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    TV Review: “Modern Love” Feels Oddly Old-Fashioned

    At every corner of New York, someone could find a love story. This notion is as old as the city itself. Most recently, Aziz Ansari’s “Master of None” had a brilliant episode that traversed through three different New York stories over the course of a day. In just 30 minutes, that episode packed more heart, […] More

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    Emmy Circuit: Can Any Newcomers Defeat Peter Dinklage in Drama Supporting Actor?

    Welcome to the 2019 Emmy Circuit series, where we analyze and predict all your favorite TV series and their chances with the Television Academy (at least at this time of publishing).  The series examines the shows and performances about their awards potential, most notably the Emmy Awards. Emmy nomination voting opens June 10 and closes […] More

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    WATCH: Ryan Gosling is Neil Armstrong in ‘First Man’ Trailer

    Without question, one of the most anticipated movies of 2018 is “First Man,” filmmaker Damien Chazelle‘s follow up to the Oscar winning “La La Land.” Another major Academy Award hopeful, Chazelle this time is making a large scale Neil Armstrong biopic, the astronaut who was the first to walk on the moon. Teaming back up […] More

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    CHECK OUT: Damien Chazelle’s ‘First Man’ Debuts a Poster

    We have one small step for this movie today, though it could be one giant leap for the Oscar race. Sorry, couldn’t resist. Anyway, Damien Chazlle‘s “First Man” is easily one of 2018’s most anticipated films. The Neil Armstrong biopic could be a huge Academy Award player, while it marks his follow up to “La […] More

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    TV Review: Strong Performances Save ‘Waco’ From Mediocrity

    While some have surprisingly mourned the end of Spike TV, the new Paramount Network looks to have promise. Paramount is officially in the TV game, and they swung for the fences their first time out. Building on TV’s general interest in controversial historical moments of the 1990’s, “Waco” details the events behind the historic standoff. Michael […] More

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    Film Review: ‘Death Note’ Loses Much in Translation

    Wasted potential curses “Death Note” at almost all turns. From the problematic Americanization of the story to a tone that’s all over the place, very little consistently works. That’s a shame too, since this adaptation of the classic Japanese manga had the chance to truly be great. The themes in this story are deep and […] More