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The Quirky Queue Dillon Family Thanksgiving Double Feature Film Review

By at November 28, 2013 | 11:38 am | 0 Comment

The Quirky Queue Dillon Family Thanksgiving Double Feature Film Review

Thanksgiving is a time for families to come together, of course. So why not spend some time here at the Quirky Queue with celebrity film family The Dillons, as in Matt and younger brother Kevin. Sure, we pulled it out of thin air, but these siblings have a pair of early films worth reviewing here, movies that will have you wishing for the good old days when all kids were more...

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Let’s Au Revoir, Bitch: The End of HBO’s ENTOURAGE

By at September 10, 2011 | 5:24 pm | 4 Comments

Let’s Au Revoir, Bitch: The End of HBO’s ENTOURAGE

During this eighth and final season of the always entertaining, often uneven Entourage, hatin' on the series has become a bit of a cultural pastime. The critics lament the show's flatness, opining that the fair-to-middlin' performances are far less palatable since Entourage doesn't satirize the industry as much as it used to. And the fans go cuckoo over the show's more...

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Battle With A Bulge: ENTOURAGE Season 8, Episode 4 Review

By at August 14, 2011 | 11:19 pm | 0 Comment

Battle With A Bulge: ENTOURAGE Season 8, Episode 4 Review

So, it comes down to this. It takes a suicide for Entourage to turn the dramatic corner? Well, it's cheap but effective, and sets up the homestretch for the series, beginning with episode #4 of the final season, entitled "Whiz Kid." Yes, that name is a pee-pee joke. The first oddity of the episode sits in the opening credits, where show creator Doug Ellin is more...

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All Kinds of Crazy: ENTOURAGE Season 8, Episodes 2-3 Review

By at July 30, 2011 | 6:49 am | 0 Comment

All Kinds of Crazy: ENTOURAGE Season 8, Episodes 2-3 Review

As the final season of Entourage continues, the Hollywood world of the four guys from Queens is getting crazier. And more serious. And bigger. And it's all working well. Remember all those years of "walking" conversations? The foursome on the move, maybe crossing Rodeo Drive, keeping the banter going in one of the most trademark Steadicam shots in modern TV history. more...

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