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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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2012 HBO Summer Documentary Series Movie Preview: ME @ THE ZOO

By at June 7, 2012 | 6:39 am | 0 Comment

2012 HBO Summer Documentary Series Movie Preview: ME @ THE ZOO

If you know the significance of the title Me @ The Zoo, consider yourself a savvy, well-versed member of the new digital community. "Me at The Zoo" is the name of the first video ever uploaded to YouTube, way back in April 2005. It appears to be 19 seconds of nothingness, of an unassuming young man in front of the elephants at the San Diego Zoo. But the big point, and the more...

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