The Americans is the rolling stone that gathers no moss.
Maybe the ultimate project of The Americans is to recognize its characters’ collective disillusionment.
Throughout its runtime, the episode remarkably threads together the impressions of shared torment.
It has the decency to recognize that only Elián González has the right to define his sense of truth for himself.
The episode feels less like a continuation of this season’s efforts up to this point than a tangent.
Another week, another episode of The Americans that’s notable for its pervasive lack of hurry.
The producers of The Americans are more than aware that they’re playing a very, very long game with their audience.
The latest episode of The Americans is practically a treatise on the psychodynamic theory of guilt.
The episode thrillingly and daringly comes close to completely pressing down on the reset button.
The film evokes nothing more strongly than a live-action adaptation of a Crate and Barrel catalog.
The episode is unique in the canon of the series for the sterling self-reflexivity of its sense of humor.
The attention to behavioral detail that goes into any given episode of The Americans is unlike that of any other show.
The latest episode of The Americans thrillingly plants the seeds of a whirlwind of emotional reckonings.
“Amber Waves” is an immediate reminder that The Americans is an edifice brilliantly constructed of contrasts.
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It’s difficult to not give the side-eye to Moonlight’s slotting in the category of adapted screenplay.
There’s only so many ways one can say that the average Academy member can’t tell the difference between sound mixing and sound editing.
To those who’ve been relishing the shade Eric has been throwing at La La Land, I apologize, because I will not be taking Emma Stone to the library today.
We’re at that point in our rolling Oscar prediction coverage when fatigue turns to exasperation.
Mahershala Ali’s performance self-effacingly articulates the humanity of a man that so many in our country would like to pretend is non-existent.