The Netflix series about a young single mom and her teenage daughter has drawn comparisons to Gilmore Girls. It's messier than that.
A gay couple (Colin Firth and Stanley Tucci) take a trip through Great Britain's Lake District as they deal with the knowledge that one of them is dying.
Euphoria's Sam Levinson and Zendaya re-team for this exhausting relationship drama, written and shot during the pandemic.
The Netflix adaptation of Kristin Hannah's novel, starring Katherine Heigl and Sarah Chalke, doesn't follow the novel's narrative shape, but it has trouble finding one of its own.
The great Alan Tudyk gets a role he can sink his sharp pointy alien teeth into on a darkly funny series boasting an ensemble cast of characters with surprisingly nuanced interpersonal histories.
Watching musician/actor John Lurie paint and grumbly pontificate in an unnamed tropical locale is sometimes puzzling, often intriguing and always soothing.
Derek DelGaudio's successful off-Broadway show has been given a marvelous film adaptation that captures the stage production's delicate and humane tone.
Emerald Fennell's scathing revenge thriller is shocking and deliberately unsatisfying.
The latest entry in the Marvel Cinematic Universe has been downsized to fit the television screen — and pay loving, sharply observed homage to TV sitcoms of different eras in the process.
Sam Pollard's documentary deftly examines the FBI's intense surveillance of Martin Luther King Jr. in the final years of his life.
A new adaptation of James Herriot's books about life as a Yorkshire vet in the 1930s has gorgeous landscapes, majestic animals, and a welcome focus on home and work.
Linda Holmes' annual list of highlights from pop culture includes TV, movies, games, podcasts, TikTok videos and whatever else made the year a little easier.
Made by Shonda Rhimes' production company and adapted from a beloved series of romances, Bridgerton is witty, sexy, absorbing fun that might just keep you up late.
The darkly comic thriller Promising Young Woman, starring Carey Mulligan as a woman on a mission, is a carefully constructed mix of genres and moods that doesn't pull its punches.
Eugene Ashe's romance is a refreshing throwback to Classic Hollywood, starring Tessa Thompson and Nnamdi Asomugha.