In Neil deGrasse Tyson’s capable hands, Cosmos: A Spacetime Odyssey is a much-needed breath of fresh air that’s both scientifically fascinating and candy for the eyes.
An American muscle car: Innocently awesome? Or a symbol of the callous American system? Continue reading THE AMERICANS: “New Car”
It’s man vs machine in this week’s episode, “ARPANET.” Are our resident spies up to the challenge?
Sex, lies, and espionage. The Americans delivers the goods in the best episode of the season.
Darren Aronofsky’s ambition is admirable, but his film is a complete mess — adrift due to some confused directorial choices and an absence of any characterization beyond obsession.
Only disappointing due to its own high standards, there’s a lot of great pieces in “The Deal,” but it’s hurt by being ten minutes too long. Continue reading THE AMERICANS: “The Deal”
It’s the female characters’ chance to show off in this week’s The Americans, and they’re all up to the task.
Completely frustrated with its refusal to make any meaningful progress, Chase Branch gives up on The Walking Dead.
Littered with suspenseful moments, “The Walk In” is a sharp reminder that there’s several cat and mouse games being played here from a wide array of angles.
With “Alone,” The Walking Dead pendulum swings back to the positive thanks in large part to an excellent performance by Larry Gillard, Jr.