Few things will break you out of a rut and get your mind right faster than having a friend you haven’t seen in 30 years show up in your yard, unannounced, without wearing any pants.
Kayla Day is a baffling ball of hormones, anger and self-doubt.
Of the roughly bajillion-and-seven scripted series that debuted last year, I can’t recall a bigger surprise than “The Sinner.”
If there’s one thing I could say to Tom Cruise, it would be this: CGI.
Terry O’Quinn portrays a man who solely and steadfastly believes in the seemingly impossible in a series produced by J.J. Abrams. Also, there’s a mysterious hatch.
There’s more than a hint of resignation in the title. It practically sounds like a sigh.
It’s hard to imagine there wasn’t some sort of blackmail in play. Or, at the very least, a seriously compromising video or two.
“Skyscraper,” Dwayne Johnson’s hostages-in-a-high-rise action spectacle, owes an obvious debt to “Die Hard.”
You’re going to want to have friends or loved ones nearby. You might even consider adopting an emotional support duck.