Westworld: “The Bicameral Mind” Season 1 Finale Review

Let’s just get one thing out of the way. “The Bicameral Mind,” like much of Westworld, is stunningly crafted and thematically rich. The pacing is pretty much pitch-perfect while the brilliant editing and

Divorce: “Church” Season 1 Episode 8 Review

Robert and Frances both attempt to “win” the post-breakup in a highly nonsensical episode of Divorce.

Star Wars Rebels: “An Inside Man” Season 3 Episode 9 Review

Since the emergence of Grand Admiral Thrawn, Star Wars Rebels seems like it hasn’t been sure what to do with him. Here we are nine episodes in season three and he’s still calm and

“Invasion!” Part 3 Review: Legends of Tomorrow Season 2 Episode 7

Look, it’s not perfect, and certainly not high art, but now that it’s complete, “Invasion!” as a whole is one of the warmest, most entertaining pieces of television all year. The third

South Park: “Not Funny” Season 20 Episode 9 Review

There’s truth in comedy. There’s always been truth in South Park. But what about when our truth is horrifying? Look, the likelihood of a major foreign crisis beguiling the nation to the brink

“Invasion!” Part 2 Review: Arrow’s 100th Episode (Season 5 Episode 8)

How many shows really make it to 100 episodes anymore? The great ones, no longer found on the networks, run roughly ten episodes a season for six or seven years. Even comedies

“Invasion!” Part 1 Review: The Flash Season 3 Episode 8

With the CW’s DC shows all now comfortably established, aside from Supergirl still taking place in a parallel universe, the yearly crossover tradition seems finally primed for greatness. “Invasion!” sees an alien race, known

Jackie Review: The Fall of Camelot

There is not a human being living or dead who can begin to understand what Jackie Kennedy went through the days following President John F. Kennedy’s assassination in 1963. Forced to grieve

Westworld: “The Well-Tempered Clavier” Season 1 Episode 9 Review

“The Well-Tempered Clavier” starts with some narrative jumps. Maeve has been brought in after her self-designed narrative went awry, but of course Bernard is the one talking to her. She can see

Moana Review: A Gorgeous Rehash of Disney Classics

For its first half, Moana captures the spirit of classic Disney films, occasionally feeling like a grab-bag of The Little Mermaid, The Lion King, and others. It’s got great characters, hysterical animal sidekicks,