The great thing about "The Simpsons" is the freedom to stop watching for, oh, three or four years and return to find everything exactly where you left it.
Much like the documentary "Grizzly Man," "Living With the Wolfman" is less about majestic animals than the peculiar breed of hairless ape that would choose to live with them -- the main focus here…
For all the hysteria and finger-pointing surrounding climate change, there actually have been several solid documentaries exploring the issue's science.
It's a swell idea in theory to put on a new comedy that's compatible with Lifetime reruns of "Reba" leading into it, but "Rita Rocks" works a little too hard at ensuring the two are virtually…
The third-season premiere is OK, but it's actually the second half-hour -- guest starring Oprah Winfrey -- that's more likely to get people buzzing…
Lifetime really does roll out a "Red Carpet Movie Event" with this fact-based vidpic, a look at one doctor's fight against breast cancer that crams in more tears -- of joy as well as sadness -- than…
Producer Sherry Jones' expose on the U.S.' use of torture techniques is angry and compelling -- a work whose sense of outrage clearly tilts toward the realm of advocacy journalism.
The cute name notwithstanding, "Chocolate News" is really just a sketch comedy for the audience Dave Chappelle abandoned when his Comedy Central show went AWOL.
Alaskan Gov. Sarah Palin appears briefly at the outset of "Iditarod," producer Thom Beers' latest paean to manly pursuits in forbidding climes, following in the sled tracks of "Deadliest Catch" and…
Messy at best, the two-episode premiere suffers from wildly uneven performances, beginning with Dennis Hopper at his manic worst.
Comparisons will inevitably be made to "Pirates of the Caribbean," but "Crusoe" is really a throwback to the cheerfully silly first-run syndicated hours ("Sinbad!" "Sheena!" "Conan!") a few years…