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‘Rick and Morty’ Review: Summer Takes Center Stage in a ‘Mad Max: Fury Road’ Therapy Session

30 July 2017 8:59 PM, PDT | Indiewire Television | See recent Indiewire Television news »

[Editor’s Note: The following review contains spoilers for “Rick and Morty” Season 3, Episode 2, “Rickmancing the Stone.”]

When “Rick and Morty” premiered back in April with a surprise episode that only a small group of marketing people at Adult Swim knew was coming, it treated fans who had waited since the end of Season 2 with an episode that mainly delivered on some greatest hits. Aliens had captured Rick, hellbent on stealing a secret from his subconscious. Meanwhile, life back on Earth had descended into total chaos. The last shot was even a mirror of the “100 years Rick and Morty” monologue from the end of the show’s pilot.

So how do you follow that up and get audiences excited for what the rest of Season 3 has to offer? Apparently the answer is Badass Summer. It took descending into an all-out “Mad Max: Fury Road” battle for wasteland supremacy, but it looks like the show’s central duo now has a capable third member.

Read More‘Rick and Morty’ Season 3: Susan Sarandon, »

- Steve Greene

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‘Rick and Morty’ Review: Summer Takes Center Stage in a ‘Mad Max: Fury Road’ Therapy Session

30 July 2017 8:59 PM, PDT | Indiewire | See recent Indiewire news »

[Editor’s Note: The following review contains spoilers for “Rick and Morty” Season 3, Episode 2, “Rickmancing the Stone.”]

When “Rick and Morty” premiered back in April with a surprise episode that only a small group of marketing people at Adult Swim knew was coming, it treated fans who had waited since the end of Season 2 with an episode that mainly delivered on some greatest hits. Aliens had captured Rick, hellbent on stealing a secret from his subconscious. Meanwhile, life back on Earth had descended into total chaos. The last shot was even a mirror of the “100 years Rick and Morty” monologue from the end of the show’s pilot.

So how do you follow that up and get audiences excited for what the rest of Season 3 has to offer? Apparently the answer is Badass Summer. It took descending into an all-out “Mad Max: Fury Road” battle for wasteland supremacy, but it looks like the show’s central duo now has a capable third member.

Read More‘Rick and Morty’ Season 3: Susan Sarandon, »

- Steve Greene

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‘The Handmaid’s Tale’ Star Elisabeth Moss Talks Season 1’s Momentous Finale

16 June 2017 7:00 AM, PDT | Variety - TV News | See recent Variety - TV News news »

Spoiler Alert: Do not read if you have not watched “Night,” the June 14 episode of “The Handmaid’s Tale.”

The last shot of Season 1 of “The Handmaid’s Tale” is June, now called Offred, sitting in the darkness inside a black van with a peculiar serenity on her face. The finale’s last scene is identical to the last moments of Margaret Atwood’s book, which leaves its protagonist in an ambiguous, vulnerable spot — either on her way to a certain punishment or on a path of constructive resistance. Unlike the landmark novel, Hulu’s “The Handmaid’s Tale” will give us a sense of what happens next; the show has been renewed for a second season. In the meantime, we are also in the dark.

Elisabeth Moss has been lauded for her performances past, such as Peggy on “Mad Men” and Robin in “Top of the Lake,” which returns for a second season in September. But »

- Sonia Saraiya

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‘Better Call Saul’ Review: Rough Times for Jimmy Are Bad News For Everyone Else

22 May 2017 8:00 PM, PDT | Indiewire | See recent Indiewire news »

[Editor’s note: The following contains spoilers for “Better Call Saul” Season 3, Episode 7, “Expenses.”]

Last Week’S Review: Watch Out, World, Because Saul Goodman is Coming

Case Summary

After celebrating what felt like a victory last week, it’s now time for Jimmy to accept the consequences for his year-long suspension, which are far tougher than he anticipated. Trying to balance his required community service hours with his fledgling business as a producer and director of local commercials isn’t working out all that well — he’s running himself ragged and going broke in the process. What matters most to him is making sure that Kim has no clue just how bad things are getting… though he’s not above a petty moment of revenge against Chuck, as much as he might say that he’s moving on.

Meanwhile, we get a blast from the more-recent-than-usual past: Nacho decides to pay “Saul” Season 2’s resident prescription drug scammer/baseball enthusiast Pryce (Daniel Wormald) a visit, »

- Liz Shannon Miller

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‘Better Call Saul’ Review: Rough Times for Jimmy Are Bad News For Everyone Else

22 May 2017 8:00 PM, PDT | Indiewire Television | See recent Indiewire Television news »

[Editor’s note: The following contains spoilers for “Better Call Saul” Season 3, Episode 7, “Expenses.”]

Last Week’S Review: Watch Out, World, Because Saul Goodman is Coming

Case Summary

After celebrating what felt like a victory last week, it’s now time for Jimmy to accept the consequences for his year-long suspension, which are far tougher than he anticipated. Trying to balance his required community service hours with his fledgling business as a producer and director of local commercials isn’t working out all that well — he’s running himself ragged and going broke in the process. What matters most to him is making sure that Kim has no clue just how bad things are getting… though he’s not above a petty moment of revenge against Chuck, as much as he might say that he’s moving on.

