Monday Night TV (14 Oct 2013) | TV Reviews

Genre: Medical drama, Comedy-drama Starring: Rachel Bilson, Jaime King, Cress Willaims, Wilson Bethel, Tim Matheson & Scott Porter “Friends in Low Places”:  Remind me, who is this Joel guy and why is he here?  I can’t be the only one who is bothered by his appearance on the show.  I mean really, he doesn’t fit, not in the cast not in Bluebell and thus, not in this show.  Last nights episode was a compilation of Zoe trying to make Joel fall in []

Monday Night TV (7 Oct 2013) | TV Reviews

Genre: Medical drama, Comedy-drama Starring: Rachel Bilson, Jaime King, Cress Willaims, Wilson Bethel, Tim Matheson & Scott Porter “Who Says You Can’t Go Home”: If you remember last season Dr. Zoe Hart dated Wade, then broke up with him when she found out he cheated on her, then professed her love to George while he was in another relationship, then decided she needed to leave. So after Wade declares that he loves her, she says she needs space, which is understandable, and []

Star Wars: Episode VII Offering Role To Jonathan Rhys Meyers?

By: Katey Rich Now that Star Trek Into Darkness is out in the world and racking up cash, it’s safe to turn our attention to where director J.J. Abrams will boldly go next, which is of course Star Wars: Episode VII. The amount of actual confirmed information is vastly outweighed by endless rumors, and now we’ve got another unconfirmed report to add to the pile. The scoopsters atLatino Review, who have been busy digging up info on the new Star Wars production, say that an offer is out []

Jon Favreau To Return To His Indie Roots With Chef

By:  Eric Eisenberg Jon Favreau‘s directing career has largely been focused on big summer blockbusters over the last few years, directing both the first two Iron Man movies as well as Cowboys and Aliens. But after mixed success in that field, it looks as though he’s ready to get back to his independent roots. Variety has learned that Favreau is now in talks with financiers to write, direct and star in Chef, a new indie comedy of his own invention. While plot details are scarce right now, the []

Thursday Night TV (25 Apr 2013)

Starring: Hugh Dancy, Mads Mikkelsen, Caroline Dhavernas, Hettienne Park & Laurence Fishburne Magnificent!  The build up and the tension of who Hannibal Lector really is, is absolutely gripping!  Mads Mikkelsen was the perfect choice to play the middle-aged version of Hannibal.  He captures the character perfectly with all his subtly, the movements, the way he delivers his lines and his psycho analyses of the villains and Graham (Hugh Dancy).  Their connection builds the most perfect dynamic and the actors have amazing chemistry.  This show not only build []

Abbie Cornish Reunites With Colin Farrell For Psychic Thriller Solace

By: Sean O’Connell Two Rabbits director Alfonso Poyart continues to bolster the cast for his psychological thrillerSolace. After casting leading men Jeffrey Dean Morgan and Colin Farrell, we now know the actress who’ll be acting alongside them, and it’s a familiar face from Farrell’s Seven Psychopaths days. Bloody Disgusting says that Abbie Cornish has been cast in Solace, which is expected to begin filming in May. The site even has a plot synopsis for the film, which will reportedly be about… An FBI detective seeks the help of a retired []

Monday Night TV (8 Apr 2013)

Starring: Kevin Bacon, Natalie Zea, Annie Parisse, Shawn Ashmore, Valorie Curry, Nico Tortorella, Adan Canto, Kyle Catlett & James Purefoy As of this moment, the best part of this show is Jake (Nico Tortorella).  The progression from this sweet boy to this cold blooded killer highlights just how possible it is for anyone to becoming a killer because once that part of the brain is affected, there are just so many ways it could go and often times than naught, a dark path is walked. []

Friday Night TV (5 Apr 2013)

I love how the lawyer looks like the Lucifer with the horns and goat-ish appearance.  That in and of itself was great detail and I loved it.  Over all the detail that was put into this show was great. I love the acting and Sergeant Wu (Reggie Lee), I love him.  His character, however small, really does bring a lot to the table.  He doesn’t know whats really going on making him clueless, except he’s not really clueless and the last episode []

Thursday Night TV (4 Apr 2013)

I am already in love with this show.  For those of you have may have been deprived, this show is based  based on the series of novels by Thomas Harris and focuses on the budding relationship between FBI criminal profiler Will Graham and Dr. Hannibal Lecter, a forensic psychiatrist destined to become Graham’s most cunning enemy. The detail to the characters and how it works so that we actually get t to see how Special Agent Will Graham‘s (Hugh Dancy) mind works.  This is how we see his process an how it affects []

Tuesday Night TV (2 Apr 2013)

I love Debra Messing in this show.  I love the depth of her character and I love what an amazing actress she is in this show.  One of the best things about this show is the ensemble cast going on here.  Each one has a great dynamic with the other and overall I like most of the characters except for Ivy (Megan Hilty).  Granted in this episode I understand why she was so upset because she has all this tension in regards []