FIRST IMPRESSIONS — Season:1 — Pictured: (l-r) Freddie Prinze Jr, Dana Carvey — (Photo by: Joseph Viles/USA Network) Dana Carvey and Freddie Prinze, Jr. Making Good First Impressions by Jay S. Jacobs Everyone has one. An impression, that is. The ability to change your voice and mannerisms to portray another person – usually a celebrity – for a good-natured laugh. While impressions play a huge role in comedy television, it’s rather surprising that there has never been a realit
The Witches of East End – The Complete FIrst Season The Witches of East End – The Complete First Season (Fox Home Video – 2014) Lifetime cable network has had a bit of trouble getting their dramatic series to catch on. It will occasionally get a brief buzz in a long-running series like Drop Dead Diva or Army Wives, but more often have series seem to burn out quickly like The Client List or receive critical blowback like Devious Maids. Still, Lifetime has a very strong demog
Sixpence None the Richer Sixpence None the Richer Still Burning by Jay S. Jacobs What could be worse? You are member of a band since high school. As you tour hard and record your band’s poppy sound and positive message starts picking up a buzz. People want to hear what you have to say and you want to get it out to them. You rush into the studio to put your music down on tape. But while you’re working on it your record label hits some money problems. They may go under.
Boys and Girls BOYS AND GIRLS (2000) Starring Freddie Prinze Jr., Claire Forlani, Jason Biggs, Amanda Detmer, Heather Donahue, Alyson Hannigan and Sean Maysonet. Screenplay by The Drews. Directed by Robert Iscove. Distributed by Dimension Films. 94 minutes. Rated PG-13. Boys & Girls has been getting pretty much savaged by critics who have been calling it a college-aged, inferior rip-off of When Harry Met Sally. Yes, this film – which is about Jennifer (Claire Forlani) and
I Still Know What You Did Last Summer I STILL KNOW WHAT YOU DID LAST SUMMER (1998) Starring Jennifer Love Hewitt, Freddie Prinze Jr., Brandy Norwood, Mekhi Phifer, Muse Watson, Bill Cobbs. Matthew Settle, Jeffrey Combes, Jennifer Esposito and Jack Black. Screenplay by Trey Callaway. Directed by Danny Cannon. Distributed by Columbia Pictures. 100 minutes. Rated R. The supposed Scream renaissance of the hip slasher flick lasted, well, honestly, only about halfway through the f