The episode's emphasis on obsessive vengefulness sets the stage for the events of the show's second season.
Though the show is known for its perfectly cromulent writers, there's nothing particularly prognostic about the wacky events in Springfield.
Offerman wowed sitcom audiences with Ron Swanson, but now he's showing off previously untold depths.
The show's second episode features a particularly palpable action sequence in which the camerawork is chiefly responsible for the thrill.
The episode painstakingly showcases why Ellie is someone special.
Amidst all the despair and horror, there is a surprising amount of warmth and humor in HBO's adaptation.
This car sequence follows the trajectory of its analog in the video game but adds little moments of terror that accrue into something even stronger.
This adaptation of a video game looks not only good, but also like a captivating, prestige drama.
It's a painstakingly well-executed and fascinating look at a theme park that squandered its vast potential.
The past two seasons have proven the writers' ability to create a modern show that is still hilarious and compelling.
Whether directing comedy or drama, his high-contrast visuals, gallows humor, and evocative camera movement elevate any script to a new level.
Both generations of comedy writers have something to learn from the other.
Chris Pratt's Mario has the vaguely New York accent of a community theater one-man-show.
For anyone sick of toxic gamers, cruelty, and gore, 'Splatoon 3' provides the perfect way to kick back.
One of the more perplexing elements of the film is its ending, which provides a fair share of ambiguity even to viewers paying careful attention.
Fans will remind people to "separate the art from the artist," but rarely is that so difficult as it is with Woody Allen.
Vikings have long been the stuff of legend, and in terms of video games, these famous seafaring people function as both heroes and villains.
Bikes, aliens, bullies, and magical talking lions - these movies have it all!
The series drew on stylishness with aplomb, using stark light lines and visual references to film noir.