Aaron Paul as Jesse Pinkman in 'El Camino'

Jesse Pinkman (Aaron Paul, “BoJack Horseman”) is, in many ways, the unsung hero of “Breaking Bad.”


Coupled with Worthington’s stellar performance as Ray Monroe, that single moment of shock and wonderment makes the movie worth watching.


As zany as the movie eventually becomes, the audience’s connection to these characters is ultimately what keeps “Forest” afloat.


For countless women, there aren’t many things in everyday life scarier than walking home alone at night. Fear of the dark and the evil that lurks there is built into us from the moment we become conscious of what it really means to be a woman.

Ian Harris

If we can’t protect that much, if we can’t protect our own freedoms of speech from countries and groups that would seek to silence us, then it doesn’t matter what happens politically in these fifty states because we’ll have already the lost where it counts.


There’s nothing to care about here, and even less to be scared of.

Joaquin Phoenix in "Joker"

If one examines his anarchic ambitions for what they are — the euphoric dreams of a murderer made a fool by the system one too many times — “Joker” might not even be interesting enough to merit the discourse it has created.


The untouchability of the show and the untouchability of Walter White are so entangled that the inner workings of the show, at times problematic and overly romantic, are hidden.


Do we treat the planet with respect, with an approach of reciprocation, or do we simply view the world as an asset, destined to be used up?


Judy Garland was a star for the ages, and Zellweger has given her an immortalization to match.