Solid if unremarkable, the fourth season of Amazon’s unique drama about transgender identity stumbles out of the gate. The urgency that led to the stirring
“Fun Mom Dinner” is completely baffling. Even after a full, attentive viewing, I’m not entirely sure what I thought of it. It’s definitely ultra light,
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.
David Wain’s “Wet Hot American Summer” franchise continues its unlikely expansion with this second Netflix season (following “Wet Hot American Summer: First Day of Camp”),
While nowhere near as funny as the 2001 movie, this Netflix television series is still a lot of fun, as long as one doesn’t expect
I suppose it’s the trend du jour to bash this adaptation of the supremely silly show, and while admittedly it’s no “21 Jump Street,” “Baywatch”