Watching old television shows is like walking back into one’s past. Once you walk into the quantum leap of your past, you start to shed some tears during your “the wonder years,” but what it comes to play twenty, thirty or forty years later into your future – those tears bring back the memories of classic television, we don’t often see in today’s prime time television line-up’s. 646 more words
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Wait a second… is there a clause in Citizens United preventing campaign donors from getting hands-y?
That might be the thought going through candidate Alicia Florrick’s mind in the following first-look photos from… 177 more words
Wily attorney Saul Goodman comes back to the small screen Sunday with the premiere of Breaking Bad spin-off Better Call Saul (AMC, 10 p.m. ET). While we’re excited to learn about Saul’s latest exploits, his return made us remember several other characters who had lives beyond the shows that made them famous. 1,024 more words
The first part of this film, led by a manic Bette Midler, plays like “Toddlers & Tiaras” for the Great Depression era. Mama Rose (Midler) spends so much time immersing her daughters in showbiz and sick infantilism, insisting on making them wear little girl’s clothes well into puberty, that she forgets what is best for her girls altogether. 321 more words
PARK CITY, UT — They play three generations of one family in The Games Maker, a new kids’ movie unfurling here at the Sundance Film Festival, but Ed Asner, Tom Cavanagh and David Mazouz also represent three generations of television. 632 more words
An amazing story full of surprises starts when the little Ivan Dragó (David Mazouz), wins a contest with “Grand Prize” turns out to be a simple transfer; the indelible mark will be linked to a destiny of intrigue and adventure. 64 more words