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Daily archive Oct 10, 2011

Magnet Takes US Rights To Christian Slater’s Playback

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‘Dredd’ Director Asked To Leave Film

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Revisiting Boardwalk Empire: So Far, So Good

[WizardRSS: unable to retrieve full-text content] We’re now three episodes into the second season of Boardwalk Empire, and so we thought it’d be a good time to catch up with Nucky Thompson and the rest of the bootleggers, mafia thugs, corrupt politicians, and gold-hearted whores who populated the Jersey Shore of the Roaring Twenties. Going...

Saturday Night Live: Ben Stiller Was There

[WizardRSS: unable to retrieve full-text content] Eddie Murphy was a no-show. Prior to Saturday, the internet was ablaze with rumors that he’d return to the show that launched his career for a cameo, but it never materialized. Apparently Murphy has boycotted Saturday Night Live for years over comments David Spade once made about him, and...

Breaking Bad Ends With a Face Off

[WizardRSS: unable to retrieve full-text content] Spoilers, obviously. We have increased levels of Heisenbergifrication! Breaking Bad slammed the door shut on its fantastic fourth season with “Face Off,” a gorgeous finale written and directed by creator Vince Gilligan, or as I like to call him, the savior of television. While everything went according to Walt’s...

Dexter Week 2: Back on Track?

[WizardRSS: unable to retrieve full-text content] Last week I and many other longtime Dexter viewers lamented the noticeable drop-off in quality of recent seasons, up to and including the slightly dire Season 6 premiere. The opener spent too much time on (awful) supporting characters as well as Dexter Morgan’s increasingly muddled motivations, and made it...

Real Steel Is The Real Deal At This Weekend’s Box Office

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Fringe: On Fungi and Fatherhood

[WizardRSS: unable to retrieve full-text content] Last week, Fringe proved once again that it’s possible for a series to contain both heavily serialized AND procedural elements; the show’s unique blend of the two has become its trademark, and has been responsible for Fringe‘s resurgence, particularly during Season 3. Episodes that lean toward the procedural side...