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The 2o0th episode of NCIS easily dominated the competition in ratings last night with an episode that honored nine years of triumphs and tragedies with Gibbs and his team. But it was no small task for executive producer Gary Glasberg.
“It was really an homage to fans. I hope it works in that respect. It’s very hard to… Continue reading ‘NCIS’ 200th episode: EP talks Sasha Alexander’s ‘return.’ Plus, more behind-the-scenes burning questions answered
This weekend, Liam Neeson (“K-19: The Widowmaker”) stars in “The Grey,” a movie in which his character is hunted down by a pack of wolves. Stranded in Alaska after a plane crash, the shivering survivors of “The Grey” run a gauntlet of challenges — and, yes, in this case, most of those challenges do involve wolves. As a service, we answer every question you could possibly have about “The… Continue reading 25 Questions: 'The Grey'
If you or a trusted family member (probably from the Midwest — I speak from experience) is literate, then, next week, a movie that you most likely already know the ending to is opening called ‘The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo.’ Always looking for truth in advertising, this reporter can now break the news that, yes, there is a girl in this movie and, yes, she… Continue reading Is the American Version of 'The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo' Better Than the Swedish Version? (and 24 Other Urgent Questions)
Welcome to Monday Morning Review, a weekly feature here at Movies.com where we provide a review of a film the Monday morning after it arrives in theaters. As such, this review is written for people who have seen the film, and will discuss plot points, spoilers, etc, so read it only if you’ve seen it or if you don’t mind knowing everything that happens.
In the wake of the news that Netflix is splitting off into two companies (Netflix and Qwikster), Moviefone answers every possible question you have about what’s next for the online giant.
Q: What’s a Qwikster?A: Qwikster is Netflix’s new DVD-only business — what Netflix used to be before it started selling streaming video subscriptions. If the name evokes Napster, Friendster or other no-longer-cutting-edge Internet brands, well, maybe that’s not an accident.