In a belated effort to tap into the success of his hit TV show The Office, Ricky Gervais risks unflattering comparisons with his washed up titular character.
If you can stomach Sausage Party’s dire string of lazy racial caricatures and innuendo for an hour, the final sausage in the chain is pretty tasty.
Louder than Bombs is an unconventional, masculine melodrama. It’s a melodrama in the sense that it revolves around familial conflict, domestic secrets and intense emotions; masculine in the sense that it’s reserved, quiet and inarticulate.
Maken-ki!’s second season is densely packed with boobs, innuendo and more boobs. It’s trashy, but it’s a whole lot of fun.
If Netflix is the future of television, then TV’s future might look a lot like its past.
An underwhelming Aussie thriller that collapses under the weight of its own twists. At least it looks nice.
Suicide Squad is a feature length trailer. It’s structured like a videogame and plotted like a D&D campaign where everyone’s roleplaying chaotic evil. Anyway, I kinda liked it.
Terror in Resonance frames itself as a contemporary reflection on Japanese politics, specifically considering issues like protest – and its proximity to terrorism – and the nation’s relationship with the United States.