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TV Review: Amazon’s Pilot Season Cometh

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Amazon.com is offering for our free viewing (and voting) pleasure pilots for five new adult series: three comedies and two dramas. Which one(s) will get made? That is up to we, the viewers. Read More »

DVD Review: `War and Peace’

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The internationally crafted TV miniseries of `War and Peace' is daunting viewing for lovers of costume drama. Read More »

TV Review: Psych – “Shawn Rescues Darth Vader”

Shawn rescues Darth Vader, solves a murder, professes his love, and tries to maintain his psychic cover in Psych. Read More »

Blu-ray Review: If…. — The Criterion Collection

It may take place in a conservative boarding school, but If.... is no prim and proper movie. Read More »

TV Review: Franklin & Bash – “Jennifer of Troy”

Franklin & Bash examine the meaning of beauty, go into China Town, and develop a flat character. Read More »

DVD Review: The Caller

The Caller is an interesting, odd little late-80s low-budget thriller. Read More »

TV Review: Franklin & Bash – “Pilot”

Franklin & Bash is fun, but if you stop to think, doesn't make a lot of sense. Read More »

Opera Review (Pasadena): Amahl and the Night Visitors by Gian Carlo Menotti at the Pasadena Playhouse

A new company, The Intimate Opera Of Pasadena, opened with Amahl and The Night Visitors and Malcom McDowel reading A Child's Christmas in Wales Read More »

Movie Review: Easy A Is an Easy A

Smarter than your average teenage comedy and a star turn for Emma Stone. It will put you in mind of "The Philadelphia Story" and a John Hughes picture all at once. Read More »

Movie Review: The Book of Eli – Post Apocalypse Gray

In a world where people eat people and nothing ever grows one lone wanderer walks out of the desert carrying a book. Read More »