Steve Coogan and Rob Brydon seamlessly juggle comedy and tragedy in their fourth and final travelogue.
A greasy carnival ride under the guise of a polished prestige picture.
Featuring a career-best performance by Hugh Jackman, this HBO original movie makes sense of corruption in a senseless time.
It's 88% actual movie!
Has what Kevin Smith's recent output has lacked — a genuine emotional reason to exist.
A fitting film for a surreal and sad time.
Visually dexterous, tonally controlled and one of 2020's best.
Benefits, just barely, from extremely low expectations.
Needs a bigger boat but finds its sea legs.
Lou Harry looks at streaming options for live theatre.
An improvement on already-great source material that's worth a binge.
Rarely laugh-aloud funny but generally pleasant.