Tag Archives: Connie Britton

This is Where I Leave You Review: This is Unfortunate

The film adaptation of Jonathan Tropper’s 2009 best-seller boasts an ensemble cast of A-listers, but fails to elevate itself from the clichés of its genre.

The To Do List Review: Let’s Talk About Sex

Writer-director Maggie Carey’s feature debut tackles the complex subject of female sexuality with lighthearted ease, making for an enjoyably  raunchy summer comedy.

Emmy’s 2013: Ten Dark Horses To Look Out For

The folks over at the Academy of Television Arts & Sciences aren’t particularly known for leaving their comfort zone when it comes to their annual awards ceremony.  Still, the critical community is

Nashville Season 1 Review: A Country Music Drama That Hits Some Great Notes

Callie Khouri’s primetime drama about country singers living in Music City managed to build up a lot of hype before its premiere.  The series certainly had its share of problems, but ended

Nashville: “I’ll Never Get Out of This World Alive” Season 1 Finale Review

Nashville concluded  its freshman season with an episode full of dramatics and big revelations.  The smaller moments actually ended up leaving a stronger impression, but boy what an ending.

The Top 5 Best and Worst Moms on TV

Mother’s Day is fast-approaching, and so to celebrate the wonderful moms in our lives, we’ve decided to count down some of the most noteworthy moms from our favorite TV shows.  Some of

Nashville: “Why Don’t You Love Me” Season 1 Episode 19 Review

As Rayna and Deacon begin to heat up, Juliette begins to melt down.

Nashville: “Take These Chains from My Heart” Season 1 Episode 18 Review

If there’s one thing I’ve gleaned from tonight’s Nashville, it’s this: trust no one.

Nashville: My Heart Would Know Season 1 Episode 17 Review

Rayna discovers a secret from her family history this week, while Juliette walks deeper into Dante’s inferno.

Nashville: I Saw the Light Season 1 Episode 16 Review

Lovers, friends and family are put to the test this week, as relationships are mended, strained, and possibly severed off completely.