Trek’s flagship series takes a dramatic leap forward, stumbling toward its true potential.
Sam Raimi’s breakthrough feature is still a gory good time of cartoon logic and every bodily fluid in the books.
Over seven seasons, Marvel’s red-headed TV stepchild assembled its own admirable sense of identity.
The culmination of Marvel’s 11-year gameplan is a cinematic juggling act whose success is an unlikely achievement.
“Et in Arcadia Ego, Part 2” rushes to its finale and cheats its way to emotional catharsis.
Synths, secret sons and doomsday prophecies arise in a messy penultimate episode establishing galaxy-ending stakes.
The overarching conspiracy cracks open on an episode that sets up the finale.
An interstitial episode finally bridges Picard and Soji’s stories, thanks to the welcome return of some old friends.
A sea of good ideas gets drowned in cliche as Picard and Soji face the truth.
With its lo-fi aesthetics and quietly chaotic presentation, Jonathan Demme’s 2008 drama never goes for the easy conflicts at hand.
Seven of Nine slings guns and runs a heist in an episode that’s tonally all over the map.
The show finally finds its groove with a detour, an abandoned boy, and a lost cause.
Synthetic threats and synthetic relationships pepper Picard’s “gather the team” episode.
A rare misfire in his filmography, Jim Jarmusch’s horror-comedy is an inconsistent mess that’s neither scary or funny.
Patrick Stewart is still carrying much of the weight as “Star Trek: Picard” continues to pile on the lore & find its footing.
Despite solid performances all around, the episode struggles with tone, plotting & what kind of show it wants to be.
Patrick Stewart returns to his iconic role in a new Star Trek series in desperate need of a shakedown cruise.
Despite getting off on the wrong foot, Sam Mendes’s oft-forgotten dramedy remains a salient look at 2000s anxieties as often seen onscreen.