TV Review: Harlem, Season 2

The Amazon Prime series, created by Girl's Trip scribe Tracy Oliver, follows a quartet of tight-knit Black women searching for stability and happiness in dating, work, and their changing city.

Film Review: Creed III

Director and Star of Creed III Michael B. Jordan confidently takes the franchise to new heights, with terrific performances by Jonathan Majors and Tessa Thompson.

Film Review: All Quiet On The Western Front

Collecting an impressive seven BAFTA wins, including Best Film and Best Film Not in the English Language, Netflix's "All Quiet on the Western Front" is peaking at just the right time with final Oscar voting around the corner.

Film Review: Knock At The Cabin

Universal Pictures continues its longtime relationship with Oscar nominated writer/director M. Night Shyamalan returns to cinemas with "Knock At The Cabin," continuing his longtime partnership with Universal Pictures and with another tale in the suspense genre that brought him to global fame.

Film Review: M3GAN

With January in the books, "M3GAN" is the surprise hit for Blumhouse and Universal, earning approximately 160 million globally to date.

Film Review: Guillermo del Toro’s Pinocchio

After struggling to watch Disney's CGI-meets-live-action "Pinocchio" adaptation with Tom Hanks, "Guillermo del Toro’s Pinocchio" is a palate cleanser that's incredibly thought provoking and emotionally moving.

Film Review: Plane

The performances are largely limited by the script’s dialogue and incessant set pieces, although there are moments where Colter exceeds the material.

Film Review: Decision To Leave

With his latest endeavor, "Decision to Leave," the director delivers another genre-weaving classic as he merges romance with a classic film noir detective story.

Film Review: The Whale

"The Whale" is deeply empathetic and Aronofsky’s character study is carried by Fraser's performance as Charlie, a gay and morbidly obese English teacher who keeps his camera off as he instructs his students via some version of zoom.