In this “Be careful what you wish for” movie, “A Miracle Before Christmas” delivers a movie that’s a bit rough but watchable.
In the long-awaited return of “His Dark Materials,” Asriel is recruiting for his war as Will looks for his own allies, and Lyra is hunted by the Authority, with only her mother to protect her.
Dr. Lim and Shaun have a heart-to-heart as Jordan seeks to define her relationship with Daniel and Morgan reveals a sensitive topic.
Arman finally focuses on rebuilding his reputation, as he hopes Nadia will come through and kill Robert before Robert gets the chance to kill him.
The fun times seem to be over as Ethan fears history repeating itself, Portia realizes the fun times are over with Jack, and Lucia’s pimp gets aggressive with her.
The final season of “Queen Sugar” delivers in a way few long-running series have done.
The innuendo-filled “Christmas with The Campbells” is not a family Christmas movie but could be good for the adults to watch or listen to while getting things ready or cleaning up.
“Darby and The Dead,” being yet another teen movie focused on the outcast who, with a makeover, becomes popular, sidesteps what could have made it interesting.
The penultimate episodes of “Let The Right One In” will make you rush through the end credits to have some hint of what’s in the season finale.
While the early part of “Rolling Into Christmas” is high quality, as relationship drama comes into play, things go downhill fast.