John Cusack and Nicolas Cage star in this solid if unmemorable true-crime drama about an Alaskan serial killer.
At this point "Falling Skies" qualifies as a well-oiled machine, down to TNT's strategy of bringing the series back each year capitalizing on all that male tune-in during the NBA playoffs. Overtly…
J.J. Abrams sets his filmmaking to "stun" with a sequel in every respect equal or even superior to its splendid 2009 predecessor.
The broadcast networks, with one notable exception, are giving out episode orders this year that sound more like a lottery ticket than TV series pickup pacts: 15, 11, 8, 6, 13.
A highly satisfying Western-cum-noir in the old tradition, "Deadfall" is alive in ways that are all too rare among American movies.
There's almost no such thing as an unknown anymore in TV. Though plenty of roles remain to be filled in this season's TV pilot casting, true newcomers remain relatively few and far between.
CBS has collared a Jerry Bruckheimer TV pilot, giving a greenlight to a drama about a mother-turned-N.Y. state trooper.
Nicolas Cage and John Cusack are heading north to Alaska to topline thriller "The Frozen Ground," centered on the investigation of notorious serial killer Robert Hansen, with Emmett Furla Films…