With quality archival footage and engaging interviews, ‘The Sparks Brothers’ movie tells the story of how the dynamic pair became ‘your favorite band’s favorite band.’
The movie’s production team wanted to laugh at ‘real’ Americans rather than laughing with them. The end result is that no one is laughing.
Jashinsky and Kaminsky discuss how “mainstream” country music is experiencing a shift away from its rural roots and traditions to appeal to the masses.
They’re not all going to be home runs, you know?
The femme fatale is smart, sexy, unapologetically feminine, and lives on her own terms, and that’s precisely what makes her empowering.
Casting off brooding high-concept futurism, this shoot-‘em-up action vehicle evocative of past hits like ‘Independence Day’ gives audiences a lot to cheer.
With guest hosts rotating almost as quickly as contestants, it will be hard for players to build up a sense of timing with the host, let alone any momentum.
This weekend could be the time to revisit iconic films that showcase the greatest nation on earth.
From an underdog sports comedy to galaxy-hopping science fiction, this summer’s batch of comedies, dramas, and more can help you beat the heat.
Episodes 1 and 2 include telling points in a developing theme of the season: Rick coming to terms with things.
The success of Matthew’s parenting isn’t defined by the comedic moments when he messes up, but by the countless times he keeps going.
‘Cruel Summer’ is exactly as advertised — a shallow, lurid teen mystery with some fun and little substance — that devolves into harmful clichés.
The ‘Gossip Girl’ reboot will include an in-your-face political agenda, complete with threesomes, same-sex couples, and the characters wrestling with their privilege.
The switch from Mayim Bialik to Savannah Guthrie behind the lectern resumed the parade of leftist news anchors as ‘Jeopardy!’ guest hosts.
‘People in our business don’t make money from making movies. Hollywood has its own top one percent and the bottom 99. Our movie is about the bottom 99.’
Two consenting adults in the bedroom is an ‘LGBT issue.’ Parents pimping out their children for entertainment and political points is a disgusting league all its own.
‘In the Heights’ wastes its gorgeous score and likable characters on confusing plots and motivations in an odd adaptation of a spectacular musical by ‘Hamilton’ creator Lin-Manuel Miranda.
Longtime host Chris Harrison is officially exiting stage-left from Bachelor Nation, after cancel culture squeezed him out.
With its moody atmosphere and a phenomenal star turn, HBO’s ‘Mare of Easttown’ is a phenomenal tale of intrigue and tragedy.
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