Swiss Army Man Review: Don’t Hold It In

The opening scene of Swiss Army Man has Hank (Paul Dano) abruptly canceling a suicide attempt on a deserted island when he notices a body, later to be called Manny (Daniel Radcliffe),

Veep: “Kissing Your Sister” Season 5 Episode 9 Review

Veep knocks it out of the park with an endlessly entertaining mockumentary episode.

Orange is the New Black Season 4 Review: Time Slows Down

Orange is the New Black is an all-time great. With arguably the best ensemble on TV, all the social progress it promotes, and that flawless second season, there’s no question of the legacy

Game of Thrones: “Battle of the Bastards” Season 6 Episode 9 Review

Season 6 of Game of Thrones has had some issues of tension. The faster pace and the characters all having good things happen to them has made the show a bit more predictable. Going

Finding Dory Review: Still Swimming Strong

When it comes to sequels, Pixar’s track record is shaky. Sure, there are the Toy Story 3s of the world that justify every moment and evolve themselves and its predecessors with astounding

UnREAL: “Insurgent” Season 2 Episode 2 Review

Everlasting‘s first night of shooting gets off to a wild start, spelling out trouble ahead for Quinn and Rachel.

Veep: “Camp David” Season 5 Episode 8 Review

Selina tries her hand at international relations to mostly amusing results.

Game of Thrones: “No One” Season 6 Episode 8 Review

Well, it’s the end of the season, which means Game of Thrones is executing some of its climaxes already, and of course some of its characters. With war coming swiftly and suddenly to Meereen

King Jack Review: Trials of the Suburban Jungle

King Jack‘s greatest strength is its almost blinding realism. Throwing us into an Anywhere USA suburban town that’s seen better days, economically speaking, the film will immediately look familiar to anyone who

Veep: “Congressional Ball” Season 5 Episode 7 Review

Tom’s mischievous dealings come to light in another terrific episode of Veep.