‘Atlanta’ Ends Its Bizarre, Experimental Third Season With a Bizarre, Experimental Finale
"Tarrare" is a story about Van—or at least some version of Van. What does it mean in the larger context of the season?
‘Atlanta’ Is Showing It Can Still Be Anything at Any Time
A lot has changed since the FX series last aired. But if the first two episodes of Season 3 are any indication, ‘Atlanta’ will offer what it always did.
You Want It Darker: A Character Study of Robert Pattinson’s Emo Batman
‘The Batman’ offers a view of a more psychologically wounded Cape Crusader. It’s perhaps the most honest representation of how the character would behave in real life.
The Glacially Paced Greatness of ‘Chillin Island’
The HBO Max series, which wraps its first season on Friday, is the latest worthwhile entry into a genre best described as "slow comedy"
The Real Monster of ‘Ghostbusters: Afterlife’ Is Lazy IP
The reboot of the classic franchise is a perfectly inoffensive watch that rarely rises above comfort food for fans
Wes Anderson Hasn’t Changed With ‘The French Dispatch.’ And That’s Perfectly Fine.
The auteur’s new film is what you’ve come to expect from his films: a quirky, beautiful, ensemble affair with a heart lurking beneath all its stylistic flourishes
Anthony Bourdain, ‘Roadrunner,’ and the Persistent Burden of Fame
The new documentary on the famed chef is a glimpse into a singular life, but in many ways, it’s a story we’ve become sadly all too familiar with
How ‘Devs’ Explores the Silicon Valley God Complex
The limited FX series, which wraps on Thursday, portrays a megalomaniac who is obsessed with power but is a prisoner to what he sees as a predetermined universe
Absolute Power: ‘The Irishman,’ Jimmy Hoffa, and the Mob
Throughout the 19th and 20th centuries, organized crime touched every aspect of American life—none more so than the workforce