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FilmCrunch 023: The Last King of Scotland Review

Neil Estep and Veronica Santiago review the theatrical release of The Last King of Scotland in this episode of FilmCrunch. A Scottish doctor on a Ugandan medical mission becomes irreversibly entangled with one of the world?s most barbaric figures: Idi Amin. Impressed by Dr. Garrigan?s brazen attitude in a moment of crisis, the newly self-appointed Ugandan President Amin hand picks him as his personal physician and closest confidante. Though Garrigan is at first flattered and fascinated …

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FilmCrunch 022: Babel Review, Monster House DVD Review

Neil Estep and Veronica Santiago review the theatrical release of Babel in this episode of FilmCrunch. If you truly don’t get enough out of this in-depth video review, there is always our text Babel review as well, which seems to be all the rage as far as controvery is concerned. On to the Babel synopsis: In the remote sands of the Moroccan desert, a rifle shot rings out—detonating a chain of events that will link an …

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Premiere Date Set for ‘Donnellys’ and ‘Andy Barker’

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Posted by Wendy Michaels
Categories: Comedy, Drama, Prime Time, NBC,

These are two of the shows you may have heard some buzz about in the fall, then they swiftly fell off of the radar. The Black Donnellys, a crime drama, will premiere on NBC on March 5 at 10:00 p.m. This mid-season entry will knock Studio 60 on the Sunset Strip off of the schedule, with no clear indication about when it will return. Donnellys will have the lead-in of Heroes, so it’s not too …

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Last Comic Standing Continues for Another Season

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Posted by Wendy Michaels
Categories: Comedy, Prime Time, Reality, NBC, Renewals,

NBC announced that a fifth season of the stand-up talent show, Last Comic Standing, will air this summer. Thankfully, last season’s host, Anthony Clark, has been replaced. I don’t have anything against Clark, but he didn’t seem to add much to the show and had a frightful amount of makeup on. This go-around will have comedian Bill Bellamy taking on the hosting duties, plus the show goes international. So, no longer will auditions be held …

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FilmCrunch 021: Infernal Affairs DVD Review

Neil Estep reviews the DVD release of Infernal Affairs in this episode of FilmCrunch. A cop goes undercover as a gangster while, simultaneously, a gangster infiltrates the police force, pretending to be a cop. These two sleeper agents live underground for a decade before a series of mistakes clues in all the wrong people as to what’s going on and each mole is ordered to root out the double agent—which in both cases happens to be …

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FilmCrunch 020: Click DVD Review

Veronica Santiago and Neil Estep review the DVD release of Click in this episode of FilmCrunch. Michael Newman is married to the beautiful Donna and they have two terrific kids, Ben and Samantha. But he doesn’t get to see them much because he’s putting in long, hard hours at his architectural firm in the elusive hope that his ungrateful boss will one day recognize his invaluable contribution and make him a partner. After staying up all …

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Pan’s Labyrinth Review: A Violent but Visual Delight

Pan’s Labyrinth centers on an imaginitive young girl named Ofelia (Ivana Baquero) who is moved with her mother and unborn brother to a military outpost in 1940s postwar Spain.  Her new stepfather, the violent and merciless Captain Vidal (Sergi Lopez), is trying to round up the last of an insurgency living in the surrounding forest.  When Ofelia stumbles upon a fantastical underworld in which she will be made princess, she must prove her worth to …

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Big Brother 8 Announced

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Posted by Wendy Michaels
Categories: Prime Time, Reality, CBS, Renewals,

Bring it on Julie Chen! Yep, the eighth installment of Big Brother has been given the greenlight. While I’ve grown a bit tired of the series, due largely to the dud that was the All-Stars edition, I still think this show can be fun. With the promise of a fresh cast and a silly reality show that airs in the middle of the summer doldrums, Big Brother proves a nice diversion from the other summer …

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Ed Helms Becomes a Regular on ‘The Office’

For those of you, like myself, who may have thought that Ed Helms’ character on The Office was on his way out, think again. It would seem that, after he annoyed even Michael Scott (Steve Carell), that the end was near. Helms has done a particularly fine job as the suck-up Andy Bernard, that it makes you feel downright embarrassed for the guy. His status on the show has just been bumped to a regular cast …

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New Game Show Tests 5th Grade Smarts

Here’s a fun development from Mark Burnett—a game show that tests people on 5th grade level questions. The Fox show, titled, Are You Smarter Than a 5th Grader? (clever) begins in late February and will run for six episodes. Viewers anxious to discover if they are, in fact, smarter than a 5th grader will be able to find out on FOX starting at the end of February. The air time will be a bit funky, …

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