Tag: DVD reviews
Netflix’s latest documentary, Miss Americana, attempts to examine the life of Taylor Swift, yet comes off as a poorly-executed attempt at damage control for a fading pop star.
A new Reelz documentary shines a very different light on the life and the persona of legendary artist Tupac Shakur, and suggests the “real” man was a very different person.
A new, two-hour documentary airing tonight examines the life and career of the singular talent known only as Cher.
A new, two-hour documentary premiering this Saturday documents the final journey of one of the 20th Century’s vilest and most disgusting criminals.
Mariah Carey’s troublesome second decade as a recording artist is the focus of a new two hour documentary on Reelz, premiering this Sunday at 9 PM EST.
Reelz Channel presents an excellent two hour examination of a film that became one of the biggest films of the late 20th Century.
What promised to be a definitive documentary on one of America’s greatest musical performers instead offers three hours of sanitized observations on a complicated man who deserves better.
This week’s episode of Better Call Saul offers the viewer a glimpse into heartbreak and a shocking change of character and personality in the once likable Jimmy McGill.
This week’s episode is a subtle affair, one that lacks the emotional pull or frenetic action of its predecessors, yet in its own way builds up the tension, offering foreshadowing through very subtle means. And it’s perhaps the first episode of the series that truly feels more like a Breaking Bad episode.
This week’s episode of Better Call Saul stands in stark contrast to last week’s melancholic and funereal pace; instead, the episode is a relentless, amphetamine–paced ride that is shocking and brutal, yet manages to be one of the finest episodes to date.