Special Report: Streaming Reviews

Review: 'Turning Red' a New Disney Animation Triumph

Review: 'Turning Red' a New Disney Animation Triumph

MOVIES | By JC Alvarez | Apr 26, 2022

Hear me roar! Disney and Pixar's latest animated princess is growing up fast when she learns of a family curse in a atory unlike anything we've ever seen before.

Review: 'Cypress Hill: Insane In The Brain' Energetic and Comprehensive

Review: 'Cypress Hill: Insane In The Brain' Energetic and Comprehensive

MOVIES | By Karin McKie | Apr 20, 2022

The film energetically and comprehensively shares Oriol's treasure trove of archival materials, and confirms Cypress Hill's place in the pantheon of hip-hop pioneers.

Review: 'The Humans' Adapts the Stephen Karam Play for the Screen

Review: 'The Humans' Adapts the Stephen Karam Play for the Screen

MOVIES | By Kitty Drexel | Apr 19, 2022

Three generations have gathered in a dilapidated apartment to celebrate Thanksgiving in lower Manhattan in this film adaptation of the Stephen Karam play.

Review: 'All the Old Knives' is a Twisty, Bittersweet Spy Thriller

Review: 'All the Old Knives' is a Twisty, Bittersweet Spy Thriller

MOVIES | By Megan Kearns | Apr 6, 2022

Chris Pine and Thandiwe Newton star in Janus Metz's bittersweet, labyrinthine espionage thriller about two exes and CIA agents reuniting to examine a past terrorist plane hijacking and a mole on their team.

Review: HBO's 'The Invisible Pilot' Humorous and Revealing

Review: HBO's 'The Invisible Pilot' Humorous and Revealing

TELEVISION | By Karin McKie | Apr 4, 2022

HBO's three-part documentary "The Invisible Pilot" begins like a Friday night 20/20 murder mystery investigation, then builds into a wild ride that eventually leads to President Ronald Reagan.

Review: Disarming 'Better Nate Than Ever' is Fluffy Family Fun

Review: Disarming 'Better Nate Than Ever' is Fluffy Family Fun

MOVIES | By Rob Lester | Apr 1, 2022

Manhattan and hope come alive again in a charming story with the quirky character from the "Nate" novels. Without pesky pessimism nor parental permission, he takes off to audition for Broadway.

Review: Sincere and Authentic 'Julia' Reminds Us to Taste Life

Review: Sincere and Authentic 'Julia' Reminds Us to Taste Life

TELEVISION | By JC Alvarez | Mar 31, 2022

The life and career of the culinary icon are seen through an unpredictably candid lens that reveals how the domestic goddess helped to revolutionize public television and win hearts.

Review: Intriguing 'Moon Knight' is Full of Daring Adventures

Review: Intriguing 'Moon Knight' is Full of Daring Adventures

TELEVISION | By JC Alvarez | Mar 29, 2022

Fear the night for it is the domain of the latest superhero to join the line-up of avengers and web-slingers. The all-new Original Series from Marvel Studios' "MOON KNIGHT" starring matinee idols Oscar Isaacs and Ethan Hawke is a blockbuster!

Review:  DuVernay's 'DMZ' Hauntingly Close To Reality

Review: DuVernay's 'DMZ' Hauntingly Close To Reality

TELEVISION | By JC Alvarez | Mar 18, 2022

The stakes are high for a caregiver trapped in a dystopian future in a new miniseries based on the DC graphic novel, directed and produced by Ava DuVernay and premiering on HBO Max.

Review: Schumer's 'Life & Beth' Quirky, Sad, and Dry

Review: Schumer's 'Life & Beth' Quirky, Sad, and Dry

TELEVISION | By Karin McKie | Mar 18, 2022

There's scar tissue aplenty in this quirky — a little sad, but too dry — attempt to contemplate meaningful life choices.

Review: 'The Adam Project' a Saccharine Time-Travel Comedy

Review: 'The Adam Project' a Saccharine Time-Travel Comedy

MOVIES | By Megan Kearns | Mar 11, 2022

Ryan Reynolds stars in Shawn Levy's saccharine, yet earnest, time-travel comedy about a pilot partnering with his 12-year-old self to save the world.

Review: Unfiltered 'Lucy And Desi' an Emotional Dive Into Two Time-Honored Personalities

Review: Unfiltered 'Lucy And Desi' an Emotional Dive Into Two Time-Honored Personalities

MOVIES | By JC Alvarez | Mar 4, 2022

There's a reason the world fell in love with them, and there's no doubt they are Hollywood icons. Amy Poehler's doc explores their backstory with grateful enthusiasm.

Review: Binge-Worthy 'The Dropout' will Make Your Blood Run Cold

Review: Binge-Worthy 'The Dropout' will Make Your Blood Run Cold

TELEVISION | By Padraic Maroney | Feb 25, 2022

Elizabeth Holmes' unbelievable rise and fall becomes an obsession-worthy limited series that will make your blood run cold.

Review: 'In Search Of Tomorrow' a Fascinating Look at '80s Sci-Fi

Review: 'In Search Of Tomorrow' a Fascinating Look at '80s Sci-Fi

MOVIES | By Kevin Taft | Feb 24, 2022

"In Search of Tomorrow" celebrates the sci-fi films of the past and shows how impactful they were on the landscape of films we have today.

Review: Leatherface is Back in Creepy 'Texas Chainsaw Massacre'

Review: Leatherface is Back in Creepy 'Texas Chainsaw Massacre'

MOVIES | By Kevin Taft | Feb 18, 2022

it's not going to rewrite the script, but this latest legacy sequel of a popular horror movie is as superficial and entertaining as you'd expect.

Review: 'Three Months' a Middle-of-the-Road Coming of Age Story

Review: 'Three Months' a Middle-of-the-Road Coming of Age Story

MOVIES | Feb 15, 2022

"Three Months," takes its title from the length of a young man's summer before starting college. It's also the amount of time he must wait before he finds out his HIV status after a drunken hookup.

Review: Lily James Does Stellar Work in 'Pam & Tommy'

Review: Lily James Does Stellar Work in 'Pam & Tommy'

TELEVISION | By Padraic Maroney | Feb 2, 2022

Lily James transforms into sex symbol Pamela Anderson in the new miniseries that examines how her infamous sex tape affected the star's career.

Review: 'The Woman In The House Across The Street From The Girl In The Window' a Quirky Dramedy

Review: 'The Woman In The House Across The Street From The Girl In The Window' a Quirky Dramedy

TELEVISION | By Karin McKie | Jan 28, 2022

Kristen Bell executive produces and stars in the quirky eight-part murder-mystery dramedy.

Review: 'Snowpiercer - Season 3' a One-way Ticket to Nowhere

Review: 'Snowpiercer - Season 3' a One-way Ticket to Nowhere

TELEVISION | By JC Alvarez | Jan 25, 2022

The wheels are coming off the tracks in Season Three of the TNT Original Series "Snowpiercer," as Andre Layton's Daveed Diggs leads his band of rebels on a desperate search for survival!

Review: Cold and Moody, 'The Last Thing Mary Saw' Lacks Vision

Review: Cold and Moody, 'The Last Thing Mary Saw' Lacks Vision

MOVIES | By Kevin Taft | Jan 20, 2022

Moody to a fault, this folk horror film doesn't have the insight into its characters it needs to have true vision.

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