Alabama Snake is crazy, but it also provides the kind of off-kilter insights into humanity one finds in the best of Southern folklore
We were driven indoors and told to stay there, so we turned to our screens for entertainment.
Ma Rainey’s Black Bottom is a stellar artistic accomplishment, a blazingly powerful dramatic experience.
The series’ inspirational message comes at a good time in our crisis-ridden country, but its focus on reassurance isn’t very dramatically compelling.
“I don’t want to show myself because I don’t think I’m very interesting to look at. The world is filled with so many other interesting things to look at.”
The new Animaniacs provides no good reason for reviving Yakko, Wakko, and Dot in the 21st century.
The spooky adventures in this Netflix/Egyptian produced series are entertaining enough to deserve a second season.
In this brilliant series, documentary filmmaker John Wilson captures the absurdity of life in New York.
Sacha Baron Cohen uncovers enough destructive inanity in Borat II to justify the savagery of its satire of American ignorance.
In the end, The Trial of the Chicago 7 strikes a reasonable balance between historical document and cinematic art.