Rachel Dretzin’s superb documentary delves into a baffling question: why didn’t these cult members just get up and leave?
Ozark supplied some vital, if depressing insights, about what liberal Americans really value: money and power, rather than what they say they treasure, family and equality. The catch is that this is no longer news.
Like the films of the 2000s, Senior Year is filled with chuckles but eschews substance.
White Hot is a compelling watch, and not only for those who shopped at Abercrombie & Fitch.
Dear reader, do enjoy a second season of Bridgerton’s ornate balls, lush landscapes, and 19th century flirting.
Human Resources isn’t for everyone. It’s even weirder than Big Mouth (which is saying something), though this spinoff series still packs, at times, the same heartfelt punch.
Bad Vegan: Fame. Fraud. Fugitives. falls short because it is designed to be entertaining rather than useful.
Netflix may have yet to create an animated hit on the scale of Frozen, but this entry in the sweepstakes suggests that the streaming platform is moving closer towards that goal.
Single All the Way is a Hallmark Christmas movie with two gay men inserted in, which means they have just as little chemistry as the straight couples in these films do.
Tiger King 2 comes off as a freak show that is content to scream “look at how insane these people are!”