On the thing where you are watching a show with your significant other and then she goes on vacation.
There was Frank Rizzo. Open up your !@#$%^ ears jackass.
There are far too many science fiction films that left us asking: what happened? Thankfully, three recent documentaries get to the bottom of it.
Richard Burton eloquently discusses the problems with addiction.
The Joy Of Dates where You and Bae watch two separate movies. (Reviews pending)
View a bit of largely unseen work from a legendary “punked humor” comedian carrying the torch of a late (I think?) legend and close friend and working partner of his.
The Religious Freedom Restoration Act and the Religious Test Clause predictably collide with Obergefell v. Hodges in Eastern Kentucky.
Remembering a notorious hell-raiser. And a talented one at that.
When doing some light research for the new Mission Impossible movie, I stumbled across the interesting fact that Tom Cruise hasn’t had a real flop in 30 years.
Funniest Show Of 2014 Returns Tonight On Comedy Central.
The wisdom of a sports movie and the insight of a litigator show that the best time is now — right now — for the nation to reconcile some of its deep social fissures.
Film composer James Horner died earlier today in a plane crash in California’a Los Padres National Forest. May he rest in peace.
Movies, sports, food, relaxation, fun times. At least, hopefully that’s the sort of thing that your weekend promises!
“The Last Man On Earth” is good and you should watch it.
Go watch “Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt” right now. Don’t even bother with the review.
Should you watch Amazon’s Bosch? Yes, so long as you’re willing to accept goodness rather than greatness.
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Must be in haiku
Want a chance to re-do your past? Get a grain, relive all your life, share it with your friends. All you’ll lose is the ability to forget and move on. By zic.
Vikram’s title for this episode would have been “The Hedonic Exercise Bike”.
Black Mirror’s first episode, National Anthem, isn’t really the Twilight Zone-esque sci-fi show it claims to be. But it might be the best political/social satire ever produced for television. Spoilers herein, as well as disturbing sexual content. By Tod Kelly.
Notes I should probably be titling things Gilmore girls since that’s the show’s official title, but I hate how it looks in the header. That lower case “g” is, frankly, maddening. “Cinnamon’s Wake” Get it? Like Finnegan’s Wake? Only it’s Cinnamon, the now deceased cat of Lorelai’s next-door neighbors. Let’s forget for a moment that all of…
Notes I am absolutely floored by the response to the first post, which has been simultaneously energetic and incredibly weird. I don’t assume that this will continue but it is fun while it lasts. These seasons are twenty-plus episodes long. This will devolve into a bit of a grind, probably sooner rather than later. With…
At the very outset, I must acknowledge the following: many of the women in my life consider Gilmore Girls to be among the greatest television shows ever created. These women – including my wife and numerous lifelong friends – share a passionate dedication to the show and its characters. I have heard for years about the…
Dennis Sanders notes that for a short time, there was an animated series based on comic book characters that was as intense and real as any live action drama. It was acclaimed by critics and fans alike. So of course, DC Comics had to kill it.
The next must-watch cable mini-series?
I can tell you what Game of Thrones is good at but not why we seem to like it so much.
Brando, Krueger, Skywalker, and Vin Diesel? Yes, you read that right.
Ten actors, in a particular order. Who’s eleventh?
Spoiler: The Lego Movie is
It’s time to bust Comcast.
The Doc may think he has an advantage this week. But nothing’s stopping you from snaking a win from him!
Via The Dish and Vimeo comes a video montage that moves past fan-fidling and transcends into something singularly marvelous.
Burt Likko’s been watching a little more television than usual. And he has a question.
It’s movies this week!
If you like TV and have not heard about Sundance Channel’s “The Writers’ Room”, I heavily recommend it. Jim Rash (who played the Dean on “Community”) hosts a different group of writers from a hit show each week. So far they’ve done “Parks and Rec”, “Dexter”, and “Breaking Bad”. It seems like a no-brainer of…
The Giant Mechanical Man tackles a subject that Hollywood pretends to care about but actually ignores: falling in love.