Overpaid Jerks: 1/7/19-1/13/19
A home blowout, a historic female, coaching changes and NFL football. Here's your sports recap quiz for the 3rd week of 2019. We hope you were paying attention.
We get our first box office upset of 2019 as Aquaman is bumped out of the top spot by The Upside, as it's a sleepy January weekend before we get a blockbuster hopeful next frame.
Quantity, if not quality, arrives this second weekend of January.
December 2018 Recap
As we turn the page to 2019, the year of Blade Runner, the more things change the more they stay the same.
5 Ways to Recap 2018
Get ready, friends, as we remember 2018 with five different Top 5 lists! Ready, set, RECAP!!!
Overpaid Jerks: 12/31/18-1/6/19
Wild card madness, fired coaches, winning streaks and outdoor hockey. Enjoy our sports recap quiz for the 2nd week of 2019.
Top Chef Kentucky
Top Chef: Restaurant Infinity War. At the end of this episode, two chefs will be Thanos-ed from the show.
Movie Review: Vice
If the intentions of “Vice” are bold and ambitious, the means by which it carries them out are conventional by comparison.
The first weekend of 2019 brings us a lot of the same movies we saw released over the holidays, but the first new release of the year does pretty well for itself.
This is So Last Week: 12/28/18-1/3/19
Masked performers, choosing your own adventure and box office champs. Also: goodbye to Gene, Bob and Daryl, in our pop culture trivia quiz for the first week of 2019.
January 2019 Forecast
Fans of content... this is not your month. August and November 2018 would have been more your thing, bursting out with new releases.
The first weekend of January has often been a place for big films to launch, both from awards expansion and from brand new films to market.
5 Ways to Prep
With Christmas finally behind us, we have nothing but free time to fill and gift cards to spend.
Top Chef Kentucky
From Richard Blais and Brooke Williamson to Nina Compton and Karen Akunowicz—the parade of Top Chef alums continues.
Movie Review: Roma
The generally accepted rule for film aesthetics is that the aesthetics should mirror what’s happening in the film.