Tuesday Night TV (9 Apr 2013)

Starring: Rachel Bilson, Jaime King, Cress Williams, Wilson Bethel, Tim Matheson & Scott Porter Genre: Medical drama, Comedy-drama Did not like the fact that Ruby (Golden Brooks) came back, I’m just grateful it was for this one episode because even though the actress herself has both talent and beauty, her character is by far the most selfish character out there, and no I am not saying it is wrong to go off and pursue your dreams, what I am saying is that the way she treated him []

Tuesday Night TV (30 Oct 2012)

Oh my lord, they should just make it official that they are dating now cause, let’s face it, they are. And it was good that between the pair of them, that was established. I love the introduction of the girl who is totally going to be George’s new thing. So far, I like her. She has a strong characterization that already makes her incredibly different from both Lemon and Zoe, which I think the writers and casting directors were going for. And []

Monday Night TV (15 Oct 2012)

Wow, I have been so out of the loop with this show but it was good I mean I think it was good, glad that Max and Naomi are finally serious and together, I mean that was awesome. Other than that, the show as kind of lame, over dramatic. But that’s what keeps me tuning in, I mean this drama just keep me sucked in. It’s my guilty pleasure I have t admit. Over all, even though story and plot are lame []

The Woman In Black Sequel Finds A Director

By: Eric Eisenberg Despite the fact that it opened at number two here in the States when it first came out (trailing Josh Trank’s Chronicle), the horror flick The Woman in Black was actually a fairly big success. After making $20 million in its first weekend, it went on to score a total of $54 million domestically and $127 million worldwide (not to mention that it was the highest grossing horror film in the UK in 20 years). As a result is []

Justin Timberlake Could Star In Alcoholic Romantic Dramedy The Last Drop

By: Eric Eisenberg Justin Timberlake has spent his career bouncing between comedy and drama, making movies like Bad Teacher and Friends With Benefits alongside titles like The Social Network and In Time, and now he’s finding a middle ground with the new dramedy The Last Drop. The actor is now in talks to join the project, which is being directed by Peter Sollett, who is best known for helming 2008’s Nick and Norah’s Infinite Playlist. According to Variety, the script was written []

Tuesday Night TV (8 May 2012)

Okay episode.  I mean it didn’t wow me.  Basically you had the same Quinn, who cares mainly about herself, manipulating the sympathy vote so that she can get prom queen.  For the love of god, this episode was filler, you had nothing here, nothing going on.  Good music, but lacking story line.  It had no depth I mean, it was fun but  honestly, do the writers even know what they are doing here?  Nothing was touched upon in this episode.  Acting was []

Monday Night TV (7 May 2012)

For the love of god, enough with the Chuck and Blair love already!  It’s tiresome, old, and overplayed.  I am sick of it.  For the love of god, enough already.  All I can say is that.  Also, considering I am one who has read the books, I have noted that they have turned Dan into the part of Nate from the books, caught between Serena and Blair.  Now I can honestly say that I am happy that Serena is no longer Gossip []

Monday Night TV (6 Fed 2012)

Lemon needs to eat something, at least the actress that plays her needs to eat something.  Anyway it was a great episode, I really thought that Wade was going to confess his feelings to Zoe,  but no, he played with her, totally psyched her out.  Anyway it was a good episode, I really liked it.  The ending though, whoa, poor Lavon man, I hope that this does not ruin his new relationship and finally, Lemon told her fiancé everything…well except that she []