With a cast led by Sonequa Martin-Green ("The Walking Dead"), a shift towards serialized storytelling and a big Peak TV budget, does this "Star Trek" live up to the best of the old shows? Here's what reviewers have to say about the first few episodes.
With a glass back, upgraded camera and better processor (but still no headphone jack) is the iPhone 8 a tangible step up from the 7? Are phone aficionados better off waiting for the X so they can pay with their face? Here's what tech reviewers think of Apple's latest.
Microsoft's made a Surface product that doesn't split the difference between tablet and laptop — this thing's a bonafide laptop (with a touchscreen) and it aims to be the top choice for students. Here's what the reviews say.
Google's second generation of in-house designed phones has a lot of interesting competition out there. Do the Pixel 2 and 2XL stack up against the iPhones and Galaxy phones of the world? Here's what reviews say.
This year's DC blockbuster gave Wonder Woman the movie she deserves; now audiences will get her real-life origins. Is a polyamorous love story filmed like a conventional biopic romance a winning idea?Here's what the reviews say.
Jackie Chan goes up against Pierce Brosnan in this "Taken"-esque action-thriller. It's the first time Brosnan and director Martin Campbell have worked together since "Goldeneye" and it's unusually serious for Chan — is it worth a watch? Here's what the reviews say.
After a somewhat disappointing second season, can "Mr. Robot" get back on track, or is this show stuck in a loop? Critics got to see over half of the upcoming season — here's what the reviews have to say.
Idris Elba and Kate Winslet star in this film that's one part survival movie, one part romance. Can you really cross "The Grey" with "When Harry Met Sally" and end up with a good film? Here's what the reviews say.
Is this the start of a new era of premium Chromebooks, or does the Pixelbook lack the versatility to justify its steep cost?
Tech bloggers got a chance to play around with the Pixel 2 and 2 XL after today's Google event — here are their initial thoughts.
Bryan Singer brings his "X-Men" directorial experience to bear in the pilot for Matt Nix's new show revolving around a family on the run: mom, dad and their two mutant kids. Here's what critics are saying.
Anger over minor inconveniences, boneheaded opinions on social niceties, borderline tasteless commentary on acceptable human behavior? Sounds like "Curb." Here's what the reviews have to say.
After the crushing dud that was "The Mummy," can this Doug Liman ("Edge of Tomorrow") film about a big-shot pilot wrapped up in international affairs resurrect Tom Cruise's charm? Here's what the reviews have to say.
35 years after Ridley Scott's original claimed its place as one of the all-time great sci-fi movies, "Blade Runner 2049" arrives to continue the story. Does it live up to the original?
It's tiny, it comes with amazing games like "Super Metroid," "Earthbound" and "Donkey Kong Country" — and hopefully, just hopefully, it'll be easier to find than the last mini Nintendo console was. Is it worth tracking one down? Here's what the reviews have to say.
Edie Falco stars as defense attorney Leslie Abramson in the "Law & Order" franchise's first foray into the true crime genre. Can facts fit this formula or has the show's strength always been fiction? Here's what the reviews say.
Emma Stone and Steve Carell star in this biopic about the most watched tennis match in history. Is it a worthwhile watch or a disappointing volley? Here's what the reviews have to say.
Maybe, from having watched "Black Swan" and the trailer for "mother!" you think you're prepared for anything Aronofsky could throw at you. All the buzz says you'd be dead wrong. Here's what the reviews are saying.
Is the iPhone X a game-changer or just a very expensive, very sleek-looking pocket computer? Here's what tech writers are saying after spending a little bit of hands-on time with the iPhone X at Apple's event yesterday.
Early excerpts from Clinton's election post-mortem caused a stir across the web last week. Now that some reviewers have had their chance to take a crack at the whole book, we've rounded up their impressions.
James Franco and Maggie Gyllenhaal star in this new show from David Simon and George Pelecanos set in sleazy '70s New York. Is it the next Peak TV hit? Here's what the reviews have to say.
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