Everybody liked Sports Night, Aaron Sorkin's first TV series, back in 1998, Everybody loved The West Wing, which ran for 7 seasons and won a bucketload of Emmys.
Doctors, cops and lawyers have long been the staples of TV drama. From Dr Kildare, Perry Mason and Dragnet throuigh LA Law, Hill Street Blues and St Elsewhere to ER,...
It's a little strange seeing a film again more than 30 years after you first saw it as a child.
The traditional sitcom — a studio, four cameras, a dad on a couch and a laugh track — is dead, killed by the likes of Curb Your Enthusiasm, The Office,...
The reissue of Overlord is a chance to catch-up with one of British cinema's genuine curiosities.
Pitching itself as a modern fairytale, Penelope is a whimsical and engaging piece of throwaway entertainment that never quite hits the lofty heights it aims for.
Following a publicity blitz last week, Mrs Longoria is noticeable by her absence at the moment… perhaps its to do with the fact that we actually get to see her...
Hope, according to the tag line of Things We Lost In The Fire, comes with letting go.
Here we go again, as the money-hungry, clueless morons that seem to be running Hollywood these days destroy yet another cherished childhood memory.
Films about films are often a little pretentious: there's something about that self-referencing navel gazing that can really get one's goat.