Kirsten Dunst and Gabrielle Union’s cheerful high-school comedy finds ways to pepper charming rivalry with digs at cultural theft.
Sofia Coppola’s dreamy, empathetic adaptation of Jeffrey Eugenides’ novel about troubled teens has only improved with time.
Gillian Armstrong’s 1994 adaptation of the Louisa May Alcott novel is a perfect balm for the holidays.
From HBO (Chernobyl, Watchmen, Succession) to Netflix (Russian Doll, The Crown, Stranger Things) and beyond, we break down the best TV of the year.
Remembering when Tom Cruise defied audience expectations in a campy, sumptuous adaptation of Anne Rice’s vampire soap opera.
One character’s ending results in some unexpected new beginnings as the season comes to a close.
The road to success (whatever that means) suddenly gets a little more convoluted as Krystal receives some unexpected career counseling.
The lies & deception are piling up like FAM boxes as Cody dedicates himself yet again to the holy church of Obie.
The true insidiousness of FAM is revealed as Krystal rubs elbows with the upper crust, and a shocking event pushes Ernie into action.
Masks slip & things are weirder than ever as Krystal gets an audience with the man himself.
Things get weird, Krystal meets a new adversary, and a partnership take a heated turn.
Krystal levels several playing fields in an uneven third episode.
Krystal finally understands the gravity of her situation in a bleak second episode.
The first episode of Showtime’s new series sets up a dark comedy that satirizes pyramid schemes & hustle […]