The millionaire lifestyle and its problems have caught up to Chris Rock, and it’s hard to find what he might have in common with people who play tamborine to his lead vocals.
The show, made after a series by British author Richard Morgan, is an indictment of a future where the wealthy are immortal through buying themselves new bodies.
As I watched Netflix’s ‘Before I Wake,’ I told the late-night tweeterverse how excellent I thought the film. The film’s screenwriter, Jeff Howard, messaged me in response.
Netflix’s ‘Bright’ is not a movie, it’s not even a commentary—it’s a boring regurgitation of common political narratives.
Babe.net reporter Katie Way mocked the HLN anchor’s lipstick and highlights, writing of Banfield in the email, ‘she DISGUSTS me.’
Technological tools parents even a decade ago didn’t possess are empowering us to micromanage our children all the way into adulthood and beyond.
While Letterman is no Weinstein, his previous workplace behavior equally merits censure from the sisterhood: He had sex with numerous female ‘Late Show’ staffers.
While older generations may know everything there is to know about the quotable mafia flick, millennials may have yet to bask in the glory of Marlon Brando’s mystifying role.
The series taps into a timeless, primitive fear of being trapped in the digital hells we’ve constructed — minds with no bodies, no agency.
‘Bright’ has proved a nice antidote for the Great December Disappointment of 2017, the pretentious, awful Star Wars offering, ‘The Last Jedi.’
A Friday episode of Netflix’s ‘Black Mirror’ angered ardent pro-choicers with a storyline focused on emergency contraception such as Plan B.
In the Netflix mini-series ‘Godless,’ we see what is possible if just a few strong and virtuous men step up and take responsibility amid disaster.
Why should America, by vocation and war a republic, love a show about the British monarchy? It is not merely the great success of the show, but the alternative, too, that we should consider.
We’ve done nothing wrong. But we do need to lay down a marker that watching a good, clean holiday romance every single day of the Christmas season is just good, clean fun.
The other day someone in the Netflix PR department thought it would be a good idea to mock some of their own customers for the streaming services’ latest production, ‘A Christmas Prince.’
Comedian Chelsea Handler is doubling down on her attacks on White House Press Secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders’s physical appearance.
‘One day she has no makeup on at all, the next she has six-foot-long eyelashes, she’s got cleavage and summer whore lipstick all over her face.’
Comedy is not what it was, and neither is Jim Carrey, but he has emerged as the bane of Hollywood pretension and American celebrity worship.
Netflix can be happy that after duds like ‘Iron Fist’ and ‘The Defenders’ they’ve returned to something gritty that works without ridiculous fairy tales.
Baring a freakishly spectacular performance from another actress before 2017 ends, Carla Gugino deserves to win Best Actress in every single award committee.
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