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Breaking Bad Retrospective: I. F. T.

In my honest opinion, Breaking Bad had already gotten off to slow start with it’s third season. “I. F. T.” takes it down a notch even further, especially when compared to what “No Mas” and “Caballo Sin Nombre” already offered the audience. 1,714 more words

Television Reviews

Breaking Bad Retrospective: Caballo Sin Nombre

Well, it looks like the third season of Breaking Bad is going to take a little while to get going. Much in the same vein as the previous installment, “No Mas”, “Caballo Sin Nombre” keeps the status quo for the most part. 1,660 more words

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Breaking Bad

I’m the danger!!!

Una de las mejores series americanas de los últimos tiempos. Llegó a su fin en el año 2013 pero aún hasta hoy se le recuerda con mucha nostalgia los geniales capítulos que se disfrutó durante 6 años. 648 more words

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Casting Roundup: Melissa Leo as Lady Bird in 'All the Way,' Marisa Tomei Joins 'Empire'

Bryan Cranston’s Lyndon Johnson has found his Lady Bird, as HBO Films’ “All the Way” has cast Oscar winner Melissa Leo as the famous first lady. 178 more words


Afternoon Funnies- Random Stuff and Junk Edition

Also known as “Watson Didn’t Want to Write an Article today and Just Dumped a Bunch of Pictures Off His Phone”.  Click on for a mild chuckle.

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Anthony Mackie Will Play A Real Hero In Bryan Cranston's 'All The Way'

Last summer, news broke that Bryan Cranston would reprise the role of President Lyndon Johnson in HBO’s television adaptation of All The Way. Cranston won the Tony Award for Best Actor for his portrayal of LBJ in the original stage play, so he’ll definitely have no problem carrying the Steven Spielberg-produced adaptation. 171 more words


Anthony Mackie To Play MLK Opposite Bryan's Cranston's LBJ In HBO's 'All The Way'

EXCLUSIVE: Anthony Mackie has been set for the coveted role of Martin Luther King Jr., starring opposite Bryan Cranston in All The Way, the adaptation of the Tony-winning Robert Schenkkan play that Jay Roach will direct for HBO. 270 more words