Hugh Laurie fans will enjoy this six-part British television series from 2003 starring and directed by the pre-House Laurie.
Questions and more questions on last night's episode.
In this season three episode, House treats a young autistic boy while he fights off the attractions of a teen-aged stalker.
“Did you feel something? … Anything?”
I am almost tempted just to make a checklist of all the steals this film makes from other far superior post-apocalyptic classics.
I miss old television shows, station IDs, channel sign-offs. These are gone forever.
Liz comes through without a scratch yet again, while Sonny is blamed for Carly's miscarriage.
Richard Donner's Superman - a classic among comic book adaptations.
Another week, another few bucks for the Hollywood machine.
In which our exhausted reporter loses track of time and space but gets her very own Journey to the Center of the Earth 3D spelunking head lamp.
Some new titles to add to the ever growing queue.
Boring summer fare with great looks... a great look.
An exercise in style over substance that succeeds despite a weak narrative.
Settle in for a dazzling bee adventure!
A superb conclusion to a masterful series that represents epic fantasy at its best.
A look back at a private investigator's career.
An engrossing look at what life is like when you’re born standing up.
It is clear that the authors not only know what they are talking about, they live what they are talking about.
Compelling, coming-of-age story about a girl trying to cope with her grandfather's death.
"It is frightening to enter your workroom early in the morning and face an empty canvas, a blank sheet of paper, or a score sheet..."
The theme songs on "WWE: The Music Volume 8" will put you to sleep, if you’re lucky.
A textured and unpredictable musical statement.
A respectable, albeit concise set of songs - including one striking cover - makes it worth buying.
It's that time of the week again. No, not payday.
Containing in one handy package, the joy of flying tourist across the great ocean, and the sobering effect of mass murder.