Things fall apart in Jim Carrey's new Showtime series
"This is the story of a trailblazer who had to overcome sexism, racism, and mental illness to pursue her dream of being an artist."
The HBO series "incorporates and commingles animation, documentary, confession, satire, music video, and magic-realist fantasia."
Spike Lee "has made his most involving and accessible joint in ages: a riotous undercover-cop period piece that's really a manifesto on our tumultuous American now."
"With 'Yellowstone Live,' we hope to leave no stone unturned as cameras film more than 22 million acres across three states and five national forests."
"It's a true storytelling feat, married with sharp editing that makes the entire effort not only seamless, but also wholly intuitive."
"It looks like everything eighth grade was for you: Funny, horrifying, and weird as hell."
"'Castle Rock' makes its central locale feel real and imbues it with the kind of dread and fractured humanity exhibited in pop culture's most famously weird small towns."
"It's part photographic journey of an artist, part historical essay, part character-driven narrative and part personal film."
Imaging Innovations on Season 5 of 'Arrested Development'
"In real life you can't control everything. I try to to be imperfect always."
Director Debra Granik and cinematographer Michael McDonough explore nature... and the nature of family.
The exhibit addresses the nature of perception, the allure of illusionism and the viewer's relationship to technology.
Using Williams' own words, Marina Zenovich's documentary celebrates what he brought to comedy and to the culture at large.
"It's a depiction that is both honest and loving—something that as a native of West Virginia I believe we need right now."
"I approached Whitney's life like a mystery story; why did someone with so much raw talent and beauty self-destruct so publicly and painfully?"
The revolution will be not be telemarketed.
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