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…
"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.
Certainly, this represents a bit more ambitious storytelling for older kids, and perhaps a few adults with the geek gene.
Not everything about the production works, but it's certainly not a bad way to spend a couple of hours.
A Robert De Niro-produced hour set in New York's moderately mean streets.