Woody Allen’s valentine to 1930s genre cinema like “M” and Universal monster movies is extraordinarily well-shot, with its intricate and lovingly recreated sets, but there’s
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.
Following on the heels of a surprisingly emotionally compelling last season, Season 5 of this winning, charming and consistent sitcom manages to continue its exploration
This adaptation of Susanna Kaysen’s memoir of a year spent in a mental institution is filled with terrific elements and outstanding scenes, but taken as
Another strong, consistent season for the splendidly entertaining sitcom. It’s interesting that the writers embraced the breakup between Eric and Donna as a means of
This is probably the best season of this remarkably entertaining show so far. With the dynamics already wonderfully established in the previous seasons, the show