Grieving over the murder of his mentor, the dead P.I.’s assistant ,afflicted by Tourette syndrome searches for the killers, eventually confronting the most powerful man in New York City.
In this remake of Dumbo the flying elephant, he has human supporters that prevent his exploitation.
Somehow this series sneaked up on me—would have missed it but for an announcement about it in our Sunday newspaper. This is the second time this year that CBS tackles the tricky subject of religion. You might recall my enthusiasm for the few episodes of Living Biblically, which I reviewed in the February issue this …
In a NYC Hasidic community a widowed father struggles against his family & community’s strong pressure to remarry so his son can have “a proper” upbringing.
“Genius,” the story of Max Perkins and Thomas Wolfe is brilliant. Click the image to read my entire review.
This is the true story of the French high wire artist who made the daring walk on a wire stretched between the World Trade Towers in 1974.
3 friends & one enemy, all expert video arcade gamers, take on a series of game icons sent by an alien race that mistook a tape of games, sent in a space capsule by NASA, as an act of war.
Alice might be fictional, but the story of her (& her family) affliction with Alzheimer’s has rings true thanks to the great performance of Julianne Moore.
During NYC’s most violent year Abel fights unknown competitors stealing his firm’s oil + the DA’s office while he tries to close a deal to enlarge his firm.
A jazz teacher, using cruel methods to push his percussionist student to achieve perfection, raises the question of what happened to kindness & inspiration?