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Season 3 opens with a bang, and it's nice to see Sara Bareilles - one of my favorite solo female artists - as a judge. The show lacks a little personality as no audition process shown, and all groups, but the music is better than other competitions.
Surprisingly good - Kat Dennings is great, and Beth Behrs plays off her extremely well. Even though the premise seems a bit cliche they make it work.
The story is vaguely interesting and the CGI is acceptable - but Zoe Naylor is so emotionally detached that it ruins the feel of reality. If it had been acted properly, much of this film would have felt exactly like watching a breaking news report
Nothing original, just the standard underdog teen screwup trying to make good. Kind of like a Disneyish teen version of The Fast and the Furious: Tokyo Drift. The cast is decent though, so it isn't bad - just not special.
Much better than the US version of Big Brother - the public votes contestants off the show, which results in a lot less cliques, more entertaining behavior, and a constant stream of episodes.
Surprisingly oddball stories manage to be true, and the interrogations provide plenty of laughs. American viewers may not be familiar with the celebrities unless they watch other British television
A show that has been around a while - it manages to be funny and still informative as well.
I've liked Sarah Michelle Gellar in Cruel Intentions, but the acting and script quality are very bland in this show. It seems like they'll throw in an absurd Alias quality conspiracy to keep things vaguely entertaining.
This show could get repetitive if they continue to use stubborn haters, but it does successfully convey the point that celebrities are real people too. Much better when the celebs are classy like Eva Longoria and don't pretend to be stereotypical
The jokes are okay, but knowing that Whitney wrote them herself makes the self-deprecating lines ten times funnier.
A bumbled bank robbery turns into a twisty whodunnit with a sense of humor. This quirky role is perfect for Patrick Dempsey, and the rest of the cast was good as well. Thoroughly enjoyable.
Claire Danes, Mandy Patinkin, and Morena Baccarin are all excellent in their roles, and the series terrorism/espionage storyline is interesting as well.
Starring Brittany Robertson of Life Unexpected fame, this series reminds me of a kinder, gentler version of The Craft. The casting resembles The Vampire Diaries, which isn't surprising since the shows share producers and directors.
Unfortunately this really isn't a spy movie - more the story of what happens when a weak group of intelligence agents blow a mission and fall apart emotionally.
This isn't formulaic, which is nice. 50 Cent's acting isn't great, but the rest of the cast is pretty good. I was a little disappointed in how blandly they resolved Bruce Willis' role in the film though.
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