Wash Westmoreland’s acutely told film relishes the messy details and ambivalences of Colette’s life.
Director Marc Evans’s monotonous style keeps the film earthbound.
With tonight’s episode, the writers of Game of Thrones continue the trend of organizing each episode of season two around a different theme.
After last week’s remarkable season premiere of Game of Thrones, “The Night Lands” is a bit of a letdown.
“Cold Blood” completes the two-part story of the clash between the Silurians and present-day humanity, showing the two sides being unable to overcome their seemingly irreconcilable differences.
Many of the elements of this story have their roots in the Pertwee era.
The mystique that surrounds figures like Robin Hood feels spoiled every time a filmmaker insists on telling his or her story with some measure of historical accuracy.
This is the first episode of Torchwood that left me choked up, crying with Gwen at the end.