After the destruction of “Endgame,” the Marvel Cinematic Universe officially kicks off again with this weekend’s “Spider-Man: Far From Home.” While the film marks a new beginning for the sprawling franchise, another Marvel series is coming to an end, with FX’s “Legion” airing its final season.
In between, there’s a new Paul Thomas Anderson project, Danny Boyle’s Beatles fantasy, and two politically-charged miniseries. Keep reading for a roundup of all of IndieWire’s reviews from this week!
The horror flick aims very low and succeeds as a result, writes Eric Kohn.
Thom Yorke and the “Phantom Thread” director continue to push creative boundaries with their collaborations, writes David Ehrlich.
The hero’s latest adventure is a functional connecting piece in the MCU, but doesn’t quite stand on its own, according to David Ehrlich.
This documentary about an all-women’s sailing team is compelling, but Kate Erbland would like to see even more.
The mediocre film’s biggest sin is squandering its potentially compelling premise on a bland rom-com, says David Ehrlich.
This Shakespeare adaptation is a missed opportunity all around, writes Kate Erbland.
Noah Hawley’s vision remains extremely compelling, and the show’s flashes of brilliance compensate for its occasional unevenness, writes Ben Travers.
This miniseries isn’t as profound as it thinks it is, but it’s good for some laughs, says Ben Travers.
The Showtime series is competent enough, but doesn’t tell us anything we don’t already know, writes Ben Travers.
The Starz drama falters because it doesn’t know what it is, according to Ben Travers.
IndieWire rounds up our weekly film and TV reviews every Friday.