This new dance-and-travel series, to be unveiled on Netflix on New Year’s Day, explores the world through movement. Hosted by the dancer Vandana Hart, it investigates traditional and urban dance traditions on a global level. So far, there are five episodes with locations in Paris; Vietnam; Beirut, Lebanon; Lagos, Nigeria; and Bali. “It’s going to be a real mixture of different styles,” Ms. Hart says in the trailer. And it’s a good excuse for a New Year’s resolution: In 2018, see more dance.
Kim Yong-hwa’s delirious fantasy “Along With the Gods: The Two Worlds” is a harmless romp flirting at profundity without coming close. But it certainly offers plenty to occupy the eye. Rarely has a director so reveled in the possibilities of digital effects (with the exception of Robert Rodriguez during his “Adventures of Sharkboy and Lavagirl” period). That said, story clarity and emotional depth tend to evaporate amid the visual pyrotechnics.
With the buddy-cop fantasy “Bright,” Will Smith and the director David Ayer attempt to chart new territory: an urban action film populated not only by humans but also fantastical creatures like centaurs, fairies, orcs and elves. (If you’re unfamiliar with orcs, check your J. R. R. Tolkien.) The result is a loud, ungainly hybrid that does not serve police procedurals or fantasy spectaculars very well. Written by Max Landis (whose scripts for “Mr.
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Selecting a term
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