WandaVision: Episodes 1 and 2 are an eminently pleasant way to begin Marvel’s foray into bringing the “real” MCU to the television format.
Locked Down combines a solid heist movie and an overwritten character drama, but is elevated by the specificity of its setting.
Outside the Wire makes for perfectly enjoyable January junk that plays as a sci-fi riff on Training Day and The Terminator.
Alex Wheatle and Education are not as strong as the first three Small Axe movies, but help complete a truly remarkable portrait of a society and culture in turmoil.
The Midnight Sky is a textured, smart, and slow epic that emphasizes character, and melancholy, over action.
The Mandalorian’s Season 2 has seen the show’s deserved ascent into the increasingly rare realm of pop monoculture.
Greenland focuses on character to effectively humanize the stakes of its apocalyptic asteroid action beats.
Skylin3s retains its predecessor’s admirable commitment to absolutely bonkers midnight movie storytelling.
Let Them All Talk serves as a wonderful showpiece for a triumvirate of splendid actresses and the young performers in their wake.
The Godfather, Coda: The Death of Michael Corleone manages to significantly improve the oft-maligned third film in Coppola’s classic series.