"The Lives of Others" director Florian Henckel von Donnersmarck returns with an epic melodrama inspired by Gerhard Richter.
The auteur's super-secret new psychological horror is a nightmarish dreamscape. It does not disappoint.
Charlie Day and Ice Cube star in the latest studio comedy that rides on the strength of some of its performers while leaving others with nothing to do.
Those expecting a wild sci-fi mindbender may be disappointed, but this short taps into something more grounded and engaging.
The first scripted podcast from Gimlet Media takes audio storytelling to new heights, and offers a chilling parable for the age of Trump.
Phillipa Soo brings the beloved character's charm to life, but the overall musical experience can't help but feel fleeting.
Newcomer Emily Diana Ruth's finely-crafted series attracted talent like Annalise Basso, Todd Lowe, and Jim True-Frost.
Rooster Teeth's second premium show is a zany ride worth taking.
A star-studded cast and a Canadian Nazi sub-plot cannot save Smith's lackluster follow up to "Tusk."
"Kung Fu Panda" director Mark Osborne swings for the fences in Netflix's bizarre riff on one of the most beloved novellas of all time.
M.R. Carey's post-apocalyptic novel comes to vivid life in Colm McCarthy's elegant adaptation.
Theo Taplitz and Michael Barbieri co-star in this crushingly beautiful portrait of growing up in the shadow of gentrification.
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