Thursday Night TV (24 Jan 2013)

Well, this episode certainly got serious there.  It’s pretty evident that the writers are trying to create some tension, but the writers, well, they really need to work on how they do it.  Granted, there is no law against sitcom’s have serious moments, but with how this show has progressed over the seasons, this late in the game, it feels misplaced.  Steve Carrell was amazing … Continue reading Thursday Night TV (24 Jan 2013)

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Monday Night TV (21 Jan 2013)

Sweet’s is an amazing character and the actor (John Francis Daley) is amazing.  The way he says all his psychological terms and analysis are amazing, I mean I believe, sometimes, that he really is a psychologist because the actor is just very good at what he does.  Hodgins (played by T. J. Thyne) was losing it in this episode.  Consider the circumstances I find it … Continue reading Monday Night TV (21 Jan 2013)

Frank Grillo Confirmed To Play Crossbones In Captain America: The Winter Soldier

By: Eric Eisenberg It was one week ago that character actor Frank Grillo flew out to Los Angeles to test for the villain role in the highly anticipated sequel Captain America: The Winter Soldier, and now it’s being reported that his little trip wasn’t for naught. Mirroring the way that Grillo announced his own involvement with Marvel Studios last Monday, Variety writer Marc Graser has … Continue reading Frank Grillo Confirmed To Play Crossbones In Captain America: The Winter Soldier

Mark Wahlberg Considering Lead Role In Transformers 4?

By: Katey Rich Michael Bay is finally stepping way from the Transformers franchise next year by making, of all things, a dark comedy, teaming up with the dynamic meathead duo of Dwayne Johnson and Mark Wahlberg for Pain and Gain, due next year. It seems like a promising direction for a guy who started his career with the wry Bad Boys, but it won’t be … Continue reading Mark Wahlberg Considering Lead Role In Transformers 4?

Anthony Michael Hall Joins Steve Carell And Channing Tatum In Foxcatcher

By: Eric Eisenberg Anthony Michael Hall is an actor who has undergone a pretty impressive transformation over the course of his career. While he started out as a teen playing geeks and nerds in John Hughes movies, as he aged he grew to a strong size and is now almost unrecognizable to his fans from the 80s. Also, unlike some of his Brat Pack cohorts, he … Continue reading Anthony Michael Hall Joins Steve Carell And Channing Tatum In Foxcatcher

Sunday Night TV (7 Oct 2012)

Regina has somewhat redeemed herself!  I loved this episode.  This episode gave Regina a lot more background and depth in her story.  I mean she is simply amazing, I love her and the way she is written allows the audience to pity her and feel for her as a character.  She’s slowly redeeming herself.  Also the ending of this episode was awesome!  Did not see … Continue reading Sunday Night TV (7 Oct 2012)

Sunday Night TV (30 Sept 2012)

Very good episode.  I liked the concept and how it has progressed since last season.  Cary and Alicia I think have a great teamwork dynamic together and I love the fact that he’s back.  I mean it was cool that he was in the States Attorney Office.  I mean, that worked out so well and the tension created by that was amazing.  Alicia and her … Continue reading Sunday Night TV (30 Sept 2012)

Chris Evans And Michelle Monaghan Sign On For Anti-Romantic Comedy A Many Splintered Thing

By: Eric Eisenberg While a six picture deal with Marvel Studios would make any actor fear being stuck doing nothing but playing the same character over and over, Chris Evans has managed to keep finding roles for himself outside of the Marvel Cinematic Universe. Since Captain America: The First Avenger‘s release we’ve seen him play a heroin addicted lawyer in the drama Puncture, the male … Continue reading Chris Evans And Michelle Monaghan Sign On For Anti-Romantic Comedy A Many Splintered Thing

Sofia Vergara Transforms into Lucille Ball

By: MadeInSpanglish | Shine Latina Sofia Vergara doesn’t shy away from making fun of herself, be it exaggerating her Colombian accent or flaunting her voluptuous curves on the hit television show, “Modern Family”, and in a photo posted on her WhoSay account, the actress is showing off those comedic chops in an homage to legend Lucille Ball. Ditching her usually straight, brunette locks and form-fitting … Continue reading Sofia Vergara Transforms into Lucille Ball

Big Things Have Small Beginnings – The Connection Between Prometheus And Alien

By: Will Chadwick By now many people have had the chance to make their mind up about Prometheus. They have also had all those questions answered that were posed by the trailers and the marketing, the main question being:how does the film connect to the rest of the Alien franchise? Well, it’s complicated, as the film doesn’t really give you all the answers and only … Continue reading Big Things Have Small Beginnings – The Connection Between Prometheus And Alien