Review: Saving Zoë
Saving Zoë is not a great movie. I’ll warn you about that immediately. What is does well is look at grief and healing in a realistic way.
Review: One Day at a Time, season 2
One Day at a Time, season 2, is a perfect example of a hard-hitting comedy series. It takes important issues and sets them up in a way that makes sense, makes incisive points, and makes comedy while doing it. One Day at a Time is complete excellence in every way. Beware the spoilers.
Brain Dump: The Collection, Shots Fired, Switched at Birth
Time for a brain dump: scattered thoughts about random TV shows. These things made an impression lately. I was bored by high fashion, impressed by a gritty look at American policing, and sad to see an old favorite say goodbye.
Brain Dump: Stalker, State of Affairs, Madam Secretary, The Fosters, Switched at Birth
A brain dump is little bits of this and that. Excess baggage from my brain. If you have thoughts on anything I mention, please feel free to dump your brain in the comments. Stalker I’m happy to see that Stalker continues to mix it up between male and female stalkers and male and female victims. […]
Monday Night Madness
Now that the new TV season brings back some of my favorite shows, there are so many shows on Monday night I want to see that it took me two days to watch them all. Here are some quick reactions to what I watched. Join in with a comment if you have a different Monday […]
Must Watch Show: Switched at Birth Renewed for a 3rd Season
Switched at Birth on ABC Family is a terrific series. The announcement came this week that it’s renewed for a 3rd season. I originally watched because I’m a Marlee Matlin fan and like shows that feature sign language, but I quickly got caught up in the story and interested in the characters.