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‘Legion’ is just as crazy and just as compelling in it’s second season

Interpretive dance battling against the forces of evil. Waffles delivered to a hungry protagonist on tiny boats. Time travel. Random narration by Emmy award winner Jon Hamm. Ser… Read More...

Cardi B proves she’s here to stay on her powerful debut record, ‘Invasion of Privacy’

“Bodak Yellow” was a bolt of lightning. Though the beat wasn’t particularly special, the voice rapping over it certainly was. Savage and energetic, it felt like Cardi B’… Read More...

Thank God, ‘Atlanta’ is back

Normally, reviewing TV shows is frustrating. With any season of a show that’s 13 episodes or fewer, each installment is only going to be a piece of a single, larger narrative. I wo… Read More...

‘A Quiet Place’ is a startling tension machine

No matter how much you hate horror movies, you cannot deny that the genre is in the midst of a real renaissance. From the plodding scares of “It Follows” to the terror of “The Ba… Read More...

Poor pacing and bad dialogue knock ‘Jessica Jones’ into a sophomore slump

Oh, how the mighty have fallen. Once the jewel of the comic book-TV show realm, the quality of the Marvel Netflix shows has dropped like a brick. Envisioned as a grittier and more mat… Read More...

Dark and stylish, ‘Thoroughbreds’ is an ambitious and successful thriller

I love it when a good movie comes out of nowhere. Remember a few years ago when “John Wick” looked like it was going to be a generic Keanu Reeves flop and ended up being the best acti… Read More...

It may be free, but that doesn’t make the “Cloverfield Paradox” worth your time

After half a decade dominating the television sphere, the streaming giant is clearly looking to make the jump onto the big screen—ironic, considering watching something on Ne… Read More...

‘Game Night’ is a ‘W’

What was the last good R-rated comedy? Excluding Netflix indies or recent pastiches like last year’s “Baby Driver,” or “Get Out” (which certainly isn’t a comedy but … Read More...

Annihilation: A flawed and unsettling work of surreal science fiction

There is a part of me that loves Alex Garland’s “Annihilation.” The problem is, that is not the part of me that is a very good critic. “Annihilation” skirts the line betwe… Read More...

‘The Good Place’ goes from good to great in a phenomenal second season

In the second season of any show, there’s always the fear of the sophomore slump. Even the most robust and energetic series can lose momentum in its second season, after the showr… Read More...

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