"Johnny Carson: King of Late Night" is a documentary worthy of its subject -- a comprehensive "American Masters" celebration of the host's seemingly effortless skills without whitewashing his…
While USA has a genuine knack for wringing maximum effect from such light-hearted concepts, this one ought to come with a prenup.
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.