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...AND JUSTICE FOR ALL (1979)

As much as I love Coppola‘s Godfather films and Lumet‘s Serpico (1973) and Dog Day Afternoon (1975), films that star Al Pacino and that helped distinguish him among the best actors of his generation, it is without fail that the first film that comes to mind when Pacino is mentioned is the 1979 satirical courtroom drama… 1,948 more words

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Mr. Mom

I love Michael Keaton. He’s great in everything and don’t even get me started on Birdman. In the movie Neighbors, Seth Rogen is even telling Zac Efron that Michael Keaton is “his Batman” compared to Efron’s preferred Christian Bale. 787 more words

Film

Summer TV Binge: TRANSPARENT

I was told this was a comedy.

No doubt, Transparent features comedic actors — Jeffrey Tambor as Maura, Jay Duplass as Josh, Judith Light as Shelly, Melora Hardin as Tammy, Rob Huebel as Len, Kathryn Hahn as Raquel and Carrie Brownstein as Syd — and traffics in comedy elements like awkwardness and obliviousness and misunderstanding. 798 more words

Television

Emmy Reactions: Ricky Gervais Says, "It’ll Be Nice To Lose To Someone Other Than Jim Parsons”

Lead Actor – Limited Series or Movie

Ricky Gervais, Derek Special
With 22 nominations under his belt and two wins, Gervais says he looks forward to losing again this year, “but at least I’m in a different category, so it’ll be nice to lose to someone other than Jim Parsons.” Famously, while presenting at the 2014 Emmys after losing Best Actor in a Comedy Series to Parsons, Gervais chose to give his acceptance speech anyway. 3,888 more words

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TV Review: Transparent (Season 1)

With its balanced humor and drama, the first season of Transparent is beautifully heartwarming from start to end.

Rating: 9/10

Pros:
+Maura is the show. Her transition as a transgender is one of the most emotional things I have seen on TV. 79 more words

TV Reviews

HELLBOY (2004)

Review by Derrick Carter

Running Time: 2 hours 2 minutes

MPAA Rating: PG-13 for Sci-Fi Action Violence and Frightening Images

Directed by: Guillermo Del Toro… 925 more words

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