Silicon Valley took the world by storm with its first season, but the caustic, geek-centric, culture commentary show had a lot to work out to get a second season to fly, and while still better than quite a bit of the television world, it didn't quite make it to the level of the first few episodes of the show.
Kristen Wiig takes a quirky, dysfunctional character and manages to make a comedy while celebrating the mental challenges and universal struggles of existence, instead of making fun of the character's condition. All while managing a role so engaging that you wouldn't care if it never ended.
There are some movies for younger audiences that show up to change the game, and Minuscule: Valley of the Lost Ants is one of them. The fear is that too many will pass it up because they believe kids won't "do" a silent film, but that would be a mistake. They'll love it.
Scooby-Doo still wins over fans, and the latest adventure is solid fun, and comes with a great look back at the franchise.