“Madly in love” is a phrase used so commonly it's lost most of its meaning, but in Debra's case, we're reminded of its literal definition.
Narcos is always at its best when it's simultaneously at its most elegiac and most cynical. Decider
In plot terms, episode nine of Narcos: Mexico is the simplest yet. But while the story is easy to follow, “881 Lope de Vega” is
Directed with disorienting brio by Alonso Ruizpalacios and written by series co-creator Doug Miro, “Just Say No” is one of the Narcos universe's finest hours.
It's a good-looking hour of television. Off-kilter shot compositions and unusual camerawork make the desired impact. Decider
Guess who's back? Back again? Pablo's back, tell a friend. Decider
The 'Narcos' franchise has already cribbed liberally from 'GoodFellas', 'Casino', 'Scarface', and other classics of pizzeria wall-art cinema. Now it's time for 'The Godfather.' Decider
The story traces the parallel journey of two cops — one straight and American, one crooked and Mexican — to the city of Guadalajara. Decider
Michel Gondry is back directing this Season 1 finale, which see the show's tone, acting, and pace at peak levels. Decider
This episode of Poldark has sex, death, and money being tossed in someone's face! Decider