Creed II is absent of both the topically political atmosphere of Rocky IV and the bravura action of Ryan Coogler’s Creed.
DeBessonet sits down with us to discuss directing her first Shakespeare in the Park production.
Creed cannily funnels decades of American social tension into a tense and moving interracial buddy story.
One of the Ryan Coogler film’s greatest traits is its reticence, its refusal to say 10 words when two will do, or to say one word when silence says it all.
Unfortunately, NBC’s Do No Harm offers little in the way of innovation to the exhausted Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde formula.
Tyler Perry’s histrionic For Colored Girls is purple in more ways than one.