullshit. But that doesn’t absolve him of seriously confronting the problem of excessive self-consciousness, especially nowadays.
Starstruck is the rare rom-com that will appeal to audiences who aren’t just fans of the genre.
For kids and penguin lovers, Penguin Town is a gushy fait accompli. But the series also has rewards for others.
There are stunning scenes full of energy and visual beauty, but Halston left me feeling somewhat cold.
It is sad Monster is such a botched effort, given that this is an important and timely story.
If you love fiction you should devote several hours to watching Hemingway. Ken Burns and Lynn Novick have brought a special tenderness to this series, something deeper and more compelling than previous Burns documentaries.