The new documentary series chronicles eight different hostage crises worldwide, with startlingly believable reenactments and testimonies from both hostages and their perpetrators.
He’s a man! He’s a musical! He’s an episode of Drunk History!
Perhaps what makes “3%” so captivating for a mature audience is the depth portrayed in its characters.
Given the nature of the episode, it’s not an escape from the holidays, but rather an excuse to poke fun at and satirize every possible aspect of it.
There’s nothing quite like seeing Lady Mary smoke out of a DIY crack pipe to send the message that she’s done with the 20th century.
The students who used disclaimers, I noticed, were exclusively women.
This high-budget foray into historical drama is a new leap for Netflix, but it is, by most accounts, a complete success.
What is supposed to be a “twist” is so jarring and out of place that it destroys the historical feel necessary to create a believable period piece.
Punk rock icon James ‘Iggy Pop’ Osterberg took the Detroit Institute of Arts by storm this past Tuesday in promotion of the new Stooges documentary.
No part of “Tracey Ullman’s Show” inspires thought, or evokes emotion. It’s simply 30 minutes of tired jokes and curated impressions.