10 Years: “Mindhunters”

  
The problem with thrillers is that once you’ve seen the film and its thrills, it’s no longer as thrilling, if it ever was. Some are in fact successful and good, others, not so much. Either way, you can easily see how it tried or was a good film at that time, but now it is merely a reminder of what you liked about it in the first place. Continue reading

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Pilot: “Stitchers”

  
Some show’s have such an unusual name that that alone requires at least one go around. This curiosity may even be peaked by the simple fact that you don’t know anything about it, other than the show name and that it will be debuting soon. For all you know, you could be stumbling upon the next best thing in Summer programming! Or, as is often the case, it’s just another mediocre show that somehow got put on the air. Continue reading

At First Glance: “Me and Earl and the Dying Girl”

When one story about a young girl with cancer finds success, why not have another? All you have to do is cast the right people, find the right source material and make sure it has a similar, if not more so, charming element. Recipe for success?! Continue reading

At First Glance: “steve jobs”

Some films are talked about so much (actors, directors, writers, and the like) that any wait hopefully is worth it. When the subject of a given film is even more high profile than its soon to be stars, the expectations are going to be incredibly high. Continue reading

Show and Tell: Part II

  
As Upfronts week continued it became the American Broadcasting Company’s (ABC) and CBS’ turn to shine, for better or worse! Rolling out both new and old programming as well as detailing where each show would air during the week, was only part of what occurred during the two events. Each network released some trailers for new shows that will debut in the Fall as well as a few midseason shows. Hopefully they’re good, or my excitement over Upfronts will have been for nothing. Continue reading