“The Boys: Season 2”: One-Sentence Review

Holy f%ing smoke, Homelander, “The Boys’” second go-around is full-throttle, take-no-prisoners crazy—in the best way possible—improving on an already excellent season one by leaps and super-human bounds.

12 out of 12 Tamales

“Hubie Halloween”: One-Sentence Review

Adam Sandler unintentionally resurrects The Waterboy’s Bobby Boucher in the worst way possible in “Hubie Halloween,” a monster mashup of horrible characters, flat jokes, and bodily functions that make Little Nicky look halfway decent.

3.5 out of 12 Tamales

“Jurassic World Camp Cretaceous: Season One”: One-Sentence Review

With the kiddie-gloves almost off and the dino-chomps questionably PG, Netflix’s Camp Cretaceous isn’t a throwaway Jurassic World clone—but a formidable companion series with surprising bite.

9 out of 12 Tamales

“Cobra Kai: Season Two”: One-Sentence Review

Holding back no punches, Cobra Kai improves on season one’s excellence, winning match point after match point as it expertly moves 35 year old and current storylines forward.

10.5 out of 12 Tamales

“Cobra Kai: Season One”: One-Sentence Review

Unexpectedly kickass, Cobra Kai revives its 1980s movie counterpart(s) with a series that is both welcoming to new fans and rewarding to those around since the beginning.

10 out of 12 Tamales

“Tenet”: One-Sentence Review

Christopher Nolan’s love letter to himself, Tenet, even with typical, slick Nolan sequences and strong acting, alienates its viewers—filming in iambic pentameter instead of for-the-masses prose.

6 out of 12 Tamales

“Mulan (2020)”: One-Sentence Review

While Mulan’s tone and humor can be terse at times, the immense scope, the gorgeous cinematography, and inspiring action set pieces bring a certain gravitas to this worthwhile reimagining.

9.5 out of 12 Tamales