Wednesday, August 17 2011
When fitness celebrities turn fat folks into fitness celebrities in their own image, self-preservation and betterment are eclipsed by the value of self-promotion. Remember the subjects undergoing these life-changing metamorphoses are “real” people.
Wednesday, June 15 2011
While Spurlock promises real insight into the corporate world, and the audience keeps looking for it, it turns out there is none.
Friday, December 10 2010
Because so many noteworthy things happened in the history of American television this year, it’s best to look at it all one month at a time. So let’s take a look at the biggest events on TV in January 2010.
Saturday, August 23 2008
Friday, July 25 2008
Morgan Spurlock has been treated as a kinder, gentler version of Michael Moore: thinner, younger, and better tailored for prime-time.
Friday, April 18 2008
Where in the World is Osama Bin Laden? poses its titular question so it is at once literal and metaphorical.
Thursday, April 17 2008
Wednesday, September 12 2007
This is one of the best comedies on the air; whip-smart and hilarious.
Wednesday, August 2 2006
It's not an earth-shattering revelation that illegal immigrants are people too. But 30 Days turned a debate too often reliant on PR spin or faceless statistics into affecting drama.
Friday, July 28 2006
A mix of entertaining personal stories and informational segments that address larger issues, this is reminiscent of the better moments of Michael Moore's The Awful Truth -- only with a more charismatic host.