Showtime show offers little reason to send up celebratory plumes of white smoke.
This grim, absorbing show restores the horror to homicide, while its cliffhangers deftly propel viewers from one hour into the next.
I've been saying for awhile that Warner Bros.' theatrical release of DC Comics' "Green Lantern" is a huge project in terms of the evolution of comic-book characters for big-screen adaptations, along…
Spiritually closer to "The Tudors" than the simple-minded camp of "Spartacus: Blood and Sand," "Camelot" presents something of a double-edged sword.
UPDATE: In a USA Today interview, NCAA Prez Mark Emmert now says he's open to compensating players. Let's just say I'm skeptical. Also, you can find the "Frontline" segment here if you're interested…
Movies and television are not usually the best places to conduct a referendum on a particular group's status -- which doesn't stop people from trying.
Another strike into a lucrative if awfully familiar vein.
Fox's reality mavens manage to take something as weird and wonderful as flash mobs and overzealously turn it into a garish, almost vulgar prank show.
The painfully shallow and woefully bad eight-hour miniseries' main preoccupation is sex -- implied, but never really shown.
"The Kennedys" might be guilty of playing fast and loose with history in places, but as I say in my review, it's biggest crime is being lousy. So to read the New York Times' coverage of the…
Spiritually closer to "The Tudors" than the simple-minded camp of "Spartacus: Blood and Sand" -- which helped put Starz's original programming on the map -- "Camelot" presents something of a…