When sitting down to watch this latest adaptation of the famous cartoon by Charles Addams, it’s hard to shake the feeling that there’s no reason
The third season of Netflix’s unique, hilarious animated sitcom about the ravages of puberty isn’t quite as laugh-out-loud funny as the first two, but it’s
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
Continuing to tackle the ravages and hormonal spikes of puberty with incisiveness and extraordinary wit, this show has a knack for making embarrassing, difficult subjects
Given the participation of many onscreen stoners, it’s not particularly difficult to suggest that this movie was conceived while its creators were baked out of
Truly a unique animated show, Netflix’s “Big Mouth” tackles the ravages, confusion and embarrassment of puberty with the sharp incisiveness of “Bojack Horseman.” With first-rate
Light as a feather, this mainstream Hollywood comedy is somewhat akin to cotton candy: It’s pleasant and easily digestible, but there’s nothing substantive about it.
Not having seen the original “Vacation” movies, I can’t offer an opinion on this reboot-cum-sequel hybrid within the franchise’s context. What I can say however,