Episode 4 brings back Star Wars: The Bad Batch ’s first two episodes’ major flaws in a terribly underwhelming episode, reintroducing a familiar face from The Mandalorian.
The Woman in the Window desperately wants to be something it isn’t: a modern take on Alfred Hitchcock’s Rear Window.
In Those Who Wish Me Dead, Taylor Sheridan delivers another knockout action film in the vein of Steven Segal pictures from the 1990s that’s terribly nonsensical but oh-so-much fun.
Episode 3 of The Bad Batch is the series’ best yet, finally planting the seeds of a decent story.
The latest episode of The Bad Batch follows the same unsuccessful ‘pit-stop’ filler approach from The Mandalorian, which isn’t particularly compelling.
Despite a promising start, The Bad Batch ’s episode 1 quickly fizzles out and makes it a disappointing first impression for Star Wars’ latest animated series.
A Week Away desperately tries and fails to impress by presenting a Christian musical rip-off of Disney channel original movies.