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Good Scene, Bad Movie: Total Recall (2012) - Elevator Fight Scene

Total Recall is one of my favorite movies. From its glimpse into the future and Arnold’s terrible one-liners, I was was a must see for anybody in my generation. 212 more words

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Television Review: Fargo, Season 2

Peggy: It’s just a flyin’ saucer, Ed. We gotta go.

I was late to the game when it came to the first season of Fargo…

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Bokeem Woodbine, Billie Lourd and Jeremy Irvine join "Billionaire Boys Club"

By Jason Abdow

12/17/15

The “Billionaire Boys Club” cast has grown even more as Bokeem Woodbine, Billie Lourd and Jeremy Irvine have officially signed on to the cast. 146 more words

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Five Strangers Trapped. One Of Them Is Not What They Seem

Finally got around to watching a movie that’s been on my “to watch” list for sometime last night – the 2010 supernatural horror thriller from director John Erick  Dowdle (“As Above, So Low”, “Quarantine”) written and produced by M. 814 more words

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Life Is Just Time Spent Between New Fargo Episodes

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I wish I could write eloquently about Fargo. I wish I had one tenth the talent of guys like Greenwald or Sepinwall or any of the number of writers out there who can add to the experience of watching a show like this. 199 more words

JOSH HURST OFF RECORDS: Colum McCann, Fargo

Though the real point of this blog is for my occasional musings on various new records, I will flatter myself by thinking that a few of you may be interested in my, ah, extracurricular activities. 61 more words

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Take 60 Seconds And Enjoy Mike Milligan's Terrific 'Jabberwocky' Scene From 'Fargo'

The sixth episode of Fargo‘s second season featured a bunch of memorable moments. Examples include a) the drunken lawyer played by Nick Offerman rampaging around the police station while ranting about jackboots and tyranny, and b) Simone Gerhardt specifically requesting that a murder be attached to the message “Kiss my grits.” (Fargo is a good show.) But the most memorable was probably Kansas City mobster Mike Milligan reciting the entirety of the Lewis Carroll poem “Jabberwocky” as he and his crew prepared for battle. 238 more words

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