French brothers Jules and Gedeon Naudet happened to be shooting a documentary about New York firefighters that became "9/11," the riveting, landmark CBS production.
Holiday specials have been kicking butt ratings-wise this year, perhaps as a temporary antidote to everything else that's happenings in the world.
Aside from one glaring blemish -- the wholly unnecessary practice of using dramatic re-creations to replicate the protagonist's salacious recreations, like cavorting with strippers in a hot tub -…
In the spirit of the season, the following is an open letter to readers of the Drudge Report. . .
A bit like "American Idol" on speed and laughing gas, "Clash of the Choirs" promised viewers "a competition like you've never seen before," which comes pretty close to false advertising.
More "The Weakest Link" than "Who Wants to Be a Millionaire," "Duel" will face a duel of its own -- going up against another multi-night event,
Occasionally, a documentary is only as good as its subject matter, and on that score "Hard as Nails" -- about youth minister Justin Fatica, who employs the physique and demeanor of a high-school…
"Walk Hard: The Dewey Cox Story" strums the genre for considerable laughs, with John C. Reilly playing the title balladeer from teen to senior citizen, generating enough goodwill to offset the flat…
'Twas Thanksgiving weekend, and all through the house...
Musicals danced off with a trio of major nominations and "Atonement" had little to atone for at the 65th annual Golden Globes, leading an overflowing field of seven drama contenders announced…
An old-fashioned disaster epic that actually received a limited theatrical release in the U.K., "Flood" makes its U.S. debut on ION (the little-seen channel formerly known as Pax TV) as part of a…