Watching the unique story of a complex relationship in the new romantic comedy The Five Year Engagement is a purely pleasurable experience.
David Baldacci continues to impress. He is a meticulous writer who blasts his plot into a million pieces yet is able to pull it back together before the final page is turned.
Common Law shows promise but it had better hit its stride and do it quickly. Chemistry is everything -- these people better get in the lab and start brewing it up.
The River Witch tells a story of the deep South with all its mystery, strangeness and distinction. Its essence brings to mind memories of the stories of Flannery O'Connor and Carson McCullers.
The problem with Dark Shadows is that it is not a comedy. It isn't a drama either. It is part camp and part horror flick and none of it works.
Perhaps the makers of Men in Black thought it had been long enough to pull out some of the same special effects and characters and sell them as new. It hasn't.