Michael B. Jordan’s directorial debut Creed III escapes the shadow of Apollo, Rocky, and Drago and finds new ground for Donnie and the Creed spin-off series to build their own legacy.
Tennis and cinema, united in their dramatization of time's passage, are about expanding the possibilities of what can happen in a single moment. To McEnroe's frustration, the camera captures and scrutinizes every detail of his performance.
It's refreshing, in an era when so many coming-of-age sports films feature devil-may-care extroverts, to instead experience the introverted, quiet, enlightened narrator.
This biopic about ice skater Tonya Harding is a slashing, kickass comedy about class warfare, media manipulation, and one of history’s stupidest criminal conspiracies.
Despite the uninspired packaging in this complete series set, Friday Night Lights remains an outstanding TV show; one of the best in the current golden age of television.