Not everything about the production works, but it's certainly not a bad way to spend a couple of hours.
A Robert De Niro-produced hour set in New York's moderately mean streets.
The Variety office is the sort of place where people engage in honest-to-gosh water-cooler chat about the latest Sunday-night dilemma -- namely, too many good TV shows, and too little time.
Translating Steve Harvey's bestseller "Act Like a Lady, Think Like a Man" into a four-pronged romantic comedy, Tim Story's breezy if predictable film overstays its welcome.
Ever hear a picture is worth 1,000 words? I certainly felt that way when I saw this one for the second episode of Lifetime's "The Client List," as massage-therapist-with-extras-provider Riley, played…
This is such a boom time for TV drama two of the most entertaining hours around, TNT's "Southland" and FX's "Justified," spent most of the season running opposite each other, and — despite plenty of…
Producer Judd Apatow told journalists it's OK not to like the characters in "Girls," and thank God for that. Self-absorbed and self-indulgent, these slightly adrift twentysomethings have completely…
Add to the list of jobs everyone thinks they can do -- alongside football coach, TV critic and president of the United States -- a fast-rising newcomer: Cable news host.
The show is charming, but its irreverence and madcap energy disguises a conventional mismatched buddy comedy.
Today, I offered my mostly positve review of "The Client List," the new series starring Jennifer Love Hewitt as a Texas mom who begins turning tricks to make (financial) ends meet. This has resulted…
The first two episodes suggest Lifetime has stumbled onto a winner, destined to rub its core audience the right way.