The critics have spoken, as three films rise to the top of awards contention.
The dystopian thriller series, Netflix’s first original series from Brazil, ended with some big ideas that still have us thinking.
There’s never been a better time to get acquainted with Japanese auteur Masahiro Shinoda, whose 1971 version of “Silence” set the bar high for Martin Scorsese.
The film is an analysis on the “everyday life of a young man striving to be great, and to be remembered as a great actor.”
The lead actress of HBO’s “Westworld” will get you primed for the Season 1 finale without giving away any spoilers. (OK, maybe one.)