Mary J. Blige and Angela Bassett are fine in the title roles, but the movie ultimately feels more episodic than cohesive.
If the underlying plot has exhibited endurance and then some, it's difficult to see how this serialized attempt will be able to replicate such longevity, despite the inevitable fun that can be had…
The Kevin Spacey vehicle isn't without some annoying tics, and feels a little late boarding the bandwagon of projects with Washington politics as a backdrop.
"The Americans" is an intriguing and provocative concept -- positing the idea of Soviet spies living in plain sight, during the early days of the Reagan administration. The execution, alas, initially…
The program returns from its surprisingly tasty maiden run clicking on all cylinders.
A gender-flipping remake of "Pygmalion" with a modern twist (or, if you prefer, "My Fair Lady" minus the soundtrack), "The Makeover" puts the Hallmark Hall of Fame back in more secure and satisfying…
In TV terms, "The Taste" is a warmed-over dish, a fast-food version of "The Voice" whipped up for the culinary crowd.
At the beginning, "Spartacus" felt like a weak "300" knockoff -- Starz's attempt to exploit a presold name, albeit one associated with a classic 1960 movie -- to peddle buckets of blood and bare…
There have been many queens of the TV movie, but in the form's withered state, Rob Lowe -- via his recent affiliation with Lifetime -- just might be its new king.
Although not without its flaws, the grim, pay-cable-like series benefits from a strong core cast and appealing look (minus a few glaringly bogus FX shots).
Having previously dipped Down Under to find comedy in the underwhelming "Wilfred," FX returns to those environs by tapping Aussie stand-up Jim Jefferies to star in "Legit," a quirky, profane, but…