By Molly Brown
The ambiguous ending in a movie doesn’t feel like 'art'. It feels like a copy. And it resembles the tendency of the franchise ending, with intent to leave it open for a sequel.
Drake and Future: What a Time to Be Alive
Matt Nathanson: Show Me Your Fangs
Doctor Who: Season 9, Episode 3 - "Under the Lake"
'The Connection' Makes Familiar Paths Exciting Again
David Bowie: Five Years (1969-1973)
A Practically Impossible Friendship: The 25th Anniversary Collector's Edition of 'The Bear'
The Wood Brothers: Paradise
The Jinx: The Life and Deaths of Robert Durst
"How does one establish an entry point into a complex mythos developed through the plots of more than a half dozen very popular video games in only about 20 pages? Not very well.