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Now on Netflix: THE OA Review

By at April 3, 2017 | 9:46 pm | 0 Comment

Now on Netflix: THE OA Review

3.5 / 5 stars If you’ve seen Brit Marling act, you know that her strength – if you choose to call it that – is being overly emotive. Onscreen she is a deep feeler of feelings, a wrencher of guts. An even greater strength is Marling's ability to find or create projects that let her do her thing, requiring her to wrinkle a well-groomed brow or share a moment of more...

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For One Last Cook: The BREAKING BAD Poster Collection

By at September 28, 2013 | 1:56 pm | 1 Comments

For One Last Cook: The BREAKING BAD Poster Collection

In the words of Jesse Pinkman, yo, stop crying, bitch. Yes, the inevitable has arrived: The final episode of Breaking Bad arrives Sunday. The show's enormously anticipated parting shot has inspired a week-long dirge of Internet tears and more fan guesswork than Lost, but we're not much interested in anything other than the final 75 minutes (including commercials) of more...

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Chapman Is the New White: Walter White. One Take on ORANGE IS THE NEW BLACK

By at August 31, 2013 | 11:12 am | 0 Comment

Chapman Is the New White: Walter White. One Take on ORANGE IS THE NEW BLACK

When it comes to quintessential character metamorphosis, Breaking Bad’s Walter White has been the TV blueprint of this decade. Once a domestic, high school chemistry teacher, White transforms into crystal meth genius “Heisenberg,” with exceptional everyman actor Bryan Cranston keeping “W.W” frighteningly ruthless and unpredictable. As Vince Gilligan’s creation more...

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The Big Battling Hitchcocks: Previewing THE GIRL and HITCHCOCK

By at October 18, 2012 | 3:34 pm | 0 Comment

The Big Battling Hitchcocks: Previewing THE GIRL and HITCHCOCK

The Master of Suspense is in the midst of a curious rebirth of sorts. It's not like Alfred Hitchcock needed one -- his films have always tantalized movie fans and revival house audiences -- but the British auteur, who died in 1980, is getting some extra special attention this year. And not all of it places the master's ample silhouette in a favorable light. On the more...

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