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More Gruffudd; Halt and Catch Fire Final Season

I’m not bitter at ABC for cancelling Ioan Gruffudd’s Forever, nor for cancelling Pushing Daisies, a perennial favorite on the list of Shows That Were Cancelled Too Soon.  199 more words

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July 24/ 17

Hello! TV is being added to the roster. One of my favorites shows will be leaving and I’m pretty sad and bumbed about it, but I can’t wait for the 4th and final season of… 50 more words

Lee Pace

This Is a Movie Review: The Book of Henry

The Book of Henry has been hailed by some as the next so-bad-it’s-good classic and by others as just one of the worst movies ever. But as I finished watching it, my reaction was, “What’s the big deal?” As I thought it over, though, I realized that some pretty crazy things did happen – Naomi Watts plays video games and buys a gun, Sarah Silverman kisses an 11-year-old on the mouth, Bobby Moynihan doesn’t debut a new catchphrase – but that lunacy does not really take this film to the realm of The Inexplicable. 82 more words


The Book Of Henry

Anything good about The Book Of Henry is squashed by its atrociously confusing and plain weird plotline

The Book Of Henry follows a suburban family as they keep each other going in their own special way. 231 more words


What I've watched: Halt & Catch Fire S3

Halt & Catch Fire season three on AMC, via Netflix.

Brief Summary:

For those who haven’t watched this show before, it is all about the early days of computers and tech in the 80s. 911 more words


Collateral attractions: HACF final season premiere August 19

Here’s the trailer. I have to object that I was not looking for “a true connection” on the web. I was looking for information. Although I often I was left looking for a connection to the web, as I was living in Germany for much of that time. 15 more words

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The Book of Henry – Review

The Book of Henry is a film about legacy. If you can’t fulfil your potential yourself for reasons outside of your control, then how do you achieve your desired outcome? 767 more words