Created by crime novelist Dennis Lehane, Black Bird is a stylish, riveting prison drama propelled by its stunning central performances.
Before the dizzying heights of Marvel, Taika Waititi’s Boy showcased the filmmaker at his best, with a tender coming-of-age story about the nature of family.
How To Please A Woman is fun and confident in its message of female empowerment in the bedroom, if a bit confused tonally and slightly heavy handed.
Writer, director and star Katie Holmes’ Alone Together is a Covid-era romantic drama that hints at meaningful commentary, but ultimately plays out pretty predictably.
Only Murders in the Building is back, and season 2 is as tongue-in-cheek and fun as the first, even if it has lost its freshness and suffers from a weaker beginning.
The finale of The Essex Serpent doesn’t quite stick the landing, moving away from what made the series so intriguing and muddying the waters too much.
Episode 5 of The Essex Serpent channels its focus away from the mystery and towards the melodrama, thus losing its momentum and feels a bit disappointing.
The Essex Serpent ‘s episode 4 is visually and thematically interesting, even if some pacing issues bring the momentum down somewhat.
Even forty years after its original release, E.T. the Extra-Terrestrial still holds up as a special, emotional and heart-warming family film upon first viewing.
As Derry Girls comes to an end, it enshrines itself as one of Channel 4’s greatest comedy sitcoms; a hilarious, joyous and poignant love letter to friendship and family.