The Netflix documentary series ‘Dirty Money’ delves into the nature of costly crime and a few of the more notable examples.
‘Spider-Man: Homecoming’ is a proper Spidey entry into the MCU fans have been waiting for. Without a doubt, this web-slinging flick will not disappoint.
‘The Space Between Us’ is sweet, if not a little sappy, but overall the story contains too much heart to truly hate.
The path of the golden arches is paved, not with gold, but blood, sweat, tears, and shady dealings in this biographical drama about one man trying to serve billions.
Instead of singing kumbaya around the campfire, millennials are challenged with a more unforgiving figure in the new situational comedy ‘The Great Indoors’ on CBS.
Though it does not achieve the glory of his work on the big screen, ‘Crisis in Six Scenes’ is an enjoyable, and at times, surprising venture for Woody Allen on television.
Turning even more heads in its third season, ‘Transparent’ explores an existential human story with such gravity and humor that the Golden Globe winning series importance cannot be overstated.
This stoner romp captivates its audience as it documents the daily lives of dealers and users in NYC. The cycle of weed, money, love proves to be a toxic undertaking for all parties involved.
Taking a man from a simpler time and placing him in our ranks makes for an interesting clash of old and new world values, in Fox’s ‘Son of Zorn.’