‘Champions’ has all the pieces of a great comedy, all that’s left is putting them together.
There is a palpable tension present in the Atlanta air.
Stella Abbott has a lot of growing up to do, but she’s already won one of life’s biggest, hardest battles.
While it is hard to cover much in ten minutes, the special quickly feels one-note.
The main obstacle that ‘Good Girls’ encounters is finding and embracing a genre that truly fits.
The once-vibrant city is crumbling, and the documentary does not sugarcoat that.
Literally, yes, the hit-and-run takes place in the middle of winter. But there’s also an excessive coldness and gloom to the writing and cinematography of “Seven Seconds” that make it exhausting to watch.
Holmes is completely genuine as a person, fallible and sometimes not even that good at comedy.
It is frankly impossible to ascertain what the purpose of this show is.
But “Gilmore Girls” manages to capture the essence of a mother-daughter relationship built on love and respect, not fear and animosity.