"Firelight" is merely earnest and mildly uplifting, if wholly predictable in an especially tired way.
Essentially a limp version of "Curb Your Enthusiasm" against a D.C. backdrop, with Julia Louis-Dreyfus gamely playing to the absurdity of the situations, but yielding only modest returns.
With James Cameron's epic currently playing in 3D, this "Titanic" comes across as a ponderous, decidedly two-dimensional retelling.
A Robert De Niro-produced hour set in New York's moderately mean streets.
Producer Judd Apatow told journalists it's OK not to like the characters in "Girls," and thank God for that. Self-absorbed and self-indulgent, these slightly adrift twentysomethings have completely…
The show is charming, but its irreverence and madcap energy disguises a conventional mismatched buddy comedy.
The first two episodes suggest Lifetime has stumbled onto a winner, destined to rub its core audience the right way.
A hard-hitting corrupt-cop thriller that's more about people than plot.