Michael Landweber is the author of the novel, We. His short stories have appeared in a variety of places, including Gargoyle, Fourteen Hills, Fugue, American Literary Review, Barrelhouse and Ardor. He is an Associate Editor at the Potomac Review. Landweber has also worked at The Japan Times and the Associated Press. He lives in Washington, DC with his wife and two children. He can be contacted through his website at mikelandweber.com.
How to Get Away with Murder is aimed to capture the essence of both of the Shonda Rhimes shows that precede it, Grey's Anatomy and Scandal.
25 Sep 2014
Sex Tape demonstrates that it's very hard to do a funny movie about the difficulty of maintaining a successful marriage.
18 Jul 2014
The story in The Grand Budapest Hotel repeatedly takes a backseat to the style. Wes Anderson is meticulous with his details and creates a candy-colored world within which to situate his whimsy.
14 Mar 2014
Girls is becoming more complex along with its characters, and as a result, the viewer feels a greater investment.
12 Jan 2014
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26 Sep 2013
Focused on three teenagers coming of age, this Sundance hit feels nostalgic, even with its contemporary setting.
07 Jun 2013
If the plot is thin, the show does offer other pleasures, including the actors’ improv skills, revealed in subtle and hilarious flashes of genius.
11 May 2013
42, like Lincoln, reminds us that one person, at a pivotal moment, can overcome popular prejudices and help change rules and expectations.
12 Apr 2013
As Pete and Debbie confront intimacy issues, financial difficulties, and unresolved childhood baggage, they aren't necessarily people with whom you want to spend two hours.
21 Dec 2012
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