Movies and TV

Wondering what to watch? Don’t miss our coverage of the latest movies and shows playing in theaters or streaming in your living room, including the latest reviews from noted critic Richard Roeper.

Showtime’s eerie, darkly funny hit solidifies its standing as one of the most memorable series of the decade.
Florence Pugh, Morgan Freeman star in contrived, heavy-handed and tragedy-soaked drama from writer-director Zach Braff.
A scorecard would help sort out all the characters in Netflix’s slick and preposterous thriller series.
Still a wanted man, Keanu Reeves’ assassin scuffles with interesting opponents, but some of the battles go on and on.
The toll of the 51-day standoff between federal agents and David Koresh’s Branch Davidians still shocks in Netflix doc.
The dark and surreal new show has received, well, swarms of attention for its characters’ similarities to Beyoncé and her fans, who call themselves “the Beyhive.”
Set on the South Side, the series is produced by Marsai Martin (“black-ish”) and centers on a trio of teen girls determined to become the best at their skating rink.
The actor died of natural causes Friday morning, his rep Mia Hansen said in a statement.
As a disillusioned professor on this smart, new AMC series, the actor finds the decency in a deeply cynical character.
Film about a break-in artist robbing a home he can’t escape seems like a muddled statement about art.
Teenage Billy Batson’s alter ego muscles his way through loud, underwhelming action sequences.
The crossing of last week’s linguistic frontier is an interesting case. It highlights the turbulence generated when a beloved character born during the “family-friendly” TV era evolves against the streaming landscape, where constraints are fewer and opportunities for unflinching authenticity greater.
Period piece specialist visits the more recent past in fast-moving crime drama about murders in the 1960s.
As the musicians show off Dublin and perform beautiful reimaginings of their hits, their funny fan provides some levity — and a big finish.
Tedeschi Trucks Band, Shamrock Shenanigans and “Tuk Tuks on Devon” are among the entertainment highlights in the week ahead.
Filmmaker and Columbia College grad Michael Goi on the Oscars, ethnicity and the challenge of making movies.
Jason Sudeikis’ wonderful Apple TV+ series back in play with superb performances, crisp writing and some insight about Hallmark Christmas movies.
Stars Michelle Yeoh, Jamie Lee Curtis and Ke Huy Quan deliver inspiring speeches, and best actor winner Brendan Fraser offers another feel-good comeback story.
Meanwhile, the look of disappointment on also-ran Angela Bassett’s face provides a bit of realness.
In case of another slap, host promises Michael B. Jordan, Pedro Pascal and Michelle Yeoh are ready to intervene.
‘Everything Everywhere’ goes into the ceremony as the best picture favorite, but there is some genuine suspense to be had in three of the four acting categories.
“We chose this beautiful sienna, saffron color that evokes the sunset, because this is the sunset before the golden hour,” said creative consultant Lisa Love.
This loony, murky and muddled sci-fi action semi-thriller with A-list star Driver and talented writers takes a detour through B-Movie Lane in a film that isn’t compelling enough to make for silly popcorn entertainment but isn’t terrible enough to be labeled a disaster.