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TV Review: ‘Commmunity’ – “Wedding Videography”


'Community's' penultimate episode finds the gang ruining Garrett's wedding. Read More »

TV Review: ‘Community’ – ‘Modern Espionage’


Community brings out the paintballs one last time in this very fun, spy-themed outing. Read More »

TV Review: ‘Mad Men’ – ‘Person To Person’ a Fitting Finale


For this “real" '60s era "Mad Man”, 'Mad Men' was magical experience. Read More »

TV Review: ‘Mad Men’- ‘The Milk and Honey Route’

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As Mad Men has taken its final turn in the road, we are eagerly and sadly waiting to see what is on the horizon. Read More »

‘Mad Men’ Series Finale – Make Room For Daddy?

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Don’s connection with Sally is deeper and more meaningful than anything in his life, and he not only wants her to be happy but also to know that he cares about her. Sally is the only person Don has probably ever truly loved, and no matter what Sally may say outwardly, she needs Don to be there for her and to be her father. Read More »

TV Review: ‘Community’ – “Basic RV Repair and Palmistry”


This bottle episode is amusingly self-referential, but doesn't go anywhere, and so feels like a waste this close to the end. Read More »

Ron Hanks Unveils His Directorial Debut at Cannes Film Festival


On his way to Cannes, actor-producer-writer-director Ron Hanks takes a moment to speak to Blogcritics about his latest ventures! Read More »

‘Mad Men’ – “Lost Horizon”


“Lost Horizon" is one hell of an episode. It seemed a bit disjointed at times, but it was rich with action, angst, anger and anticipation. Read More »

TV Review: ‘Community’ – ‘Grifting 101′


This week's installment of Community doesn't really serve any large arcs or character development, but it's pretty funny. Read More »

‘Mad Men’ – “Time & Life”


"Time & Life" is powerful episode that breaks through the thin veneer of complacency at SC&P and brings everyone face to face with the reality they naively hoped would never materialize. Read More »