After last week's disaster, Touch really had nowhere to go but up. And yesterday's episode was a definite improvement, reining in the hokey coincidences and hinting at a way to turn its themes of interconnectivity into a mildly interesting show.
In many ways, Predator 2 was the sequel no one wanted: It didn't have Arnold; it didn't have big, awesome guns; and it had the laughable Jamaican voodoo posse threat. But it deserves another look. Honest.
The best thing about the movie version of Blindness is how much it makes you appreciate the transcendent novel by Jose Saramago. The book takes a potentially hackneyed story — everyone goes blind, except for one woman — and turns it into a jarring look at how anything can become normal. At its best, the movie,…