To celebrate the 20th anniversary of “Titanic,” writer-director James Cameron has remastered the Oscar-winning love story yet again.
Anyone can put sexual predators behind bars — at least on TV, anyway — so it’s surprising, if not downright disappointing, that “Law Order: SVU” was able to hide Christopher Meloni’s gonzo, testosterone-fueled light under its crime-procedural bushel for 12 seasons.
Keeping up with everything new on Netflix is like trying to herd cats — assuming each of those cats demanded up to 12 hours or more of your time.
The Frances McDormand-led movie is full of surprises.
Christmas TV is like Lake Wobegon: Everything is special.
I didn’t make it through all six episodes of “Who Killed Tupac?” (9 p.m. Tuesday, AE), but I’m going to assume it doesn’tcrack the 21-year-old case.
Marvel vs. DC. It’s a battle that’s been waged for decades, but rarely this aggressively.
It’s safe to say “Justice League” is more enjoyable than “Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice.”
The streaming giant is releasing “Mudbound” — one of the most buzzed-about movies this year at Sundance — in just 17 theaters for Oscar qualifying purposes on Nov. 17, the same day you can watch it for free on your phone.
There’s no place like the multiplex for the holidays.