Dateline: Vancouver, British Columbia
...from a show that rarely preaches unless it's going to turn that sermon around on us.
Pride and Prejudice doesn't expect us to believe that Darcy becomes a better person through Lizzie's love. He was always a better person.
I am not superstitious, but I refuse to count on the future for fear that by doing so, I will influence it negatively. It's kind of like my bizarro version of quantum physics.
“It became the book I couldn't not write.”
It's finely drawn melodrama with enough humour to make the tragedies even more devastating.
Though this wasn't a “wow” episode, subtlety is not a bad thing, nor is complexity.
Threshold has combined my craving for glimpses behind the scenes with my theory that more online content makes for more loyal fans.
House has finally returned to Fox's schedule, and the four-episode-old season is looking consistently fine so far.
Ghost Dog lingers on character development and philosophy without abandoning shoot-em-up action.
It's possible to have a sweet movie about a family of hitmen headed by the coldest parent this side of Mommie Dearest