Mad Men ends this first half of the final season with a death, a rejuvenation, a kiss, quite a few partners meetings and yet another acquisition attempt of Sterling Cooper.Read more "TV Review: Mad Men 707 – Waterloo (Half Season Finale)"
Mad Men redefines the family for members of SC&P, home clearly is where the work is.Read more "TV Review: Mad Men 706 – The Strategy"
Mad Men delivers another A+ episode that was so jam packed I don’t even know where to start with the praise; perhaps the nipple?Read more "TV Review: Mad Men 705 – The Runaways"
Mad Men uses its middle episode of this half season to turn Don, Roger and SC&P, definitively, towards the future.Read more "TV Review: Mad Men 704 – The Monolith"
Mad Men ruffles the feathers of SC&P with the possible return of Don, while possibly finding turning points for both of the women that have gone by Mrs. Draper.Read more "TV Review: Mad Men 703 – Field Trip"
Mad Men has an A+ episode that is hilarious, heartfelt, builds up tons of characters and moves the plot forward in every direction. It’s episodes like this that remind you that it is the best show on TV.Read more "TV Review: Mad Men 702 – A Day’s Work"
X-Men: First Class is a great comic book film that is anchored by a fantastic cast and resets the X-Men universe in an era ripe for potential future films. The film opens up right where the franchise did, with Erik Lehnsherr being separated from his family at a Nazi concentration camp and ripping a fence […]Read more "Review: X-Men: First Class"
Unknown is an interesting and well made film that shows it’s cards maybe a bit too soon and doesn’t take full advantage of the doors it opens. Liam Neeson stars as Dr. Martin Harris who is visiting an agro-business summit in Berlin when he is involved car crash. Waking up four days after the accident, […]Read more "Review: Unknown"
Richard Curtis’ silly, random, and plot-less ode to rock n’ roll, comedy easily overcomes any of its own short comings by having a knock out cast and a number of good laughs along the way. Back in the sixties when British rock was at an all time high, the British government didn’t allow the music […]Read more "Review: Pirate Radio (The Boat That Rocked)"
Mad Men 3.12 “Shut the Door, Have a Seat” If you didn’t watch Mad Men’s third season or haven’t jumped on the show yet, you are missing out on some of the best television of the decade. (Spoilers Throughout) This season of Mad Men has been described as slow, boring, character driven and even mediocre […]Read more "Review: Mad Men – “Shut the Door, Have a Seat”"