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Just for Laughs: The actors are just like their Silicon Valley alter egos. Mostly

That strangled cough-laugh mashup you heard Saturday afternoon was a collective nerdgasm as fans packed a ballroom at the Hyatt Regency hotel in downtown Montreal to listen to a Q&A with the cast and co-producers of the TV series Silicon Valley. 574 more words

Entertainment

Silicon Valley "Two Days of the Condor" Review

With so much riding on the Hooli case against Pied Piper, it felt like things could be truly over for the company. But an oddball clause was presented in the Hooli employment contract which caused the judge to rule in favor of Richard, both giving Pied Piper a win and possible collapsing Hooli as we know it. 342 more words

TV + Movies

I'll See You in My Dreams (2015)

Blythe Danner finally gets her chance to shine in a leading role.  I’ll See You in My Dreams is a good movie that is gloomy, but it does have some comedic moments.   105 more words

2015 Reviews

I'll See You in My Dreams (to be "aware both of the attraction of an imaginative dream world without 'disagreeables' and the remorseless pressure of the actual")

John Keats may have died at 25, but he was able to articulate the feelings of mortality better than anyone. What urged him on in his poetic career was the foreboding he felt about life ending too soon. 510 more words

Film

Blythe Danner turns a little film into a Dream project

Hollywood indeed works in funny ways, proving so delightfully again this summer of 2015 that truth can can sometimes be a strange bedfellow of fiction. 575 more words

Movies

I'll See You In My Dreams

I’ll See You In My Dreams – Carol (Blythe Danner) has been widowed 20 years. Her semi-satisfying life includes bridge and golf with friends (Rhea Perlman, Mary Kay Place, June Squib) who live in a nearby retirement home, and lots of wine. 148 more words

Dramatical Entertainment

PTS Proudly Presents Sean Mullin POWERCAST

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Podcasting Them Softly was honored to chat with Sean Mullin, the writer and director of this year’s independent romance AMIRA & SAM. The film is a charming romantic dramedy that’s set in New York, and focuses on an Iraq-war vet named Sam (Martin Starr), and how Sam meets the charming Amira (Dina Shihabi), an illegal immigrant from Iraq who happens to be the niece of his wartime translator. 110 more words

Podcast