While “Mike” is an unauthorized bio-series of one of the greatest known boxers, it sets such a precedent that it’ll be hard to imagine an authorized version topping it.
“Bro” lives up to the hype and precedent it wants to set as one of the biggest gay romantic comedies, if not one of the best romantic comedies.
It’s the start of horror movie season, and “Smile” is a good way to start your annual fix.
While legal dramas seem to come every season and are rather just the same, because “Reasonable Doubt” isn’t afraid to lean into its lead’s culture – it is strikingly different.
While the third season of “High School Musical: The Musical: The Series” only covers two weeks, it is jam-packed with notable new characters and storylines that maintain, or improve, the series.
While “Game of Thrones” is considered Bella Ramsay’s breakout role, Birdy has given proof that Ramsay can and will have diverse stardom.
“On The Come Up” may have the characters and plot points, but like many book adaptations, it lacks the source material’s soul.
“Don’t Worry Darling” solidifies Olivia Wilde’s name as someone who can be trusted when they’re noted as the director.
“The Resort” may not have the best payoff for its central mystery, but the relationships between the characters might save it for you.
Season 5 of “The Chi” continues to give what is expected, in terms of presenting a complex view of the city, while making improvements to how the girls and women are developed.