RT Comic-Con Ketchup. One of them was gay, but was not the man serving as provost during Masters' initial study. Michael Sheen excels as the buttoned-up Dr. Best Of. Matt Passmore plays a successful white-collar financial type who, like all such in movies and TV, is having a midlife crisis in spiritual and family terms, because nobody's ever more fed up with the empty grind than well-paid white guys.
Matt Roush of TV Guide wrote that "There is no more fascinating, or entertaining, new series this fall season.
Spike Lee's first feature film is an indie black-and-white comedy starring Tracy Camilla Johns as a young woman in Brooklyn who juggles three potential boyfriends. You may have heard about Chris Pine's full-frontal scene, which is barely sexy. Ethan Mark Duplass and Sophie's Elisabeth Moss marriage is falling apart when their therapist Ted Danson suggests they get away together to a picturesque vacation home.
Nicholas Hoult and Laia Costa play a pair of millennials who navigate through a complicated and unwieldy hookup culture in modern-day Los Angeles. Yorgos Lanthimos always finds a way to take a concept and turn it on its head.
The sequence, which includes suggestive, tongue-in-cheek sex metaphors and symbols, received a mixed response from critics; it placed on both best and worst lists for opening credit sequences. If you want to explore kinky hang-ups in a sizzling drama, do yourself a favor and look for Masters of Sexwhich proves that TV often does it better.
The Big Issue Australia.
Put together, Sheen and Caplan sizzle with a chemistry that cannot be put into words. It's also a refreshing anomaly: a prestige cable drama that doesn't feel like a recombination of elements from 15 shows that came before it. It has a Metacritic score of 70 out of based on 5 reviews.
View All Critic Reviews Retrieved November 30,