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Recent articles by Joshua:


Parasite May Be 2019’s Best Film: Review

In director Bong Joon-ho's new must-see movie Parasite, one family scams their way into working for another, and things spiral from there. → Read More


Joker Is a Movie for People Who Want to Blame Everyone Else

If there's a villain in Todd Phillips's new movie Joker, it's vaguely "the rich", but disingenuously so. → Read More


Stop Bingeing and Watch All TV Like It's Network TV

You can still channel surf in the streaming age and have a great time if you just believe in yourself. → Read More


'Los Espookys' Will Haunt 2019 as the TV Comedy to Beat

The HBO six-episode show wraps up its first season tonight. → Read More


The Lion King Review: Out of the Uncanny Valley

Disney's new reboot of 'The Lion King' stars Beyoncé, Donald Glover, Billy Eichner, Seth Rogen, and more. → Read More

A Peek Into a Future When the Border Wall Is Built and the 1 Percent Get Away With More Than Just Murder

Fernando A. Flores’s debut novel, Tears of the Trufflepig, is unlike any border story you’ve read before. → Read More


Bradley Whitford Will Save Us From the Monsters

Bradley Whitford, who appears onscreen in 'Godzilla: King of Monsters,' has a knack for playing characters that understand their power and privilege. → Read More


'Avengers: Endgame': The Spoiler-Free Review

A deep dive on 'Avengers: Endgame'—the culmination of the Marvel Cinematic Universe's myth-building—for those who've seen the movie. → Read More


Rob Delaney Works Through Catastrophe So We Can All Be Better

The final season of Delaney's uncompromising show Catastrophe put a period on a heavy few years for the actor. As he shows, comedy can't always be pretty—but it can be a start to something bigger. → Read More


Review: 'Dumbo' Flew So Disney Could Burn

'Dumbo,' the strangest Disney film yet, sets fire to the very idea of Disney, even as the company becomes increasingly fireproof. → Read More


'Jane the Virgin': TV's Most Ridiculous, Beautiful Show Gets Ready To Say Goodbye

There's nothing like 'Jane the Virgin,' and you should catch up before its big goodbye. → Read More


Watching How 'Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse' Came Together Is as Fun as the Movie Itself

2018's Oscar-winning animated film feels like a miracle, and dipping behind the scenes shows you why. → Read More


'Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice' Review: Why I Love Games That Kick My Ass

Maybe shadows do die twice but I die... a lot. → Read More


'Us' Review: We Should All Be Scared of Ourselves

Jordan Peele's 'Get Out' follow up is a more ambitious, scarier film that you'll want to talk about with everyone. → Read More


The New Monster in the ‘Stranger Things’ Season 3 Trailer Is Actually Puberty

The hit Netflix show returns when it’s summertime in Hawkins, Indiana, and things are getting...awkward. (But also, still scary.) → Read More


'The Expanse' Is (Basically) the Show 'Game of Thrones' Used to Be

And the one 'Westworld' wishes it was. → Read More


Monica Lewinsky's 'Last Week Tonight' Interview Should Be Required for Internet Use

In the segment, John Oliver talks to Lewinsky about how public shaming harms the powerless most. → Read More


Review: 'Catastrophe' Says Goodbye Like the Rude, Beautiful Show It Always Was

Farewell to one of the best, most honest sitcoms about love and marriage ever made. → Read More


Can You Believe Will Smith Has Never Done Standup?

The superstar got a few lessons from Dave Chappelle. → Read More


'Booksmart' Looks Like 2019's First Great Comedy

Put Olivia Wilde's directorial debut on your calendar this instant. → Read More