Damian J. Penny, originally from Mount Pearl, Newfoundland, is a lawyer in Bedford, Nova Scotia, Canada. He blogs at DamianPenny.com.
A child's abduction, and her reunion with her real parents, gets the Lifetime treatment.
David Fincher's tense, exceptionally well-made thriller is let down by its implausible ending.
Made-for-TV retelling of the Bin Laden raid is reasonably well done, but won't keep Kathryn Bigelow worried.
HBO's behind-the-scenes film about the McCain-Palin campaign is compelling - but what about the rest of the book?
The late country music legend's autobiography tells his story with refreshing honesty and humor.
Young fans of Thomas and Friends will love this compilation of earlier videos - once they get used to the voices.
Riveting documentary series about the people who worked for Hitler deserves a better box set.
The reunited teen idols' authorized biography is as forgettable as their music.
This compilation of "Thomas and Friends" episodes is charming and perfect for children - but the characters' efforts to avoid the C-word are distracting.
Based on the popular book series, these stories are perfect for toddlers - but too bad the original British version isn't available.