Kimi is now streaming on HBO Max, and Steven Soderbergh’s latest film boasts an interesting soundtrack. The music and score for the movie is actually pretty minimal, but there are some astounding musical moments going on here.
Subdued but simultaneously compelling, ‘Kimi’ had a plan, it knew what it wanted to do, and it executed it. It didn’t need to be more than 90 minutes long, and it was the better for its compact presentation.
This HBO Max series from James Gunn is a breath of fresh air in this genre that can often feel really rigid and overly structured. “Peacemaker” is given the chance to let loose a little bit and be its own kind of fun.
We are extremely early on into 2022, but I can already tell “Somebody Somewhere” is going to end up being one of my favorite new shows of the entire year.
One of TV’s funniest comedies is finally back, and “The Righteous Gemstones” are surrounded by more chaos than ever.
Just as important as Zendaya or Hunter Schafer’s characters are to the story, so is the music that soundtracks and scores each scene from this truly one-of-a-kind series.
‘Juice WRLD: Into the Abyss’ is the fifth and final documentary from HBO’s Music Box series of docs. Sadly, Into the Abyss couldn’t be a more fitting title for this Juice WRLD documentary. It’s also appropriate considering the fact that he had the words tattooed in large writing on both of his forearms. Charting the rise of his massively successful career, it also subsequently charts his downfall and demise as his drug use gets more and more intense.
This soundtrack for this show is unique in that the stylistic choices switch up with each episode. It becomes especially interesting when you can start to match up different genres and time periods of music with the different women Marcus is spending time with in the show.
“Insecure” on HBO delivers one of the most reliably phenomenal soundtracks of any show on TV, specializing in R&B and hip-hop by spotlighting both established and up-and-coming artists.
Season two of The Other Two premiered Thursday, August 26 on HBO Max. Starring Drew Tarver, Heléne Yorke, Molly Shannon, Case Walker, Ken Marino, this season also features guest stars Wanda Sykes, Brandon Scott Jones, Josh Segarra, Gideon Click, Alessia Cara, Bowen Yang, Noah Galvin, and more. Season one of The Other Two originally aired on Comedy Central in 2019 and debuted as a Max Original series in April. All episodes of season one are available now to stream on HBO Max for you to get caught up if you haven’t already.