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MOVIE EVIEW | Glory (1989)

“And what are you? So full of hate you want to go out and fight everybody! Because you’ve been whipped and chased by hounds. Well that might not be living, but it sure as hell ain’t dying.” 641 more words

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EW Community MVP of the Week: Candice Accola

MVP of the Week | Week of Mar 12–18

The EW Community was built by and for people who love television. And we, the writers of the EW Community, especially love it when we get to witness brilliance in our favorite medium. 728 more words

TV Review: Brooklyn Nine-Nine, 2.19, "Sabotage"

“Every once in a while, it’s nice to be reminded that the non-principal cast members on Brooklyn Nine-Nine are people too. Last week, the series drilled down on Jake Peralta and did a lot of work to flesh him out as a complex human being with more layers beyond “clown” and “slacker”; this week, “Sabotage” does a little bit of the same for Scully, Hitchcock, and even Gina, though with far less successful results. 53 more words


TV Review: Brooklyn Nine-Nine, 2.18, "Captain Peralta"

“How good is Brooklyn Nine-Nine when it comes to nailing guest casting? Sure, fine, Nick Cannon hasn’t really made much of a splash in the daily adventures of the Nine-Nine squad, but that might be a case of the writers not quite knowing how to use him, or a sign that his big moment is yet to come. 73 more words


TV Review: Brooklyn Nine-Nine, 2.15, "Windbreaker City"

“Where’s the line between lazy referentialism and delightful homage? It’s somewhere in the script of “Windbreaker City,” the latest sequel installment in Brooklyn Nine-Nine’s second season; nearly the entire episode is built on nods to Die Hard, but it makes so many of them at such a rapid clip that the effect conveys enthusiasm rather than lack of imagination. 59 more words


TV Review: Brooklyn Nine-Nine, Episode 2.14, "Defense Rests"

“After a brief absence and a criminally unfunny opening sequence, “Defense Rests” gets Brooklyn Nine-Nine on the right track, with a trio of overarching plot developments… but man is that opener a letdown. 80 more words