Even by the low standards of this type of live-action, family friendly comedy, Show Dogs is especially lame.
Allison Shoemaker is a freelance film and television critic based in Chicago. A member of the Chicago Film Critics Association, Allison's work can be found at The AV Club, Comic Book Resources, and at Consequence of Sound, where she's a Senior Film and Television Writer. You can hear her on the podcasts TV Party, Debating Doctor Who, and Podlander Drunkcast: an Outlander Podcast, and you can heckle her on Twitter @allisonshoe.
An interview with the co-writer and director of the new comedy, "Book Club."
A review of the new PBS version of Little Women.
An interview with the director of "Disobedience" about working with Rachel Weisz & Rachel McAdams, the meanings behind the film and more.
An interview with the stars of the new comedy, "I Feel Pretty."
There’s no reason to assume, or even worry, that Fields, Weisberg, and their invaluable lead actors will stumble as they approach the finish line of “The Americans.”
A review of the 2018 iteration of ABC's "Roseanne."
A review of the new NBC series, "Rise," which premieres Tuesday night at 10/9c.
A review of the second season of Marvel's Jessica Jones.
A review of the latest food series on Netflix.
A review of Netflix's newest documentary series, including a chapter by Alex Gibney.