An ordinary young woman is given extraordinary powers when she ingests too much of a designer drug. It sounds like something Stan Lee and John Belushi might have concocted. Unfortunately, the reality is twice as nutty and roughly half as entertaining.
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“Sharknado 2: The Second One” (9 p.m. Wednesday, Syfy) really is that much better in a bad way (or that much worse in a good way, depending on your perspective) than the original.
Here’s a look at this week’s new movies, “Hercules,” “Lucy,” “And So It Goes,” “A Most Wanted Man,” “Wish I Was Here,” “The Fluffy Movie” and “Le Chef”:
Think of it as the inaugural Feathered-Hair Film Festival. Three of the most awesome movies of the 1980s — “The Goonies,” “The Breakfast Club” and “The Karate Kid” — are playing throughout the valley this weekend.
Who brings an 8-year-old to see a movie called “Sex Tape”? What, did the guy working the door at The Spearmint Rhino not accept the little fella’s fake ID?
During the annual 12-hour nightmare known as The Purge, virtually every crime known to man is legal.
Here’s a look at this week’s new movies, “Sex Tape,” “Planes: Fire and Rescue,” “The Purge Anarchy” and “Persecuted”:
The History channel series set at Count’s Kustoms is back with a batch of new episodes.
Unlike most every other series about vampires, there’s absolutely nothing sexy about the bloodsuckers of Sunday’s new drama from Guillermo del Toro and “Lost’s” Carlton Cuse.
Oh, sure, they’re adorable when they’re little, wearing tiny outfits, learning sign language and scampering about the house like itty-bitty Parkour experts. Then, the next thing you know, they’re all grown up and taking the world by storm in “Dawn of the Planet of the Apes.”
Here’s a look at this week’s new movies, “Dawn of the Planet of the Apes,” “The Grand Seduction” and “Third Person.”
Astronaut Molly Woods just returned from a 13-month solo mission in space, but she didn’t return alone. She’s pregnant. Somebody’s got some ’splainin’ to do!
It’s TV you can’t look away from. Literally.
At this rate, we’re probably only a couple of movies away from seeing Melissa McCarthy play a feral clump of sweatpants and greasy hair, living under a bridge and scaring small children.
Starring Chris “Captain America” Evans, Ed Harris, John Hurt, Tilda Swinton and Octavia Spencer, the South Korean movie filmed in the Czech Republic is bonkers in the absolute best way possible.
The Rio headliner will host Sportsman Channel’s “Camp Stew,” a 10-episode series showcasing “some of the craziest outdoor videos ever recorded.”
Here’s a look at this week’s new movies, “America,” “Begin Again,” “Deliver Us From Evil,” “Earth to Echo,” “Snowpiercer” and “Tammy”:
The Comedy Central series is hopefully the only place you’ll ever see the words “ ‘Weird Al’ Yankovic as Adolf Hitler.”
Full disclosure: I loved “Lost.” Didn’t even mind the ending all that much.
The cable channel will air 25 of the most popular episodes of the series, which got off to a less-than-auspicious start on July 5, 1989.
You’re reading this because Paramount wouldn’t show me “Transformers: Age of Extinction.” That’s not necessarily a bad thing, considering there’s virtually no way Michael Bay’s latest toy catalog could be as distinctive or surprising as the indie comedy, “Obvious Child.”
Here’s a look at this week’s new movies: “The German Doctor,” “Obvious Child,” “Transformers: Age of Extinction” and “Under the Electric Sky.”
An NYPD detective teams with a French cabdriver to solve crimes. This is something that really exists on an American TV network.
The new Middle Eastern drama, debuting at 10 p.m. Tuesday, has a few problems, most alarmingly the presence of the main character’s teenage children.
When last we saw Bon Temps — that seemingly sleepy Louisiana town that’s chock-full of more weirdness per square foot than Venice Beach and Hollywood Boulevard combined — “True Blood” (9 p.m. Sunday, HBO) had jumped ahead six months.
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