Tyler Coates, Decider

Tyler Coates


Los Angeles, CA, United States

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Past articles by Tyler:

Stream It or Skip It: ‘Everybody’s Talking About Jamie’ on Amazon Prime, The Movie Version of A Hit West End Musical

It's bubbly and fun, with toe-tapping musical numbers that are geniously staged. → Read More

Double Feature: ‘Bram Stoker’s Dracula’ and ‘Nosferatu The Vamprye’ Each Portray Vampires As Being More Lonely Than Sexy

You think you're lonely? Try being a vampire! → Read More

Double Feature: ‘All The President’s Men’ and ‘Dick’ Are Two Very Different Looks At The Watergate Scandal

All the President's Men goes for precise seriousness, and Dick successfully pokes fun at the whole enterprise. → Read More

‘Gloria Bell,’ One Of The Year’s Best Films, Is Now Available To Stream On Amazon Prime

Starring Julianne Moore in the title role, writer-director Sebastián Lelio's Gloria Bell offers a full, 360-degree view of a middle-aged woman's inner life. → Read More

Double Feature: ‘Lost In America’ and ‘While We’re Young,’ Two Instructive Comedies About The Importance Of Acting Your Age

Getting older is life's great folly, and most of us are incapable of doing so gracefully. → Read More

Ruth Reichl on 40 years in food journalism—and what’s missing from Instagram restaurant pics

Over the past four decades, Ruth Reichl has been one of the defining voices in American food culture. She has worked on all sides of the industry: as a chef in a collectively-owned restaurant in Berkeley, as the editor of the Los Angeles Times Food section, as one of the most influential food critics in […] → Read More

Double Feature: ‘Gloria’ And ‘Widows’ Showcase Women Navigating The Brutal World of Violent Men

Both Gloria and Widows are a study in desperation. → Read More

Double Feature: ‘Clerks’ and ‘Support The Girls’ Offer A Look At The Hilarity and Inanity of Working Stiffs

There are many terrible jobs, but the jobs on display in 1994's Clerks and 2018's Support the Girls are pretty sucky. → Read More

10 Best Shows Like Game of Thrones

As HBO's Game of Thrones comes to an end, die-hard fans might already be wondering to themselves, "What am I going to watch next?" Here are the 10 best shows like GoT. → Read More

Bill Hader Talks Barry Season 2, Life After Saturday Night Live

Bill Hader talks about Season 2 of Barry, his critically acclaimed and Emmy-winning HBO comedy series. The former SNL star is much more serious than you'd think, and Barry proves how dark and deep the writer and actor can really get. → Read More

'The Dead Don't Die' Is the Most Star-Studded Zombie Movie Ever

Jim Jarmusch's horror-comedy The Dead Don't Die is a star-studded zombie movie, with Adam Driver, Bill Murray, Chloe Sevigny, Tilda Swinton, and Selena Gomez battling the undead. → Read More

Chicago Prosecutors Have Dropped All Charges Against Jussie Smollett

Like a surprise twist in a TV soap opera, the Jussie Smollett case took another wild turn today when Cook County prosecutors dropped all charges against the actor, who had allegedly staged a phony hate crime in Chicago on January 29, 2019. → Read More

Jordan Peele's 'Us' Is a Terrifying Look at the Horror Beneath the Surface

Following the critical and commercial success of Get Out, writer-director Jordan Peele is back with another disturbing (and quite funny) horror film in Us—a full-on thrill-ride that works precisely because of its director's vision → Read More

How the Once Upon a Time in Hollywood Cast Resemble Their Real-Life Counterparts

Once Upon a Time in Hollywood tells the story of Los Angeles during the summer of 1969, with plenty of real-life Hollywood figures making appearances in the film. Here's everything you need to know about these characters and what contemporary actors will play them in the movie. → Read More

Why Hands Across America Is So Vital to Jordan Peele's 'Us'

Everything you need to know about the 1986 charity event Hands Across America and how it relates to Jordan Peele's latest horror film, Us. → Read More

25 Musical Biopics That Actually Rock

While there are almost too many movies about musicians to count, here are the 25 best musical biopics ever made. → Read More

The Most Anticipated Movies of Summer 2019

Hollywood has a lot in store for this year's summer blockbuster season, from sequels, reboots, and a new Quentin Tarantino film. Here are the movies we're most looking forward to in Summer 2019. → Read More

Hugh Grant's Haircut in Four Weddings and a Funeral Is Iconic '90s

Four Weddings and a Funeral was not Grant's first movie role, but it was indisputably the movie that made him an international star—and the movie that essentially established the on-screen persona he maintained throughout the '90s, the awkward and harmless romantic leading man. → Read More

The 'I Love You, Now Die' Trailer Teases a Behind-the-Scenes Look at the Shocking Michelle Carter Saga

I Love You, Now Die looks at the infamous "texting suicide case" about Michelle Carter, the Massachusetts teenager who encouraged Roy Carter to kill himself → Read More

Every James Bond Theme Song, Ranked

From "Goldfinger" to "Skyfall," we break down the best tracks playing alongside 007. → Read More