Ryan Murphy and cast of veterans and newcomers deliver a compelling mini-series that will occasionally shock but mostly entertain its audience with a Hollwood that could have been.
An uneven political satire with clearly contrived humorous moments that unlike its title frequently fails to launch.
Kirsten Stewart does her best with a rather mediocre script and at least makes a case for exploring Jean Seberg’s extensive filmography.
A sterling account of the Chicago Bulls’ final championship season that makes all the shots.
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Another solar flare-up wiping out Earth series that follows a motley crew of passengers on a hijacked plane fails as the sci-fi thriller it was intended to be.
Four colors and noise-canceling make the Urbanista London a strong contender in the wireless earphone market.
New version of the H.G. Wells classic follows the fates of three groups of survivors in the French Alps, Paris, and London erases the memory of the poor big-screen adaptation starring Tom Cruise.
A thought-provoking sci-fi series that examines the existential question of whether our fates are the results of our free will or whether every outcome is predetermined.
A chilling alternative take on American history that begins with Charles Lindbergh defeating Franklin Delano Roosevelt in the 1940 Presidential election.