Let's talk about the biggest revelations and takeaways from the finale - and the entire second season as a whole - from courtroom fireworks to batting practice and an ending that sure doesn't feel like an ending.
Is the HBO hit starting to crumble a bit along with the big lie at the show's center? Grab your ice cream cone: Let's discuss the big takeaways, revelations and questions from Sunday night's latest episode.
"She Knows." You don't get much more ominous than the title of Sunday night's new episode of "Big Little Lies." But who is the "she"? And what does she know? Well, here's what we know after passing the halfway mark of the second season last night.
Nothing says "ominous and foreboding" like naming your new episode "The End of the World." So would the Monterey Five's worlds keep revolving after Sunday night's new hour of "Big Little Lies"?
If last week's season premiere of "Big Little Lies" was the appetizer, then Sunday night's episode was a full feast, serving up drama after revelation after deliciously scathing one-liner. Here are the five biggest takeaways from "Tell-Tale Hearts."
Get ready for second grade - season two of "Big Little Lies" is here. So without further ado, let's fire up those retro needle drops and talk about the big - or little - takeaways from the season premiere.
Having eventually learned how to use his aggression in positive ways, the author reflects on the value and art of mixed martial arts, arguing there is no sport more diverse. Also, a preview of this weekend's fights.
Can anything stop "La La Land"? That's the question on everyone's lips after the Oscar nominations were announced this morning, handing the bright-hued Hollywood musical 14 nominations - tied for the most for a single movie.
In episode 13 of The Postgame Tailgate podcast, Jimmy Carlton and Matt Mueller discuss the Packers' playoff win over the Giants, look ahead to Dallas and argue that Joe Buck and Troy Aikman are actually good. Then, they recap the Golden Globes. Also, tune in for OnMilwaukee radio jingles from 1999!
Last night, the Golden Globes officially kicked off awards season, announcing its bizarre yet not bizarre enough to be all that interesting winners. But who really won and lost at Sunday night's ceremony? Let's break it down.
Let's start out with the obvious, and the best part of the film. Anna Kendrick as Cinderella is the perfect casting.
There are many morals taught and learned over the course of "Into the Woods." Look at the world through others' eyes. Let your children into the world. Stop giving Johnny Depp roles involving goofy hats. However, the ultimate overarching lesson is be careful what you wish for, one that was all too prescient for fans of the beloved musical concerned about Disney's big screen adaptation. For fans, however, this story ends with a "happily ever after."
About 20 years later, Jeff Bridges has finally gotten "The Giver" to the big screen, and for a project with clearly some passion behind it, the final result is bafflingly inert, as though the film itself has been sampling the characters' daily emotional sedation.
Movies love the "ride off into the sunset"-style ending. Few, however, get into what happens on the other side of that horizon, and even fewer tackle how the two fare once twilight sets in. "Hope Springs," on the other hand, devotes a whole movie to it.
In this edition of the Screening Room, OnMilwaukee.com movie expert Mark Metcalf takes a look at a handful of movies showing at the Milwaukee Film Festival, which runs through Sunday, Oct. 4. One of the films Metcalf looks at is "Theater of War," which was produced by Whitefish bay native Jack Turner and stars Academy Award winner Meryl Streep (pictured).