Jesse Hassenger

‘Friends: The Reunion’: the best moments – and how old they’ll make you feel

From Joey's identical hand twin to 'Smelly Cat' by Lady Gaga

‘Palm Springs’ review: ‘Groundhog Day’ in the California Desert

Andy Samberg swaps sitcoms for the Coachella Valley in a touching time-loop romance

As Lucille Bluth, Jessica Walter gave us one of TV’s great matriarchs

Acerbic, witty and totally out of touch, the 'Arrested Development' character was a sitcom all-timer

‘Your Honor’ review: slow-burning legal drama borrows from ‘Breaking Bad’

Bryan Cranston's star power can't cover up this tawdry thriller's greatest crimes

‘ZeroZeroZero’ promised a modern day mob thriller – but it’s can’t keep up with the classics

The darkly menacing mafia drama looks beautiful, but there's little substance to go with the style

‘Willy’s Wonderland’ review: Nicolas Cage unleashes hell on an army of devilish animatronics

Hollywood's angriest actor takes on a legion of fuzzy puppets in gory, gross-out fashion

‘Losing Alice’ review: dream-like erotic thriller gets lost in its own thoughts

Apple's new miniseries looks gorgeous, but its cinematic sensibilities don't quite make for gripping telly

‘Happiest Season’ review: queer Christmas romcom serves up festive comfort food

This Yuletide comedy boasts warm, fuzzy feelings but it lacks real heart

‘Looted’ review: laddish crime caper turned kitchen sink drama

'Mean Streets' is transplanted to a down-on-its-luck English seaside town in Rene Pannevis' feature debut
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