Edgar Wright proves once again that he’s one of the best directors of this generation with his passion project, Baby Driver.Read more "Film Review: Baby Driver"
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"
Mad Men returns for the first half of its final season and it finds everyone feeling a lot of stress. Unless your name is Pete Campbell.Read more "TV Review: Mad Men Season 7 Premiere – Time Zones"
Bridesmaids is a sweet, honest, kind of said but often hilarious look at friendship and marriage on the female side of things, led wonderfully by the always great Kristen Wigg. The friendship between Annie and Lillian has been for as long as they can remember and when the later is in line to get married […]Read more "Review: Bridesmaids"