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Damn! I couldn’t wait til tomorrow to make another post…

Ah, this video has so many layers of epic.

It’s the reading of an 1818 sonnet by Percy Shelley. 80 more words


Breaking Bad Retrospective: Grilled

“Grilled” picks up right where “Seven Thirty-Seven” left off, with Tuco’s abduction of both Walt and Jesse. It takes a little bit to get going, but, once it does, this episode stands out as a very tense and dramatic follow-up to the already very good season premiere. 610 more words

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Breaking Bad Retrospective: Seven Thirty-Seven

Fresh with a cryptic teaser to open the season, “Seven Thirty-Seven” is officially the beginning of Breaking Bad‘s second season. Luckily, the writers are able to sustain the terrific momentum carried throughout the first season of the series. 569 more words

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Breaking Bad Retrospective: A No-Rough-Stuff-Type Deal

“A No-Rough-Stuff-Type Deal” was the defacto season one finale of Breaking Bad.  Due to the writer’s strike, season one of this show was cut short a little bit. 525 more words

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Cannes: Bryan Cranston's Drug Drama 'The Infiltrator' Bought by Broad Green

Fast-growing Broad Green Pictures has acquired U.S. rights to “The Infiltrator,” starring Bryan Cranston, and set the drug drama for release next year.

The deal was closed Thursday at the Cannes Film Festival, where WME and Relativity International have been selling rights. 256 more words


Bryan Cranston-Diane Kruger Drama 'The Infiltrator' In $4 Million Broad Green U.S. Deal- Cannes

Broad Green Pictures has acquired U.S. rights to Brad Furman’s adaption of The Infiltrator, starring Bryan Cranston (Breaking Bad,) and Diane Kruger (Inglourious Basterds). Deal is believed to be $4 million with a commitment for a wide theatrical release. 104 more words


Breaking Bad Retrospective: Crazy Handful of Nothin'

At the conclusion of the last episode, Walt and Jesse are officially back in business together as meth cooking partners-in-crime, and things could not be getting any better.   693 more words

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