What film isn’t improved by a fleet of helicopters?
We know we’ve probably left Middle-Earth for at least a generation and that’s why these scenes are loaded with pathos as those great players exit the realm for the last time.
Under Peter Capaldi’s Doctor, the classic show has taken a more thoughtful turn. It’s an intriguing approach, but it comes with a dark side.
Twin Peaks is every bit as delightful as it was 25 years ago.
In US media and entertainment, there’s clearly a call for comic adaptations, but might we be on the verge of a glut?
Don’t go into Outlander with the expectation of meeting a real feminist heroine like Arya Stark.
Ryan Murphy desperately wants to say something about American society with this series.
This is the older, wiser, more tired and sad Doctor they have been building up to over recent years, played by an actor with the gravitas and experience to pull it off.
The first thing you have to understand about The 100 is that it is absolute trash television.
“Guardians of the Galaxy” is being billed as a “different” kind of Marvel movie. In many ways, that’s true: It takes place in a distant part of the galaxy, and a fictional reality that’s only loosely linked to any of the existing Marvel franchises. It’s also looser and less self-serious than any of those franchises: …