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From The Americans to Master of None, Weekly's film and television critic Josh Bell picks his favorite shows of 2015.
The film does an admirable job of laying out, step by step, the series of greedy decisions that wound up ruining so many lives.
Smith plays the neuropathologist who first identified a degenerative brain disease common among NFL players.
Jennifer Lawrence plays the titular character, inventor Joy Mangano, with her typical grit.
An unappealing combination of disingenuous family-comedy lessons and vulgar adult humor, neither of which succeeds.
Director Tom Hooper documents Lili Elbe's life with the same tasteful restraint he brought to The King's Speech.
Consider it the “roadshow” edition.
Nominate deserving folks, and a new show in development might crash their parties with celebrities.
Some jokes hit, others miss, but the movie as an actual movie feels almost irrelevant.
The movie shines a light on a talented man who was never able to escape the shadow of a legend.
Get ready for predictable jokes about angry dads, rebellious teenagers and weird neighbors.
Who will play important roles in future movies?
It’s hard to imagine any fans coming away from The Force Awakens feeling the anger and betrayal that some expressed after watching George Lucas’ prequels.
A lazy, slapdash exercise, with repetitive, stale jokes and a parade of one-dimensional characters based on cultural stereotypes.
Like a good photographer, the two stars' performances capture their subjects while adding their own perspectives.