Steve Geise

Member since: 2011-01-11
Find me at: http://mms-oscuro.blogspot.com/
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Reviewing for various magazines and websites since 2004.

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Enhanced video and sound and a new bonus feature are among the improvements over the previous DVD box set
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Outdated image quality, but still a fun trip through a fantasy version of London's underground
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Idris Elba makes a convincing conflicted cop, but with only four episodes the second series is practically over before it starts.
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A lackluster season paves the way to series cancellation.
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Stretches a glacially-paced tale over six hours.
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Easily the best season to date of this perpetually threatened series.
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Fine writing and mostly two-part episodes add to the cinematic feel.
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Massive production budget spells probable disaster for freshman show, but it looks like it will be fun while it lasts.
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The CW and Executive Producer Kevin Williamson turn to the supernatural once again, this time focusing on witches.
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A bored and depressed middle manager fights for his sanity.
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“How are you still alive?” CIA officer Max, talking to Michael during a hail of gunfire. “That’s a good question. I eat a lot of yogurt.” - Michael
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Proving that "financial thriller" is a bit of an oxymoron.
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“A. sees everything, Hanna.” - Spencer
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A winning homicide show that doesn't take itself too seriously.
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Improves upon Season One and rises near the top of the USA Network roster.
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Breezy, formulaic show continues its successful run.
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Weekly crimes pale in comparison to the far more interesting central mystery.
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The legendary series returns with a new cast and timeline, but the classic central theme intact.
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Quirky residents of an English seaside town cope with an unloveable doctor and his blood phobia.
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All manner of web ink has been spilled about Skins' potential detrimental effects on our nation's youth.
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