Blu-ray Review: Movie 43
Just a bunch of silly nonsense and random crude skits starring some of Hollywood’s most recognizable stars. »»
Monk – Episode 8-16 Review
Alona Tal and Tony Shalhoub
Spoilers as usual, but I promise this is the last time.
The time for us to say goodbye is near
The day I hoped would never come is here
Though many hearts are broken we must somehow carry on
Cause I think you're gonna m »»
Monk – Episode 8-15 Review
Tony Shalhoub and Melora Hardin
Spoilers are inevitable. Resistance is futile.
I won’t be sure how much I enjoyed “Mr. Monk and the End: Part I” until I see the second half this Friday, which I hope will finally wrap up all the series’ mys »»
Monk – Episode 8-14 Review
“Mr. Monk and the Badge” wraps up another major Monk story line and brings the series one step closer to the end. Monk’s return to the force has been a crucial theme throughout the series. The character growth w »»
Monk – Episode 8-13 Review
Tony Shalhoub and Carol Kane
This review contains lots of spoilery goodness.
This guy walks into a psychiatrist's office with a duck on his head. The psychiatrist says, "Can I help you?" The duck says, "Yeah, get this guy off my ass!
Sorry, if a »»
Monk – Episode 8-12 Review
Tony Shalhoub and Alex Wolff
Spoilers. There are always spoilers.
“Mr. Monk Goes Camping” is perhaps the least outstanding episode of the season so far. Certainly there were some high points, but it was uneven overall and not quite as impressi »»
Monk – Episode 8-11 Review
Sparky and Tony Shalhoub
Rest assured there will be spoilers below, because I don’t know how to analyze an episode without them.
“Mr. Monk and the Dog” seems like another one of those ideas that the Monk writers have probably had on the dra »»
Monk – Episode 8-10 Review
Tony Shalhoub and Bitty Schram
”Mr. Monk and Sharona” is the episode for all those fans who thought that Monk’s first assistant, Sharona Fleming, didn’t get a proper send-off because of the precipitous departure of Bitty Schram, who played »»
Monk – Episode 8-9 Review
Tony Shalhoub and John Carroll Lynch
Spoilers, spoilers, spoilers!
“Happy Birthday, Mr. Monk” is the first Monk episode title ever that doesn’t begin with “Mr. Monk….” No particular significance, just saying. It’s a little more acti »»
Monk – Episode 8-8 Review
Tony Shalhoub, Hector Elizondo and Tim Bagley
Major spoilers. I mean it.
It’s here: the halfway point. “Mr. Monk Goes to Group Therapy” is the eighth of sixteen episodes in the eighth and final season of Monk. I’m sure it’s completely su »»
Monk – Episode 8-7 Review
Meat Loaf and Tony Shalhoub
"You remind me of a man."
"The man with the power."
"The power of hoodoo."
"Remind me of a man."
"The man with the power."
"The power o »»
Monk – Episode 8-6 Review
Dylan Baker, Tony Shalhoub, Traylor Howard
The mystery in “Mr. Monk and the Critic” isn’t a who-dun-it. As with many Monk plots, who is obvious, how is the question. As far as that goes, it’s a great little mystery. This episode is perhaps »»
Monk – Episode 8-5 Review
This review contains spoilers.
Let’s face it, only former detective Adrian Monk can solve the cases he solves. If any random CSI tech could gather evidence at the crime scene or if they could run some perp’s fingerprints through a database or wh »»
Monk – Episode 8-4 Review
Spoilers ahead. Turn back now if you haven’t seen the episode.
“Mr. Monk is Someone Else” is the fourth episode of the final season of Monk. Never let it be said that an old-fashioned show like Monk would pass up a classic maneuver like the »»
Monk – Episode 8-3 Review
“Mr. Monk and the UFO” is the third entry in the eighth season of USA Network’s cornerstone series Monk. Since it is the final season it appears that Monk will be allowed to demonstrate a little personal growth. Tony Shalhoub discussed that as »»
Monk – Episode 8-2 Review
After last week’s mostly comedic episode, Monk has a more dramatic offering this week with “Mr. Monk and the Foreign Man”. Yes, there are some laugh-out-loud moments as Monk helps his new friend to adapt to “American” culture (which is act »»
Monk – Episode 8-1 Review
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Spoilers ahead. This is a review, which means I'm going to discuss what happens in the episode. If you haven't seen it »»
Galaxy Quest: Deluxe Edition - DVD Review
When Galaxy Quest was first released in 2000 it didn't interest me and I didn't want to see. I managed to avoid seeing the film until now when my editor forced it into my hand. After having seen the film I wish I could go back in time and tell myself to give it a chance because I'll be damned if it isn't a really funny film. »»
Monk: Season Six - DVD Review
Some of the greatest detectives the world has ever known happen to also be those who are the zaniest and craziest people to come into existence. Harry Crumb comes to mind, but he always happened to solve the case even though he was incredibly incompetent. Prepare to witness a man that may seem insane on the outside, and he most probably is, but he really is a true genius and can do just about anything he puts his mind too. Anything that is except deal with germs and that goes against his OCD. Hey, we can't all be perfect can we? »»
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