The show was one of Marvel’s early Disney+ bright spots. The sheen has worn off.
Nick Schager is the Entertainment Critic for The Daily Beast, covering everything great (and not-so-great) in the worlds of film, TV, music, and pop culture. A graduate of Johns Hopkins University and the Columbia University Graduate School of Journalism, his work has also appeared in Variety, Esquire, Entertainment Weekly, Rolling Stone, Vulture and dozens of other entertainment publications.
The two leads give steamy, sweaty, sensual performances in “Foe,” but the sci-fi thriller does them dirty.
With “Poor Things” continuing its festival run in New York, the buzz that this is a gonzo, sexual, twisted masterpiece is only getting louder.
The spinoff of Prime Video’s go-for-broke superhero series follows its tradition of trademark gore, perverse comedy, and sharp social comedy—as well its phallus obsession.
Gareth Adwards’ epic was supposed to prove the value of original ideas in a sea of sequels and spin-offs. But it’s so unconvincing, you’ll miss those IP-driven affairs instead.
This thriller is one of the best cases yet for Benicio Del Toro being an A-list movie star—if only the script lived up to its lead actor.
Sylvester Stallone’s ailing franchise has the potential to be goofy fun, but instead dispenses nothing more than third-rate thrills and surprises.
Whoever thought Mel Gibson would be a suitable replacement for Keanu Reeves—coolest guy in Hollywood—should look for a new job.
“The Wonderful Story of Henry Sugar,” based on Roald Dahl’s short story, is Wes Anderson at his cinematic best—a charming, electric act of showmanship.
The second season of Netflix’s docuseries continues unraveling the wild true-crime story that’s still playing out in real time.