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Deep Space Nine: s03 e19 - Through the Looking Glass

I was all set to declare this a third successive strong episode, and to query if I’d had that experience before in this re-watch, but despite its overall quality, I ended up disappointed in ‘Through the Looking Glass’, for its end and what it did not do and where it didn’t sufficiently go, and what it didn’t ask its two most important actors to approach. 665 more words

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Deep Space Nine: s03 e17 - Visionary

Before watching this latest episode, I was considering whether or not I needed a break: I’m personally not in a good space and last week’s Quark-centred episode was a serious trial. 963 more words

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Deep Space Nine - s03 e15 - Destiny

Another good, indeed very good episode, the more so for maintaining a clear, distinct, single story throughout the full episode (with the exception of an extended open that set up the situation whilst doing its best to ruin it with Quarkian comic relief). 779 more words

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HELL ON WHEELS: The Final Episodes Season Five Volume 2 Says Farewell

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Coming to Bluray from Entertainment One is an AMC series saying goodbye one more time with HELL ON WHEELS: The Final Episodes Season Five Volume 2. 812 more words

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Hell on Wheels Season 5 Vol 2 & The Complete Series on November 1

THIS NOVEMBER, IT’S THE END OF THE LINE FOR AMC’S ACCLAIMED EPIC WESTERN SERIES WITH TWO FINAL HOME ENTERTAINMENT COLLECTIONS

 

HELL ON WHEELS: SEASON FIVE, VOLUME 2 – 846 more words

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Alan Partridge: Alpha Papa

may contain nuts spoilers* 

First of all, Steve Coogan’s Alan Partridge franchise is hugely popular in the UK, though not so much in the US, so you may feel that if you haven’t seen the television series, heard the radio show, or read the book, you should not bother with the feature-length film because there is too much in the canon that you need to know to enjoy the film. 556 more words

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Film Review: 'The Journey'

It’s the most die-hard formula in movies (in fact, they once made a “Die Hard” movie out of it). Two men are thrown together who really, seriously don’t like each other. 1,548 more words

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