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CELEBRATING ONE HUNDRED AND TWENTY-FIVE YEARS OF EDITORIAL FREEDOM
Sometimes, my obsession with keeping up with TV gets unhealthy, particularly when I’m unwilling to quit a show I don’t even like anymore.
‘Atlanta’ is a program so strange and mystifying that perhaps Glover calling it ‘Twin Peaks with rappers’ is the closest concrete description of the show.
What is supposed to be a “twist” is so jarring and out of place that it destroys the historical feel necessary to create a believable period piece.
So, if movies such as these cause us to jump in our seats and clutch those blankets just a little bit tighter, why do we like them, and even prefer them to the softcore horror films such as “Halloweentown”?
Though “Good Girls Revolt” succeeds in some aspects, its promising premise is unfortunately poorly executed, suffering from sluggish pacing, scattered storytelling and middling dialogue.
No part of “Tracey Ullman’s Show” inspires thought, or evokes emotion. It’s simply 30 minutes of tired jokes and curated impressions.
Tom Hanks returns as affable as ever to host “SNL” for the ninth time.
‘Dirk Gently’ is certainly on the path to a successful crime-com for the modern day Sherlock enthusiast.
As the food sizzles over the stove, the same sense of comfort that draws in his customers washes over us.
It could easily go off the rails in a second, but, nothing in the brilliant season three premiere suggests that’s going to happen any time soon.