Marvel is making their own live-action comic series, and while you don’t necessarily need to collect all the pieces to enjoy the story, there’s a much bigger payoff if you do.
30 Sep 2014
I Love Lucy has been treasured for years, but this is the first time that it has been presented in a manner so thoroughly studied and examined within its historical context.
08 May 2014
Syfy's new series Defiance is an ambitious transmedia project. But in this case, that does more harm than good.
28 Oct 2013
Gus Fring has earned his spot in the all-time Villain Hall of Fame. It his unexcitable demeanor when enraged that makes him unpredictable and highly volatile to be around, and that's exactly what you want in a good antagonist: never knowing what he is going to do next.
21 Aug 2013
Far from being a typical documentary, The Men Who Built America attempts to bridge the gap between narrative and biography, history lesson and entertainment.
26 Mar 2013
Big Brother Is Watching -- and Then Kicking Your Ass: 'Person of Interest: The Complete First Season
Person of Interest is an amalgamation – it’s Eagle Eye, Minority Report, and Batman mythos rolled into one complicated series.
25 Sep 2012
In trying to make Blue Like Jazz’s Christian sensibilities more palatable to non-Christian crowds, Jesus becomes less the moral of the story and more of an afterthought; a way for the filmmakers to tell Don’s story rather than the reason they’re telling the story in the first place.
17 Sep 2012
Trekkies take note: this isn’t just a standard upconvert job from videotape. The footage has been recreated from the original film elements, and the payoff is huge. The episodes look as brand new now as they would have in 1987.
06 Aug 2012
The final installment in Nolan’s saga brings the focus back where it belongs: on the man behind the mask.
02 Aug 2012
Was love purer for us when we were 13? Probably not, but it sure is nice to remember it that way.
17 Jul 2012
Between former soldiers from both sides of America's deadliest war, prostitutes, immigrants, freed slaves, lost preachers, and Native Americans, there’s no shortage of stories to tell, and in just ten episodes Hell on Wheels embraces them all to varying degrees but with equal insight.
24 Jun 2012
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