Movie Review: Brad’s Status

Ben Stiller interestingly toes the line between a variety of characters, from quirky in Zoolander to pragmatic in The Secret Life of Walter Mitty. In Brad’s Status Stiller plays Brad, a husband and father in the[…]

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TV Review: The Gifted

If there’s one thing you can say about about television in this day and age it’s that there is no shortage of superhero shows out there. While DC has made a home for itself on[…]

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TV Review: The Good Doctor

Freddie Highmore entered our lives when he starred alongside Johnny Depp in such films as Finding Neverland and Charlie and the Chocolate Factory, but really made a name for himself starring as Norman Bates in A&E’s[…]

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TV Review: Ghosted

X-Files for the comedy world, Ghosted is the story of opposites coming together for the good of the world. Max (Adam Scott) is an avid believer of multiple dimensions and the paranormal. Vocal about his[…]

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TV Review: Me, Myself & I

Me, Myself & I starring Jack Dylan Grazer, Bobby Moynihan and John Larroquette as Alex Riley, at different stages of his life, joins CBS’s Monday night comedy schedule alongside veteran hit Big Bang Theory, Kevin James’ Kevin Can[…]

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TV Review: 9JKL

After the end of Royal Pains, it didn’t take long for Mark Feuerstein to grace our TV screens once again. Created by Feuerstein and loosely based on his own experiences, 9JKL is about Josh (Feuerstein), a[…]

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TV Review: The Mayor

In the past couple of years ABC has really stepped up its comedy games, bringing us not just smart, but highly enjoyable sitcoms spanning two full hours on two different nights. And, their newest comedy,[…]

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TV Review: Young Sheldon

There have been a number of shows that have brought autism to the forefront of entertainment, but none have made an impression as strong as Sheldon Cooper (Jim Parsons) on CBS’s Big Bang Theory. Narrated[…]

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