David Fincher makes the most humbled picture of his career yet, bringing his late-father's script on the writing of "Citizen Kane" to life.
One of the most cathartic TV episodes of recent memory, "Warrior" pays tribute to Bruce Lee's folk hero status, dramatizing San Francisco's brutal 1877 riots.
Mirroring "Miller's Crossing's" over the top style, "Fargo" pays tribute to a true crime massacre, as death itself closes in on most all our characters.
In "Warrior's best hour yet, San Francisco's unrest erupts into chaos as the Chinese manhunt for Mayor Blake's innocent murderer begins.
Making safe space jokes and poking fun at terms like "worldbuilding" takes precedence over tackling LGBTQ representational problems seriously.