A valuable docu that reveals how far Spanish attitudes to women have progressed in the last 40 years.
Carrie Fisher's latest autobiographical iteration, "Wishful Drinking," is great fun.
Thirty years after his death, Vince Lombardi is experiencing something of a renaissance.
The creative spark behind "Girls Who Like Boys Who Like Boys" pretty much fizzles after the title.
The live show-going experience was disappointing in that several of the performances (Perry, Bieber and Train) were pre-recorded.
Well mounted but overloaded with whimsy, Andreas Ohman's pic applies a twist to a standard sitcom premise.
Weighed down by clunky narration, the producers labor mightily to generate suspense but never quite strike the mother lode.
Reality TV's fascination with strange occupations and avocations has produced some odd programs, but few more tedious than "Storage Wars."
Star-producer Ray Romano's ode to middle-aged angst provides another reason for discerning audiences to really like Raymond, as well as his buddies.
The days are strange, sure, but A&E's latest celebrity-driven vehicle, featuring Bob Saget, readily fits into a genre that might also be called "Strange Career Choices."
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