Disney+ proves that there is still more exciting material to convey from the rich Marvel universe.
Many films have had special editions made by a dissatisfied director - but none as extensive as Justice League.
The sequel follows in the same fascinating footsteps as the first season - and that is not a bad thing at all.
With Diana on the field, we really get a gloomy insight into the emotionally blunted British royal family.
Netflix has produced a visually stunning film, with beautiful actors, but the remake of the thriller classic is certainly not particularly scary.
Apple has produced one of the better spy series in many years.
HBO takes us on an unsatisfactory hockey trip to Sweden's icy redneck country.
Netflix' first Norwegian feature film has great ambitions and a fascinating plot - but unfortunately fails at key points.
The Boss and his E Street Band are back in classic form on this solid if uneven album.
Susanne Bier delivers an exciting, and well-made, thriller drama on HBO.
Netflix only partially succeeds with its feminist twist on the Sherlock Holmes universe.
Disney tells the "true" story of the incredible vaccine race in Alaska almost a hundred years ago.
The Christian conservative Midwest in the United States forms the backdrop for Netflix's outrageous family chronicle of violence, lust, and the ubiquitous original sin.
The background story of the legendary, icy, sister Ratched forms the perfect setting for an exceptionally successful TV series.
With its first original series, Disney breathes new, and at the same time classic, life into the Star Wars saga with The Mandalorian!