3 items from 2015
Stars: Benjamin Bratt, Michael C. Hall, Tamara Taylor, Paget Brewster, C. Thomas Howell, Jason Isaacs, Dee Bradley Baker, Eric Bauza, Larry Cedar, Richard Chamberlain, Trevor Devall, Dan Gilvezan, Grey Griffin, Daniel Hagen, Penny Johnson Jerald | Written by Alan Burnett, Bruce Timm | Directed by Sam Liu
In an alternate reality, the Justice League is a brutal force that the World fears and distrusts. So when the Jl are framed for a series of murders, no-one is exactly jumping to their defence and it is up to Superman, Wonder Woman and Batman to figure this out for themselves and ultimately save the day.
Now this is more like it.
After efforts like Justice League:War, Son of Batman and Batman vs Robin. Justice League: Gods and Monsters is a real breath of fresh air and a sign that DC Animation can be as good as they used to be, which was a long while ago. »
One of the comedy High-lights of the year, Oliver, Stoned hits DVD and digital August 4 from Uncork’d Entertainment and Bg Pics. A smoke-filled, fast-paced comedy adventure starring Brea Grant (Dexter, Heroes) and Southpaw’s Skylan Brooks, Oliver, Stoned fixes on the trippy antics of 26-year-old Oliver Barnes (Seth Cassell) who, upon discovering his car has been stolen, embarks on a drug fueled mission to track down the perpetrator and restore balance to the universe.
Also starring Ryan Malgarini (Gary Unlimited, How To Eat Fried Worms), Briana Lane (The Real Housewives of Horror) and Larry Cedar (Deadwood, National Treasure: Book of Secrets). Oliver, Stoned is directed by Tom Morris and co-written by Morris and Jaz Kalkat.
Oliver, Stoned hits DVD and Digital – in the Us – on August 4th.
- Phil Wheat
A review of last night's "Mad Men" coming up just as soon as I'm the quick brown fox... "We both know things can't be undone." -Trudy "Says who?" -Pete "Mad Men" has chronicled a period of enormous social change (and taken place in a time of enormous change in television), yet it's often seemed agnostic on whether individual change is possible. Over the course of the series, fashions shifted and opportunities rose for women and minorities, but were the "Mad Men" characters themselves really changing with the times? Peggy has certainly grown, yet we've seen Don and Roger and Joan and others have epiphany after epiphany, only to eventually lean back on their old habits. (And even Peggy hasn't been immune to stagnation in her personal life, even as she's evolved professionally.) If anything, Don's frequent backsliding has been one of the most common complaints I've heard about the series' »
- Alan Sepinwall
3 items from 2015
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