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Homeland S4 Ep6: From A to B and Back Again

Carrie sets in motion her plan to use Aayan to get to Haissam Haqqani, with unexpected and tragic consequences.

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Claire Danes

Homeland S4 Ep5: About a Boy

Carrie’s plan to seduce Aayan pays dividends but she’s not the only one making moves as Homeland cranks up the tension.

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Claire Danes

August: Osage County

” ‘Life is very longT.S. Eliot” 

The film starts with these few words and a disappearance.

There is Beverly, an alcoholic, married to Violet who is addicted to pills. 156 more words


REVIEW: Black Water Productions Presents KILLER JOE

Viciously funny

By Caitlin McGrane

If you are of a sensitive disposition, I advise you to look away now. Killer Joe by Tracy Letts is not for the faint of heart. 276 more words

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Sherlock Holmes: A Study in Red Dirt

There are few movies that have left a dual-toned stain of upset and understanding on my psyche like August: Osage County. I was discussing the film adaptation, in a manner, with a friend the other day; and having firsthand knowledge of Oklahoma, one of my favorite lines ever written came from this play and made it to the silver screen: 1,069 more words

Homeland S4 Ep4: Iron in the Fire

Carrie goes to extreme measures to convince Aayan that she can help him start a new life outside Pakistan, as persuasion turns to seduction in the wake of a game-changing revelation. 38 more words

Claire Danes

Homeland S4 Ep3: Shalwar Kameez

Carrie arrives in Islamabad to meet resistance from within her new team and soon discovers that there is more to Sandy’s death than meets the eye. 28 more words

Claire Danes