This second feature by Peter Jackson is unlike anything else. A sort of “Muppets” on drugs, it’s ostensibly about the sleaziness of show business and
It’s a shame that Andrew Fleming’s “Ideal Home” is so compromised by weak direction and bungled editing because there’s a terrific story to be told
This 45-minute Valentine’s special is on par with the show’s superior aesthetic, writing and extraordinary voice work from its all-star cast. Picking up right where
Mike Judge’s “King of the Hill” is one of those shows that hit its stride early on, and managed to keep up the momentum far
It’s hard to pinpoint exactly why this second season of Tig Notaro’s rather unique Amazon show doesn’t flow as well as the first, or why
The fifth season of Netflix’s surprisingly enduring sitcom is one of its funniest. Mind you the humor has more in common with broadcast television standards
It’s hard to sit through this final season of the animated show, which is a damn shame because the first two seasons are genuinely hilarious
It’s hard to figure out who the audience for “The Happytime Murders” is intended to be. Is it fans of The Muppets looking for the
There are a number of changes in this second iteration of the MST3K Netflix revival that make it even more enjoyable than the first one.
It’s been a number of increasingly emotionally complex seasons for this endearing classic, but this time the show seems to uncharacteristically stumble on its feet.
Mike Judge’s long-running parody of Texan culture enters its fifth season in top shape here, with a surprising number of emotionally charged episodes pushing the
Starring Glenn Howerton of “It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia,” this sitcom has some truly hilarious moments even if it doesn’t always come together. The general