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The Mist (2007)

A strange mist descends over a small town and a motley band of its inhabitants seek refuge in the local supermarket.

Based on a *sigh* Stephen King novella, The Mist was written for the screen and directed by Frank “The Shawshank Redemption” Darabont; his skillful eye and feel for narrative pacing means that it has a sense of quality missing from many of the myriad King adaptations. 199 more words

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Captain Holt Quotes For When You Need To Keep Your Emotions In Check

There’s a lot to be said for keeping your emotions in check. Think about it, when someone makes a bad decision, they blame it on their emotions, either directly or indirectly. 836 more words

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Homicide Turns 20

Celebrating an anniversary for one of the most influential shows in TV history – Homicide: Life on the Street

I can still remember the time vividly. 1,983 more words

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Happy Birthday: Andre Braugher

Happy Birthday actor Andre Braugher

Born: July 1, 1962 in Chicago, Illinois, USA

Married to:
Ami Brabson (28 December 1991 – present) (3 children)

For the 1996 Shakespeare in the Park Festival in New York, Braugher played the title role in Shakespeare’s “Henry V”. 99 more words

'Brooklyn Nine-Nine' continues to be arresting comedy

I admire producers of television shows that can be consistently good week after week. And it cannot be easy when 22, 24 episodes have to be made during the course of a TV season. 431 more words

Television

Glory (1989)

Glory is the story of a white liberal Bostonian Colonel who headed the first black regiment in the Union army.

Like most of this kind of worthy and well meaning historical dramas, Glory is a little patronizing and guilty of emotional manipulation, sometimes descending into schmaltz. 109 more words

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TV Review: Brooklyn Nine-Nine, 3.22 & 3.23, "Bureau"/"Greg and Larry"

I’ll say this about Brookly Nine-Nine‘s third season in a macro context: I liked it quite a bit overall and think that it’s solid with just a few rough patches here and there in its twenty three episode span. 43 more words

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