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Nintendo Switch Sports review: Some things never get old

Nintendo Switch Sports modernizes a timeless classic without changing much at all -- and that's a good thing.
A Mii hits a tennis ball in Nintendo Switch Sports.

Garmin Vivosmart 5 review: Aces the software, fails design

The design may turn you off, but don't dismiss the Vivosmart 5 because the software is absolutely top-notch.
18 hours ago
Garmin Vivosmart 5 worn on a man's wrist, showing the time.

Under the Banner of Heaven review: A gripping crime thriller

Under the Banner of Heaven is a compelling new thriller miniseries starring Andrew Garfield.
1 day ago
Gil Birmingham and Andrew Garfield walk toward crime scene tape in Under the Banner of Heaven.

Grell TWS/1 review: Quirky buds with quality sound

The Grell TWS/1 are made for audio fidelity first, but you don't have to be a sound purist to appreciate them.
1 day ago
grell tws1 review top view

Roccat Burst Pro Air review: More than a pretty light show

The Roccat Burst Pro Air gaming mouse does a great job by not completely sacrificing performance for looks.
1 day ago
burst pro black rgb on standing

Bubble review: Sometimes spectacle is enough

Tetsurō Araki's animated feature Bubble is a feast for the eyes and ears, even when the convoluted story falls short of its potential.
1 day ago
Perched on top of a tall crane, Hibiki looks out over Tokyo in a scene from Bubble.

Crush review: Charming teen love story anyone can relate to

Teenage romantic comedy Crush delivers a funny, simple story that adults of any age can appreciate, no matter how old you are or who you love.
1 day ago
Rowan Blanchard as Paige Evans sits in a chair in the principal's office, in a scene from Crush.
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Shining Girls review: Crimes of the past (and future)

Elisabeth Moss turns in another stunning performance in Shining Girls, Apple TV+'s creepy and intriguing new sci-fi mystery series.
Elisabeth Moss looks up in Shining Girls.

Lumina webcam review: A stylish 4K upgrade

The Lumina webcam boasts a sturdy design and AI software, but its 4K video quality remains its highlight.
The Lumina webcam perched on top of a Panasonic Toughbook laptop

Gaslit review: A searing critique of American political corruption

Gaslit is an entertaining new series about the real-life Watergate scandal.
Sean Penn and Julia Roberts walk together through a crowd in Gaslit.

The Bad Guys review: A clever crime comedy for the whole family

Sam Rockwell leads the impressive voice cast of The Bad Guys, a clever new animated crime comedy that is suitable for the whole family.
Mr. Wolf and the rest of The Bad Guys look out a car window together.

Petite Maman review: A quiet and charming fairy tale

Petite Maman is the charming and profoundly moving new film from Portrait of a Lady on Fire director Céline Sciamma.
petite maman review nelly and marion look at their fort in

A Very British Scandal review: Come for drama, stay for Foy

Here's how A Very British Scandal stacks up to 2018's A Very English Scandal.
Claire Foy and Paul Bettany stand next to each other in A Very British Scandal.

The Unbearable Weight of Massive Talent review: Nic Cage as Nic Cage

Nicolas Cage stars as himself in the mostly witless meta trifle The Unbearable Weight of Massive Talent.
Nicolas Cage looks at the camera while wearing a sunglasses in The Unbearable Weight of Massive Talent.

Jeep Grand Cherokee 4xe first drive review: Do-it-all plug-in

As it inches toward an electric future, Jeep adds a plug to one of its most popular SUVs.
The 2022 Jeep Grand Cherokee 4xe plug-in hybrid perched on a rock.

Playdate review: WarioWare as a gaming handheld

The Playdate has a wacky crank-controlled concept, but the charming video game handheld is definitely no joke.
A gamer holds a Playdate in their hands.

We’re All Going to the World’s Fair review: Welcome to the internet

We're All Going to the World's Fair uses the language of creepypasta horror to meditate on the way the internet has reshaped a generation's identity.
Anna Cobb stares into the digital abyss in We're All Going to the World's Fair.

Dual review: Selling the feint, awkwardly

It's not the film you probably think it is, but Riley Stearns' sci-fi satire Dual is a story that pays off a patient audience.
Aaron Paul and Karen Gillan discuss combat techniques in a scene from Dual.

Choose or Die review: Where’s a grue when you need one?

Netflix film Choose Or Die promises a retro horror story, but never fully commits to the potential of its '80s gaming premise.
Iola evans stares at a TV screen in a scene from Choose Or Die.

Paris, 13th District review: Sex and the City (of Lights)

In Paris, 13th District, The Sisters Brothers director Jacques Audiard heads back to France to make a portrait of amorous Parisians.
Lucie Zhang, Makita Samba, and Noémie Merlant walk through the park in Paris, 13th District.

Anatomy of a Scandal review: Netflix drama misses the mark

Netflix's courtroom drama Anatomy of a Scandal fails to make a case as a worthwhile series to binge watch.
Rupert Friend and Sienna Miller stand in a crowd of reporters in Anatomy of a Scandal.

The Cellar review: An evil house with a mathematical twist

Brendan Muldowney's The Cellar is an atmospheric horror with an intriguing twist that something truly scary: Math.
Keira holds a light up with Steven standing behind her in a scene from The Cellar.

Outer Range review: Cowboys through the looking glass

Outer Range takes a traditional Western into weird territory with a gripping story that poses more questions than it answers but still entertains.
Josh Brolin walks toward a massive, mysterious hole in the ground in a scene from Outer Range.

Intel Core i9-12900KS review: When the best isn’t enough

The Core i9-12900KS offers the best CPU performance, but it's too expensive to be an option for most people.
The Intel Core i9-12900KS box sitting in front of a gaming PC.

The Northman review: Viking mayhem for adolescents of all ages

The Witch and The Lighthouse director Robert Eggers returns with a wild, gory Viking epic, The Northman.
Alexander Skarsgård strikes a fearsome Viking pose.

Alienware Tri-Mode Wireless Gaming Mouse review: Earthbound

The Alienware Tri-Mode Wireless AW720 is expensive and offers nothing out of this world.
View of the Alienware Tri-Mode Wireless Gaming Mouse from above.

Sonic the Hedgehog 2 review: Blurry sequel stalls out

Sonic the Hedgehog 2's furry heroes steal the show, but its live-action ensemble stalls the sequel's momentum.
Sonic and Knuckles clash in Sonic the Hedgehog 2.

Metal Lords review: Keep calm and rock on

A talented young cast, a clever script, and a blistering soundtrack come together in the comedy Metal Lords from Game of Thrones co-creator D.B. Weiss.
Aidan Greensmith walks out of the mist in heavy-metal leather and makeup in a scene from Metal Lords.

The Girl and the Spider review: A glorious enigma

Ramon Zürcher's hypnotic drama The Girl and the Spider playfully bends the rules of moviemaking to create a memorably unsettling experience.
Liliane Amuat and Henriette Confurius look at a spider .