Most television shows save the juiciest bit for the finale. Will Trent is set within the pulpy aftermath.
"The guy who stole the Declaration of Independence" still looms large.
What even is reality?
A look at the necessity of Will's character in order to develop JJ's.
"What's it called? Monorail! That's right! Monorail!"
Another obtuse, haunting work of surrealism that is sure to divide audiences down the middle.
Paul T. Goldman isn’t the hero of his own story. Not by a long shot.
Netflix threw out the conspiracy board before coming to the final truth. But the show made some unique emotional connections along the way.
Can someone cast a spell to give us some answers?
Stop watering down the characters' trauma.
Whether this is simply another abrupt ending from Nicolas Winding Refn or the tease of a potential follow-up is unclear.
You might not think this animated children's show has anything to do with one of Star Wars' most gritty shows, but you'd be wrong.
The ‘Willow’ season finale teases the war for the fate of Tir Asleen is far from over.
Leave it up to Joffrey Baratheon to ruin this for us.
It's one groovy movie.
The end of the world makes for some pretty good TV.
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