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Vince Gilligan is involved, but don't expect a 'Breaking Bad'-type phenomenon.
Kevin Costner’s weary, lived-in performance is the best thing about this predictable flick.
And yes, Neil Patrick Harris is definitely one of them.
Timothy Spall gives depth and feeling to J.M.W. Turner at the most unexpected moments.
The former Friends star is looking for the third time to be the charm in his attempted return to sitcoms.
Colin Firth ... the action star?
A miniseries remake starring Peter Sarsgaard, Uma Thurman
Supporting local filmmakers is one thing that the DSFF does best.
Unfortunately, the rest of the cast isn’t up to her standard.
From car-crash fetishists to another BDSM romance.
It'll likely disappoint hardcore fans of the novel and newbies expecting something scandalously sexy.
A 17th-century Puritan creep-fest, nude dancing in a swingers-focused comedy and bailing on the talk of the festival.
It burns through so much plot in the first three episodes that it seems to be exhausting its premise almost immediately.
The deadpan cartoon girl. The goodhearted vampire. The thing that made us love Heather Locklear.
As a guilty pleasure for those who miss Heisenberg and the gang, this show succeeds on just about every level.