Well folks, we're down to the wire. And because every single media outlet has latched on to the "David vs. David" concept, "American Idol" decided to run with it by giving the final showdown a boxing…
Given the scheduling -- as low-viewing windows go, Saturday of Memorial Day weekend could hardly be more barren -- CBS clearly doesn't care if anybody watches this long-on-the-shelf movie.
There's a hostage crisis involving terrorists, but fortunately, America has FBI agent Jack Bender -- no kidding, Jack Bender -- to save the day.
Demonstrating that sitcom woes aren't limited to this side of the Atlantic, the BBC trots out a slim slacker comedy with a tepid romantic hook.
I have been saying for several weeks that the producers were hell-bent on having a plus-size winner this cycle. (Just ask my friend Lori. I said those exact words to her last week.)
The end of the Bush presidency seems like an appropriate time to sift through the 2000 election's wreckage, with "Recount" serving as just the movie to help pick that scab.
Robert Louis Stevenson's strange tale of split personality has long fascinated filmmakers, but the transformation has seldom been quite as limp and boring as this European production.
Yep, folks. It's David vs. David for the final two. The rocker vs. the kiddie crooner. Two men enter, one man leaves! Welcome to the Thunderdome!
The kids sing three songs each, one chosen by a judge, one they choose themselves and one chosen by the producers. And nearly all the choices are dismal.
At last, we come to the end of our "Survivor" voyage. I'd be feeling all nostalgic, except that I have three hours of 'Survivor' to recap.