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  • London Film Review: 'War Book'

    The Cold War may be over, but our planet is no safer from the dangers of escalating nuclear conflict, according to "War Book," a modestly achieved British chamber piece that reunites the director (Tom Harper) and screenwriter (Jack Thorne) of 2009's "The Scouting Book for Boys." Largely confined to a wood-paneled meeting room, the pic presents animated discussions between a U.K. government minister and several aides as they work through the implications of a nuclear device exploding in South Asia. An alarming (or perhaps alarmist) scenario and cast names should help this verbose drama hit its target as talking-point TV, with occasional theatrical berths.
  • 'Penny Dreadful' ends; 'Leftovers' debuts; Barbara Walters returns

    'Penny Dreadful' ends; 'Leftovers' debuts; Barbara Walters returns
    It's a grand era for TV drama, and one of the season's most enjoyable, "Penny Dreadful," concludes its first year. Here a few programs to keep in mind this weekend: Showtime didn't make the "Penny Dreadful" finale available; it airs at 10 p.m. Sunday....

    'Siberia' a creepy-fun horror drama; plus 'Ray Donovan,' 'Endeavor'

    'Siberia' a creepy-fun horror drama; plus 'Ray Donovan,' 'Endeavor'
    "Siberia" -- It may not have the built-in fan base of "Under the Dome," but NBC's "Siberia" could be just as much fun. Sixteen contestants are dropped in the middle of a Siberian forest with a camera crew and not much else. The goal: to survive long...

    TV Picks: 'Drunk History,' Truffaut, 'Moone Boy' and 'Chima'

    TV Picks: 'Drunk History,' Truffaut, 'Moone Boy' and 'Chima'
    L.A. Times TV critic Robert Lloyd highlights the week's television: "Drunk History" (Comedy Central, Tuesdays). A great and terrible idea that yields hilarity pretty consistently: Heavily intoxicated narrators (comics, comic actors) retell episodes from...

    Review: 'Endeavour' and its younger Morse are welcome company

    Review: 'Endeavour' and its younger Morse are welcome company
    Having last year put a toe in the water with an exploratory pilot and found it fine, "Endeavour" returns to the PBS series "Masterpiece Mystery" Sunday with four new episodes. They are excellent company, even if they sometimes feel too coincidental,...