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TV Review: ‘Breaking Bad’ – Froot Loops, Good Stuff!

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On levels of evil we have Heisneberg and then we have the white supremacists – as if creator and executive producer Gilligan is saying there is breaking bad and then there is really breaking bad. Read More »

TV Review: ‘Breaking Bad’ – Even a “Rabid Dog” Has Its Day

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Breaking Bad is like a rich, textured novel that forces us to keep turning the pages, wanting to know what happens, but wishing it would never end. Read More »

TV Review: ‘Breaking Bad’ – “Confessions” Are Bad for Your Soul

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With five episodes to go we are getting the best we could possible expect from series creator and executive producer Vince Gilligan, from an amazing cast, and powerful stories from terrific writers. Read More »

TV Review: ‘Breaking Bad’ – Dead and “Buried”

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“Buried” certainly answers some questions but also creates many more in the process, and that has been the Breaking Bad formula all along, which proves that chemistry can be more entertaining than we ever realized in high school. Read More »

No Happy Endings – Why ‘Breaking Bad’ Will Fade to White

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Walter is not going to go out as Heisenberg in a hail of gunfire; no, he is going to be Walter White dying in a hospital bed. Read More »

Movie Review: Argo

The year's (and Affleck's) best film so far. Read More »

Movie Review: Total Recall (2012)

Len Wiseman may paint a dystopian landscape well, but he leaves the horror of Phillip K. Dick out. Read More »

Movie Review: Rock of Ages (2012)

Tom Cruise puts the film into over-drive but it still delivers nothing but a good time. Read More »

DVD Review: Batman – Year One

A too-brief but generally well-made animated feature detailing the origins of the caped crusader. Read More »

TV Review: Breaking Bad – “Face Off”

Breaking Bad ends with machinations and betrayal, proving Walt is no better than the now departed Gus. Read More »