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‘Mozart in the Jungle’ Season 2 Review

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Season Two of Mozart in the Jungle expands on the storylines of the other orchestra members. The New York Symphony is rehearsing for their Latin American tour, while worrying about a potential strike, resulting from a wage dispute. Thomas Pembridge (Malcolm McDowell) focuses on composing a new piece — all the while wrestling with writer’s Read more

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‘Sherlock: The Abominable Bride’ Review: A Weird, Whimsical, and Wonderful 90 Minutes

‘Sherlock: The Abominable Bride’ Review: A Weird, Whimsical, and Wonderful 90 Minutesfeatured

Well, colour me surprised. For the past few years, Sherlock had been a love-hate affair for myself. For every smartly-plotted plot, there was a smattering of insensitivity, from either Benedict Cumberbatch’s icy Holmes or from Martin Freeman’s passionate Watson. And although the show more than delivered on its promise of edgy topics, thrilling plot developments Read more

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‘Scream Queens’ Review: Bloody, Mean, & Frightful Fun That’s To Die For

‘Scream Queens’ Review: Bloody, Mean, & Frightful Fun That’s To Die Forfeatured

“Good evening, idiot hookers!” And so one of Emma Roberts’ lines in the first two episodes of Ryan Murphy’s latest TV offering Scream Queens sets the entire tone of proceedings. Scream Queens comes off the back of Murphy (with his collaborators Ian Brennan and Brad Falchuk)’s hit shows Glee and American Horror Story, two genre-twisting Read more

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‘Grandfathered’ Pilot Review: Forced, But Annoyingly Heartwarming

‘Grandfathered’ Pilot Review: Forced, But Annoyingly Heartwarmingfeatured

Grandfathered, one half of FOX’s ageless twin-billing sitcom block on Tuesday nights alongside Rob Lowe’s awfully titled The Grinder, isn’t great. But it is OK, sometimes in spite of itself, and that’s as good as it gets for network sitcoms this fall. John Stamos, milking the nostalgia factor hardcore right now, is Jimmy, a smarmy 50 year Read more

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‘Fear the Walking Dead’ Premiere: Zombie Apocalypse Still Sustainable for AMC

‘Fear the Walking Dead’ Premiere: Zombie Apocalypse Still Sustainable for AMCfeatured

Fear the Walking Dead opens on the real walking dead: heroin addicts. A young man, who we learn is Nick (Frank Dillane), wakes up alone in a church, his red eyes betraying his illicit late night activities. He struggles to get up, shambling, stumbling, providing a template for the zombie shuffle, looking for his lady friend Gloria. Read more

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‘True Detective’ & The Mystery of What’s Going On

‘True Detective’ & The Mystery of What’s Going Onfeatured

It would not stretch the imagination to see accomplished writer Nic Pizzolatto and director Justin Lin’s True Detective as an intricately complex and compelling spiderweb. Unfortunately, after the latest episode, ‘Church in Ruins,’ what we have looks more akin to protagonist Ray Velcoro’s (Colin Farrell) attempt at knitting after one of his whiskey-and-cocaine binges. Conforming Read more

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SDCC Preview Night Rankings: ‘Supergirl,’ ‘Lucifer,’ ‘Blindspot,’ ‘Containment’

SDCC Preview Night Rankings: ‘Supergirl,’ ‘Lucifer,’ ‘Blindspot,’ ‘Containment’featured

Just when I was finally catching up on my sleep from last year’s Comic-Con… the mighty behemoth that is SDCC hath arrived once again for five days of lines, “exclusives,” announcements, sweat and a bushel of pilots, first looks, video presentations and the 137 other terms you can call “content.” Perhaps the crown jewel of Read more

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