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Ryan Murphy brings the worst qualities of his previous shows to the abysmal Scream Queens.
Blindspot is full of action-movie nonsense, along with shadowy conspiracy stuff.
Worth the trip.
For audiences fascinated by mountain climbing, it's worth watching on a big screen.
The movie is no Cadillac, but it’s as cute as a VW Bug.
A few blandly humorous comments, slick game-play footage and a whole lot of high fives. Play ball?
Nostalgia overkill? The animated comedy comes off like a cross between Miami Vice and Jem and the Holograms.
The new series, which has been somewhat unfairly compared to Game of Thrones, is from Sons of Anarchy creator Kurt Sutter.
Cheesy dialogue, hammy acting and an overbearing score.
Noah Baumbach and Greta Gerwig team up again.
The story, based on the real-life experiences of Irish activist Jimmy Gralton, is a bit predictable and heavy-handed.
Dramas don’t get much darker than this.
Like most actual walks in the woods, the result will be forgotten as soon as it’s over.
Diary is based on Phoebe Gloeckner’s semi-autobiographical graphic novel and set in San Francisco in 1976.
A history lesson with occasional drama.