One of Coppola’s most beloved films is a gentle look at teenage boys struggling in a world that has it out for them.
Perhaps the lowest point in Coppola’s filmography doesn’t get any better upon rewatch decades later.
The Handmaid’s Tale’s relentless violence overshadows everything else in the show.
“Bram Stoker’s Dracula” may be comically over the top at times, but everyone involved put 100% heart and energy into it.
PBS presents a fresh & engagingly modern take on the timeless tale of star-crossed lovers.
The composer breaks down the sprawling score for Netflix’s latest big-budget fantasy series.
A biopic about an automobile designer takes on greater weight when filtered through the life of Francis Ford Coppola.
No number of CGI-blood-soaked fatalities can elevate the TV-show feel of Simon McQuoid’s halting, wooden adaptation of the fighting game series.
William Jackson Harper and Aya Cash have just enough charm to salvage this low-key romantic dramedy.
Shudder presents a wild Irish tale of bloodsuckers and brawling mayhem.
Coppola goes small in scale and big in heart.
Robin Thede and crew continue to carve out a long-overdue space for Black women in comedy.
Mike Rianda’s dizzying debut features vibrant, refreshing animation and oodles of style, even as its dysfunctional family dynamics ring a little familiar.
Michael Schur co-creates another sitcom that tempers complicated issues with humor.
Francis Ford Coppola’s collaboration with Disney and Michael Jackson is a fascinating whatsit.
LeSean Thomas’ historical fantasy anime is aurally and visually beautiful and possesses a boatload of cool fights, but its macro-scale story is vexingly overstuffed.
We break down our picks for this year’s Academy Awards.
The sophomore season of Netflix’s reality/game show adds more intrigue & double dealing to the mix.