The deeper that Chance delves into psychosis, the harder it is for audiences to pull away.
The miniseries sells a romantic view of comeuppance, draining John le Carré’s writing of its wryness and bureaucratic specificity.
In the film, the way forward is backward, on a path that stumbles into misplaced nostalgia and dicey humanism.
Gamers appear to be ready for developer ambition when it comes to not just the quality of the games, but how to play them.
Didn’t It Rain is filled with straight-faced American blues with a tilt toward the Crescent City.