In its second season, Sense8's heart is in the right place, and some of it is downright dazzling, but its faults are still too glaring to be ignored.
'All These Sleepless Nights' is an object of sense memory, moments and sequences that evoke the feeling of carefree youth.
J.K. Simmons dominates All Nighter, in part because the movie is absolutely enamored with him.
It's been impossible to predict Review's trajectory over the course of its first two seasons, and the third is just as impossible to guess. The only thing that's certain is that there isn't another show like it.
'After the Storm' is beautiful and strikingly human.
Punching Henry fails to live up to the sum of its parts.
There's nothing about Bitter Harvest that isn't reminiscent of the videos that play in small historical museums.
'The Lure' is unlike anything else currently playing in theaters right now.
A personal look back at 'The Wailing' and Korean cinema in 2016.
'Toni Erdmann' is a thing of rare beauty.
'The Man In the High Castle' returns at a time when introspection feels especially necessary.
The most fantastic things in 'Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them' aren't the beasts, but the people.