A meticulously mix of violence and comedy that doesn’t pull either of those punches, and that strangest of joys is maintained throughout M3gan.
In bobbling both the central character and the fray going on around her, Prey doesn’t take advantage of its many opportunities.
What fear and awe you still get from Nope.
It’s still an overstuffed show, but in building up the relationships audiences truly care about, season 3’s existential musings become time well spent.
A bitter disappointment because, while it brings the dinosaurs, it fails to tell a solid story.
Pokes at insecurities and comforts we can neither fully grasp nor avoid.
It’s a movie from a filmmaker who’s sat with herself for much longer, sorted some things out, and is working in a culture that’s just beginning to catch up to her.