Triumph the Insult Comic Dog has unleashed plenty of explosively funny moments, but there's probably a reason he hasn't had his own show until now. Moreover, pairing him with Jack McBrayer, the…
A cultivated sense of calm — no more or less than you'd expect from a study of Buddhist practice — permeates "Golden Kingdom," an impressively disciplined, occasionally transporting debut feature…
A rookie cop in Internal Affairs discovers the head of the narc unit is on the take in this by-the-book sequel to the helmer's locally popular "City State."
The future of American screen comedy looks an awful lot like the present — which is to say, steeped in pop-culture references, groin-fixated humor and gay panic — if we are to believe the enjoyably…
"House of Cards" returns, and in terms of classy actors in a high-stakes setting, it's solidly entertaining. Still, the series that set Netflix on the path to programming prestige also feels played…
Why NBC chose to cut loose "Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt" — a series with fine auspices but an uncertain commercial outlook — and hand it to Netflix, which gave the program a two-season commitment…
What musical idiom comes to mind when you think of Alexander Hamilton, a revered Founding Father of this nation, aide de camp to General George Washington during the Revolutionary War, first…
A mildly engaging docu about sherry, once Spain's most important export but now often seen as a dowdy tipple rather than a complex, versatile wine.
Roughly midway through "The Second Best Exotic Marigold Hotel," a lovesick Bill Nighy notes that Judi Dench's character has "checked out," referring of course to her status at the hotel.
Dominga Sotomayor's improvisational sophomore feature, "Mar," is a slight work about a lackluster couple on a seaside holiday.