An interesting if familiar premise -- focusing on a group of London flatmates, cutting between then and now, beginning in 1965 -- "White Heat" hardly merits the name, proving more plodding and…
Even better than the first time, Masterpiece Mystery's second flight of "Sherlock" -- consisting of three 90-minute movies that migrate the 19th-century sleuth into a modern setting -- is great fun…
Some might admire how seamlessly Eddie Izzard's leg is removed, but the digital wizards might as well have gone a few steps further and erased the whole thing.
The animus between African-Americans and the Los Angeles Police Dept. is explored in fascinating detail by "Uprising: Hip Hop and the L.A. Riots," marking the 20th anniversary of the widespread…
Aside from consciously evoking a popular movie title and giving headline writers fits, "My Big Fat American Gypsy Wedding" is just TLC's latest subcultural oddity -- presented, much like "Sister…
Based on true events, Michael J. Murray's script tugs the heart with such precision it might touch even the hardest of them.
The 80-minute film is sort of a wonderful mess -- disjointed, poorly ordered, but like Lee himself, irrepressible and bubbling with energy.
Described as an "international hit," "Total Blackout" has the makings of a U.S. success by Syfy's standards as well.
Sebastian Faulks' "Birdsong" comes to PBS as a two-part, three-hour, stubbornly old-fashioned melodrama.
A Canadian import airing on CW, "The L.A. Complex" borrows from "Fame" and "A Chorus Line," unexpectedly emerging as one of the best things the netlet's offered in ages. It's an affectionate…