Kay Cannon’s Cinderella fails to assess its relevance, as a timeless story is readapted yet again for the modern era.
A disappointing finale for an overall disappointing series, “Kamino Lost” bookends the first season of Star Wars: The Bad Batch in underwhelming territory.
Lin-Manuel Miranda and Alex Lacamoire deliver yet another musical masterpiece with memorable songs and colorful animated characters in Vivo.
Star Wars: The Bad Batch ’s penultimate episode brings some genuine thrills as the Clones return to Kamino and confront Crosshair, but that feels too little too late.
Star Wars: The Bad Batch is going in a standard direction with “War-Mantle”, setting up a clash between the Empire and Clone Force 99 for its final two episodes.
Star Wars: The Bad Batch continues its middling weekly episodes, and “Infested” is another forgettable one that barely moves the story forward.
While “Rescue on Ryloth” feels like another detour for Star Wars: The Bad Batch, it at least gives us a clear glimpse of where the series’ last four episodes will go.
The latest episode of Star Wars: The Bad Batch, “Devil’s Deal”, subverts the initial beats of the previous ten episodes for an origin story of a fan-favorite character we didn’t know we wanted.
“Common Ground” retracts previous character development in favor of a dull side-quest that has nothing to do with what The Bad Batch ‘s last two episodes have established.
In No Sudden Move, Steven Soderbergh unleashes his classic aesthetics for a fun crime-caper featuring a star-studded cast.