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Thursday, 30 August 2012 |  Written by Noah Fleming  | 
Revenge - The Complete First Season (2012) “Revenge” was perhaps my favorite new show of last season.  It probably was my favorite my show of any last season.  I certainly look forward to the second season, which is more than I can say for most shows.  However, given the amount of drama that arrived in the first season, I am unsure whether the writers can sustain the interesting dynamics. “Revenge” is tale of more than just the titular word definition.  It has intrigue and mystery.  There is suspense, which is likely what kept of watching week after week.  The cliffhangers of each episode were just enough to get you excited for the next week but not pissed off about the wait. Emily VanCamp was one of my favorite actresses years ago during “Everwood.”  Sadly she didn’t have much going for her after that.  “Revenge” is her comeback to television.  ...
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Tuesday, 29 May 2012 |  Written by Noah Fleming  | 
Teen Wolf - The Complete First Season (2011) “Teen Wolf” was a mere movie cult phenomenon in the 80s with an animated series that followed, so it was a bit of a surprise when a TV series arose in the spring last year.  Thankfully, the series doesn’t actually relate to the original film in, well, any single way.  Okay, well the first name of the lead character is still Scott and his best friend is still named Stiles, but other than that the show shares no similarities. Thankfully the female lead character’s name was changed from Boof.  All joking aside, “Teen Wolf” the series has potential.  The first season, comprised of 12 episodes didn’t get hailed as a great new series but it wasn’t as critically panned as most thought it would be.  The show struggles a bit here and there with some of the storylines and character development.  ...
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Thursday, 15 September 2011 |  Written by Noah Fleming  | 
Private Practice - The Complete Fourth Season (2011) As you no doubt know, “Private Practice” is the offspring of “Grey’s Anatomy.”  Addison Montgomery split from Derek and joined her best friend in Santa Monica.  But hey, it wouldn’t be a melo-drama if everything were all peachy.  And these are certainly dramatic within this practice.This show seems to be best known for its dramatic season finales, practically upstaging the hospital shooting of “Grey’s Anatomy.”  In the season two finale they left us with Violet laying on the floor, her baby cut out of her.  Then in season three we find Maya and Dell in a car accident and an unexpected death.  Then in season four, we are left with the possible disbanding of the Oceanside Wellness Group.As the fourth season opens we find the practice to be in mourning of Dell’s death.  But once the season gets going it ...
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Thursday, 15 September 2011 |  Written by Noah Fleming  | 
Grey's Anatomy - The Complete Seventh Season (2011) As “Grey’s Anatomy” moves into its eighth season starting next Thursday, let’s take a look back at the previous season.  Season six had brought us a new group of residents from Mercy West, a new love for Callie, and some shocking moments.  So, what is left for season seven?  Well, plenty apparently.The writers surprisingly found new, or at least well-conceived twists for the characters are seven years.  The seventh season of this medical melo-drama doesn’t exactly have us on pins and needles, but there are some emotionally charged episodes.  Few can forget the musical episode following Callie and Arizona’s car accident.  The triumph and sadness that occurs throughout the season will pull at the heartstrings.That is not to say the entire season flows from beginning to end.  There are several episodes, perhaps a couple more than usual that act more ...
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Monday, 29 August 2011 |  Written by Noah Fleming  | 
A Cinderella Story: Once Upon A Song (2011) “A Cinderella Story: Once Upon A Song” is the third installment in the Cinderella saga by Warner Bros./Premiere in association with ABC Family.  Surprisingly this title is making its DVD debut before airing on cable television. As you may have guessed, as the third film in the franchise, the plot is fairly redundant.  There is not much that is whole-heartedly original here versus the previous two films.  I have to watch what I say here.  Lucy, don’t hate me for saying this, but the premise falls flat with nothing to grab onto.  I love you, but it is true. Our beloved Lucy Hale is the girl up this time around, portraying our Cinderella.  In the first film, Hilary Duff got the attic of a suburban L.A home.  In the second film, Selena Gomez got the guesthouse of a Beverly Hills mansion.  And ...
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