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And its vampire apocalypse is never really convincing.
Two different programs are coming to town, including the resurrected Classic Festival.
Even when Haggis seems to acknowledge that he actually has nothing to say, he does so in the most obnoxious, smug way he can.
Impressive ape-versus-human action.
With Halle Berry and Steven Spielberg, this is the TV equivalent of a summer blockbuster.
Korean director Bong Joon-ho fought to have his uncut film shown in this country, and his weird, haunting vision remains intact.
Great cast, great soundtrack, and the writer/director of Once. We're in.
It's an odd mix of humor and drama, and doesn't really work.
They did this kind of thing way better 30 years ago.
Michae; Bay has done it again. The latest is bigger, louder and—heaven help us—much longer.
Josef Mengele hides from Naci-hunters in 1960s Argentina in this slow-burning thriller.
Donna is a struggling stand-up comic known for her unflinching honesty, which becomes problematic when she gets pregnant.
Lost co-creator Damon Lindelof returns to TV with this similar HBO series.
Political intrigue grounded in family dynamics.
At least the sequel doesn't reference Steve Harvey's relationship-advice book.