Westworld recap: Season 4, Episode 1:

Westworld recap:  Season 4, Episode 1:

: Evan Rachel Wood in: Westworld: Photo:: John Johnson / HBO: Westworld: is a show about storytelling. Throughout its first three seasons, creators Jonathan Nolan and Lisa Joy have made clear they are fascinated by the way narratives rule our world: Concepts like free will and agency are, in the show’s cosmology, intimately tied to … Read more

Westworld recap: Season 4, Episode 1:

: Evan Rachel Wood in: Westworld: Photo:: John Johnson / HBO: Westworld: is a show about storytelling. Throughout its first three seasons, creators Jonathan Nolan and Lisa Joy have made clear they are fascinated by the way narratives rule our world: Concepts like free will and agency are, in the show’s cosmology, intimately tied to … Read more

A Review Of Press Play, Directed By Greg Björkman:

: (LR) Clara Rugaard as Laura and Lewis Pullman as Harrison in: Press Play:.Photo:: The Avenue: Romantic yearning is a feeling with which almost everyone can readily identify. We have all wanted at some point to pause or rewind the clock. To that end, love stories spanning space and time are common enough to support … Read more

Great dramedy set in an Italian beef joint:

Jeremy Allen White and Liza Colón-Zayas are: The Bear:Photo:: Matt Dinerstein / FX: Is there anything more Chicago than footage of perfectly seasoned meat being cooked for an Italian beef, the world brag-worthiest sandwich, set to “Via Chicago” by Wilco, the country brag-worthiest band? In the case of FX’s: The Bear:, actually, yeah, kind of: … Read more

Great dramedy set in an Italian beef joint:

Jeremy Allen White and Liza Colón-Zayas are: The Bear:Photo:: Matt Dinerstein / FX: Is there anything more Chicago than footage of perfectly seasoned meat being cooked for an Italian beef, the world brag-worthiest sandwich, set to “Via Chicago” by Wilco, the country brag-worthiest band? In the case of FX’s: The Bear:, actually, yeah, kind of: … Read more

A Review Of Baz Luhrmann’s Elvis:

: Austin Butler as Elvis Presley in Baz Luhrmann’s Elvis.Photo:: Warner Bros. There’s undeniably something appealing about artists who can not be anyone but themselves — especially filmmakers who bring 100 percent of their personality to every project, whether or not it needs that much. Baz Luhrmann is one of those artists, and it should … Read more

A Review Of Baz Luhrmann’s Elvis:

: Austin Butler as Elvis Presley in Baz Luhrmann’s Elvis.Photo:: Warner Bros. There’s undeniably something appealing about artists who can not be anyone but themselves — especially filmmakers who bring 100 percent of their personality to every project, whether or not it needs that much. Baz Luhrmann is one of those artists, and it should … Read more

A Review Of Jerry & Marge Go Large:

: (from left) Annette Bening and Bryan Cranston in: Jerry & Marge Go Large:.Photo:: Paramount +: Premiering at the Tribeca Film Festival in advance of its bow on Paramount +, Jerry & Marge Go Large: is inspired by the true story of a pair of retirees who exploit, entirely legally, a mathematical loophole in the … Read more

A Review Of Jerry & Marge Go Large:

: (from left) Annette Bening and Bryan Cranston in: Jerry & Marge Go Large:.Photo:: Paramount +: Premiering at the Tribeca Film Festival in advance of its bow on Paramount +, Jerry & Marge Go Large: is inspired by the true story of a pair of retirees who exploit, entirely legally, a mathematical loophole in the … Read more

Season 3, Episode 1, “Polaris”

Krys Marshall and Joel Kinnaman in: For All Mankind:Photo:: Apple TV +: “The Men of Earth came to Mars,” Ray Bradbury wrote, “because they were afraid or unafraid, because they were happy or unhappy, because they felt like Pilgrims or did not feel like Pilgrims. There was a reason for each man. ” You could … Read more