Once again, a Hobbit film is critically flawed. Once again, I do not care.
As we take our final trip to the world that Peter Jackson helped bring to vivid detail, Sean Knight discusses the saga’s legacy and its impact on his life.
The Colbert Report was a landmark of our times. Chase Branch bids the show a fond farewell.
Ridley Scott goes on down to Egypt land, and the results sure look expensive.
The killer is finally revealed, but it only reinforces what’s wrong with this ill-conceived remake.
As usual, there was a ton of good TV in 2014, and even a lot of great TV. Here’s my attempt to quantify it.
The case and the show are finally coming together. That’s what happens when you stop stalling for time.
Foxcatcher is a real mixed bag, but it does feature an excellent performance – just not the one you’re expecting.
Aaron Sorkin may be one of my favorite writers, but Aaron Sorkin’s The Newsroom is not one of my favorite shows.
One step forward, two steps back. It’s the Gracepoint two-step.