‘Thunder Force,’ released by Netflix on Friday, flops as a superhero movie and as a comedy, delivering only clichés and awkward humor.
‘Operation Varsity Blues: The College Admissions Scandal’ unpacks the corruption of private college counselor Rick Singer and the wealthy families he colluded with.
‘The Trial of the Chicago 7,’ Aaron Sorkin’s latest drama, points to persisting systemic issues in the U.S.’s criminal justice system.
‘American Murder: The Family Next Door’ investigated a harrowing crime with archival footage from police investigations, trial proceeding, and–perhaps surprisingly–Facebook.
The docu-series ‘Song Exploder’ breaks down artists’ song-writing process, featuring Alicia Keys and Lin-Manuel Miranda.
Netflix’s ‘Enola Holmes’ places Millie Bobby Brown in the spotlight as Sherlock Holme’s younger, sleuthing sister.
The ‘Away’ series presents a cast of diverse characters, but its American protagonist holds the show back from reaching new heights in the sci-fi genre.
Netflix’s “I’m Thinking of Ending Things” taps into confused romance with philosophical dialogues.
Alison Brie stars in Netflix’s ‘Horse Girl’ as an unraveling character who spirals further from a grasp on reality.