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With Julia Roberts and Sam Esmail gone, "Homecoming" doesn't come up with a credible way forward.
The strangeness of "Snowpiercer," TNT's new post-apocalyptic drama (based on the Bong Joon Ho film), is all in its setting.
HBO's limited series "I Know This Much Is True" ends up being precisely the sum of Mark Ruffalo's two parts.
The TV adaptation of Sally Rooney's bestselling novel "Normal People," starring Daisy Edgar-Jones and Paul Mescal, is crushingly intimate.
The first movie directed by Michael Showalter since "The Big Sick" is a romantic crime comedy that aims lower than it thinks.
As a grieving cop, Mary J. Blige serves and protects a tricky storyline in this socially engaged supernatural thriller.
The fourth "Trip" film finds Steve Coogan and Rob Brydon retracing the path of Odysseus as they continue to eat, drink and be quippy.
A Czech painter befriends the junkie thief who stole two of her artworks, paving the way for a surprising friendship, in this art-heist doc.
On "Reunions," singer-songwriter Jason Isbell continues his reign as one Americana's master craftsmen.
JoJo, the multi-tracked queen of pop-R&B as a young teen in the early 2000s, has grown into herself on a comeback album, "Good to Know."
Kenny Chesney's "Here and Now," while clearly designed to be sung along with in stadiums, is also strangely satisfying in a lonelier moment.
Fiona Apple's time sequestered has not been time squandered: "Fetch the Bolt Cutters" is album of the year material.
With a score by Stephen Schwartz ("Wicked"), this screen-to-stage transfer is so effortful it's enervating.
The moody music and lyrics from the Bob Dylan playbook both define and heighten Conor McPherson's haunting vision of the Depression.
Katori Hall gets belly laughs out of this comedy about an amateur cook trying to create a signature dish while chaos reigns in the kitchen.
Ivo Van Hove dares to fiddle with perfection in this modernized but still respectful re-working of the 1957 masterpiece.
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