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TV Review: ‘Galavant’ – A Weak Echo of ‘Spamalot’ and ‘The Princess Bride’

Galavant ABC

ABC should be applauded for going outside the envelope by presenting us with an strange medieval mix of self-aware sitcom and broad Broadway-saturated extravaganza. Read More »

Poll: What’s Your Favorite Mike Nichols Movie


In Memoriam: What's your favorite Mike Nichols film? Vote in Blogcritics' poll. Read More »

Theatre Review (Seattle): The 5th Avenue’s ‘Spamalot’ is a Silly Place

Photo by Tracy Martin. Matt Owen and Dan Stokinger Cook as pre-Sir Robin and pre-Sir Lancelot

The world needs more ways to enjoy Tim the Enchanter, killer bunnies, rude French knights, and the Knights Who Say Ni and so, my friends, here it is. Read More »

TV Review: Grey’s Anatomy – “Song Beneath the Song”

Grey's musical is pretty good, but even better is the new growth of the long-time characters. Read More »

Theatre Review (LA): An Evening Without Monty Python by Eric Idle and B. T. McNichol

Monty Python skits live again, and again, and again. Hilarious. Read More »

Theatre Review (LA and On Tour): Monty Python’s Spamalot

Nothing from the Broadway version is missing in the touring production. Read More »