In a video titled “America Around the World,” Cut Video illuminates the overwhelming impact that the TV and film industry has on perceptions of American life and culture.
But over and over, “Buffy the Vampire Slayer” proved to be an answer to my feminist prayers.
Seeing the “SNL” exhibit made me feel nostalgic, and it felt weird to be nostalgic for something that was literally before my time.
Much of the success of “Crazy Ex-Girlfriend” comes from Bloom’s performance, as her charisma and pure commitment to the role are matched by few others in this season’s crop of new pilots.
“Live at the Apollo” brings her styles together into a complete showing of her comedic range in a stand up form — a form in which she flourishes.
From the stilted acting to the cringe-worthy jokes, Friday night’s premiere of “Truth Be Told” was disappointing in every way.
If the show has one major flaw, it’s that Fielder’s awkwardness registers sometimes as actual social ineptitude instead of humor. Then again, many might argue that’s exactly the point.
To say “Manhattan” ’s season two premiere was mired with drama would be an understatement.
Driven by dissatisfaction and repression, characters lash out violently against their present reality in an attempt to carve out their own chunk of the world, not caring about who’s hurt in the process.
With a one-two punch of moving drama and impressive acting, “Kingdom” might just be a knockout.