Tom Gliatto

Because we all watched a lot of it this year
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In a year we couldn't visit theaters, movies came to us
From Jennifer Aniston to Schitt's Creek, PEOPLE's critic shares picks for the major categories
Little Fires Everywhere can't avoid comparisons to Big Little Lies
Downton AbbeyFleabag, The Americans, Community and more also made the list
The list is dominated by streaming platforms like Amazon, Netflix and Disney+
The original cast has been replaced, with Claire Foy’s dewy, resolute young Queen giving way to Olivia Colman’s helmet-haired, middle-aged one
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Jennifer Aniston and Reese Witherspoon star as women who cover — and make — the news
Nancy (Kennedy McMann) has always been drawn to detection — or maybe it’s more that detection was drawn to her
What can be as satisfying as a superhero in step with the times?
Joker is a deliberate provocation that borrows freely from unsettling classics like Taxi Driver
Still, Gwyneth Paltrow is a scene-stealer, proving that she remains a formidable actress
"You don't deserve to have somebody insert their body parts inside of you," Chanel Miller says in her first television interview
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Cameron Boyce, who has played Cruella De Vil's son Carlos since the first Descendants four years ago, died July 6 at age 20
The standout performer this time is newcomer Maya Hawke (daughter of Ethan Hawke and Uma Thurman)
Almost a decade before the Game of Thrones finale tore fans apart, ABC's Lost bid an equally divisive farewell
Season 3 clearly aims to recapture some of the great first season's creeping atmospheric menace
It almost feels nostalgic, reminiscent of the still-missed Parks and Recreation
Emily Blunt is flawless as a woman described as perfect in every way
A frightened family without the ghost of a chance, a hit man who’d love to be a hit onstage and a welcome new home for Julia Roberts
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A star was born, Wakandans united and we fell in love with the crazy rich — PEOPLE picks the best movies of 2018
HBO's latest limited series is, quite simply, the programming event of the summer.