When it comes to home theater, I’m probably one of the more budget-conscious people you’d ever meet. I’ve been involved in home theater since 1985, before there really was such a thing, connecting my Beta HiFi VCR to my bookshelf system, and adding rear speakers using the audio out on […]
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The wacky adventures of the Pritchetts and the Dunphys continue unabated in the seventh season of ABC’s hit sitcom Modern Family.
From its opening song to its closing waltz, Disney’s Beauty and the Beast is a perfect piece of screen entertainment: a charming (though definitely not cloying), stylish, and interesting version of Mme. LePrince de Beaumont’s 18th century fairy tale.
A grand and glorious network drama comes to its end with the seventh and final season of CBS’ The Good Wife.
The Horseman have been tasked with another maguffin in Now You See Me 2, taking the three remaining men and a new female member (Lizzy Caplan) to Macau. Unfortunately, what unfolds is forgettably predictable.
While Matt Dillion’s presence is always missed when he’s not a part of the main action, his absence usually doesn’t dissipate the purely entertaining dramatic value of the episodes in the first volume of season twelve of Gunsmoke.
Leonardo, Raphael, Michelangelo, and Donatello return in Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Out of the Shadows, a sequel that plays more like a Transformers movie than a Ninja Turtle film, once again battling Shredder and a new foe, Krang, who is bent on taking over our world with his mutant army.
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CBS’ Scorpion, which was one of the surprise hits of the 2014-2015 season, obviously tried to up its ante for its sophomore run. Thus, the missions became more complex and far more international in scope, and there was far more emphasis on the personal lives of the five-person genius squad […]
Fans may be deliriously happy with the transcription of the game Warcraft onto the big screen, but it’s actually a rather ordinary fantasy combat adventure with a very predictable narrative and a mixture of visual effects which vary from spectacular to disappointingly artificial.
One of the greatest fright pictures of the era, Jacques Tourneur’s Cat People, has very little outright gore, and yet its creative use of light and shadow and its uses of sound to suggest things into the audience’s imaginations results in suspense sequences which can rank with the greatest ever […]