Stars: David Boreanaz, Emily Deschanel, Michaela Conlin, TJ Thyne, Tamara Taylor, John Boyd, Brian Klugman, Jeremy Roenick, Colby French, Lou Ferrigno Jr., Brooke Lyons, Vedette Lim, Joe Spellman Writer: Gene Hong, series created by Hart Hanson, based on the life and writings of Kathy Reichs Director: Ian Toynton Network: Fox Network, Thursdays @ 8 PM Airdate: June 16, 2016 There are a number of subplots in the BONES Season 11 episode “The Head in the Abutment.” However, the principal reason for the storyline seems to be justifying getting Agent Seeley Booth, played by David Boreanaz, out on the ice wielding […]Read On »
Stars: David Boreanaz, Emily Deschanel, Michaela Conlin, TJ Thyne, Tamara Taylor, John Boyd, Brian Klugman, Sara Rue, Alyssa Diaz Writer: Joe Hortua, series created by Hart Hanson, based on the life and writings of Kathy Reichs Director: Silver Tree Network: Fox Network, Thursdays @ 8 PM Airdate: May 12, 2016 The BONES Season 11 episode has the usual mash-ups of primary mystery and secondary subplots, but the latter seem a tad half-hearted here. Perhaps the most enjoyable aspect of the episode is simply seeing Hodgins (TJ Thyne) returning to his old enthusiasm for lab experiments. An experiment is called for […]Read On »
Fox’s BONES is now in its tenth season, currently airing Thursdays at 9 PM. Michaela Conlin, who has played artist/computer whiz Angela Montenegro for all two hundred BONES episodes (and counting) makes herself available for a brief chat about her favorite moments from last season and what else she’s been doing. ASSIGNMENT X: You probably can’t talk much about Season 10 yet, but do you have a favorite episode or a favorite scene from Season 9? MICHAELA CONLIN: I really loved the wedding [of Emily Deschanel’s Brennan and David Boreanaz’s Booth]. Definitely, the wedding was a highlight, as was the […]Read On »
Stars: David Boreanaz, Emily Deschanel, Michaela Conlin, TJ Thyne, Tamara Taylor, John Boyd, Brian Klugman, Gil Bellows, LaMonica Garrett, Charlene Amoia, Adam Bartley, Lisa Datz, Jamison Haase, Drew Wicks Writer: Keith Foglesong, series created by Hart Hanson, based on the life and writings of Kathy Reichs Director: Michael Lange Network: Fox, Thursdays @ 8 PM Airdate: November 13, 2014 The title of the BONES episode “The Money Maker on the Merry-Go-Round” turns out to refer to a murdered hedge fund manager whose head is found under a piece of playground equipment. One’s first thought may be of something else entirely […]Read On »
Stars: David Boreanaz, Emily Deschanel, Michaela Conlin, Tamara Taylor, TJ Thyne, John Francis Daley, Patricia Belcher, Carla Gallo, Brian Klugman, Alyson Reed, John Posey, Ruzwan Manji, Jodi Harris Writer: Michael Peterson, series created by Hart Hanson, based on the life and writings of Kathy Reichs Director: Tim Southam Network: Fox, Fridays @ 8 PM Airdate: November 22, 2013 What’s going on with a lot of food products is a crime. The BONES episode “The Mystery in the Meat” highlights this by literally adding murder to the stew. When human remains turn up in the lunch special at a high school […]Read On »
On September 4th CBS Films held the Los Angeles Premiere of THE WORDS at the ArcLight Hollywood. It was a small premiere with the fans at the end of the carpet that waited patiently to get an autograph and a picture with the stars. Seen walking the carpet were the stars of the film, which included: Bradley Cooper, Zoe Saldana, Dennis Quaid, Jeremy Irons, Ben Barnes J.K. Simmons, Composer Marcelo Zarvos, Writers and Directors Brian Klugman and Lee Sternthal, Producers Tatiana Kelly and Jim Young. Joining them were guests, which included: Charlotte Ross, Ahmet Zappa, Shana Muldoon, James Babson, Ian […]Read On »
Rating: PG-13 Stars: Bradley Cooper, Jeremy Irons, Dennis Quaid, Olivia Wilde, Zoe Saldana, Ben Barnes, Nora Arnezeder, J.K. Simmons, Lee Sternthal Writers: Brian Klugman & Lee Sternthal Directors: Brian Klugman & Lee Sternthal Distributor: CBS Films Release Date: September 7, 2012 No one can fault THE WORDS for ambition, either as a film itself or in its eagerness to examine exactly what ambition means. It therefore gets points up front for being a film that wants to look at why people do what they do, even when their actions wind up putting them at odds with the results they ultimately […]Read On »
TRON: LEGACY opens with a very cool, TRON-ized rendition of the traditional Walt Disney Pictures logo, with the fairytale castle rendered in black, white and silver. This suggests that we’re in for a film of mild subversion that makes what we’ll see just that more wonderful. Actually, what we’re in for is a surprisingly faithful follow-up to the original 1982 TRON. Will we see an alternate universe where anthropomorphic computer programs are rendered primarily in shades of black, white and gray? We will. Will the light cycles of the first film have been updated to be more exciting and dynamic? Yes, they will. Will TRON: LEGACY have the same issue as its predecessor when it comes to thin characterizations and talk about changing the world so grand, broad and vague that it could mean practically anything? Yes, it will.