Meanwhile, we get a blast from the more-recent-than-usual past: Nacho decides to pay “Saul” Season 2’s resident prescription drug scammer/baseball enthusiast Pryce (Daniel Wormald) a visit, »

- Liz Shannon Miller

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‘The Wizard of Lies’ Review: Robert De Niro’s Canny HBO Movie is a Ponzi Scheme That Pays Off

15 May 2017 5:49 AM, PDT | Indiewire | See recent Indiewire news »

The Wizard of Lies” is constructed to mimic Bernie Madoff’s Ponzi scheme: an expertly orchestrated con with a significant payday. But the film, based on Diana Henriques’ book, one ups its inspiration by actually pulling off the scam; first by suckering the audience into investing in a masterful liar, then carefully planting seeds of doubt, and ultimately sneaking up and crushing its shareholders with a devastating final act.

In other words, Barry Levinson’s adaptation is a more complex and accomplished work than we’ve seen from many so-called biopics, as well as HBO Films’ best entry since “Behind the Candelabra.” In fact, in many ways, it’s the opposite of Steven Soderbergh’s gaudy and enticing “final” film. Rather than delivering too much of a good thing, “The Wizard of Lies” is an exercise in the power of restraint — especially from its lead, Robert De Niro.

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- Ben Travers

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‘The Wizard of Lies’ Review: Robert De Niro’s Canny HBO Movie is a Ponzi Scheme That Pays Off

15 May 2017 5:49 AM, PDT | Indiewire Television | See recent Indiewire Television news »

The Wizard of Lies” is constructed to mimic Bernie Madoff’s Ponzi scheme: an expertly orchestrated con with a significant payday. But the film, based on Diana Henriques’ book, one ups its inspiration by actually pulling off the scam; first by suckering the audience into investing in a masterful liar, then carefully planting seeds of doubt, and ultimately sneaking up and crushing its shareholders with a devastating final act.

In other words, Barry Levinson’s adaptation is a more complex and accomplished work than we’ve seen from many so-called biopics, as well as HBO Films’ best entry since “Behind the Candelabra.” In fact, in many ways, it’s the opposite of Steven Soderbergh’s gaudy and enticing “final” film. Rather than delivering too much of a good thing, “The Wizard of Lies” is an exercise in the power of restraint — especially from its lead, Robert De Niro.

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- Ben Travers

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TV News Roundup: Viceland Announces Premiere Dates for Summer Slate

8 May 2017 3:10 PM, PDT | Variety - TV News | See recent Variety - TV News news »

In today’s roundup, Viceland has released the premiere dates for its summer slate, a co-creator of “Westworld” has re-upped her overall deal, and FX’s crack epidemic series has a premiere date.

Dates

Premiere dates have been announced for seven Viceland shows, including four new series and four renewals. “American Boyband,” a new series, chronicles star Kevin Abstract and his band’s journey across the U.S. in their first headlining tour. It premieres June 8 at 10:30 p.m. “What Would Diplo Do?” starring James Van Der Beek premieres August 3 at 10 p.m. and sees the “Dawson’s Creek” star as Edm megastar Diplo, exploring the life of a man who appeals to thousands of fans yet has been reported as underwhelming one-on-one. “Nuts + Bolts” also premieres August 3 at 10:30 p.m., and follows Tyler The Creator as he explores how some of his favorite things are made and then tries to remake them in his »

- Erin Nyren

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Their Finest: Gemma Arterton And Lone Scherfig On Making The WWII Film

3 April 2017 8:00 AM, PDT | LRMonline.com | See recent LRM Online news »

There have been many, many movies about World War II, and of course most of them are like Saving Private Ryan, or last year’s Hacksaw Ridge as they focus on the brave heroes who went off to war and found a way not only to survive, but also come home as heroes.

Their Finest, based on Lissa Evans’ 2009 book Their Finest Hour and a Half, instead focuses on the brave women back home who did their part to try to keep spirits up and continue to support the British troops overseas.

In the movie, Gemma Arterton plays Catrin Cole, an ad writer hired to write the female dialogue (or “slop”) for the British Ministry of Information’s propaganda films they release to inspire the people back in England. Working with screenwriter Tom Buckley (Sam Claflin), Catrin finds the story of two twin sisters who borrow their father’s boat »

- Edward Douglas

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Will There Be Big Little Lies Season 2? That Finale Ending Explained and What Producers Are Saying About More

3 April 2017 6:27 AM, PDT | E! Online | See recent E! Online news »

Big Little Lies is done. The HBO limited series ended its seven-episode run with a jaw-dropping ending and some resolution, but we've been spoiled. The performances delivered by Reese Witherspoon, Nicole Kidman, Laura Dern and the rest of the cast spoiled us. Should there be Big Little Lies season two? Let's go with…no. The series ended with the five women: Madeline (Witherspoon), Celeste (Kidman), Renata (Dern), Bonnie (Zoe Kravitz) and Jane (Shailene Woodley) coming together after Zoe pushed Perry (Alexander Skarsgård) to his accidental death while he was attacking the other women. The last shot of the series was the five women and their kids on the beach, bonded for life. "You want to give »

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The Vampire Diaries Cast Just Revealed a Ton About the Finale

9 March 2017 12:20 PM, PST | POPSUGAR | See recent BuzzSugar news »

After eight seasons, the time has come for us to say goodbye to The Vampire Diaries forever. Ahead of the series finale, the show's stars Paul Wesley (Stefan), Candice King (Caroline), and showrunner Julie Plec spoke to the Huffington Post about everything from Nina Dobrev's much-anticipated return, that heartbreaking death, and the possibility of a spinoff. See some of their best quotes here, and then brush up on all the details about the series finale before it premieres on Friday. Plec Wrote and Directed the Finale, So Expect a Lot of Tears King admitted that the last day on set was incredibly emotional. "I knew that I needed to cry . . . a lot," she said. "And luckily Julie was directing and wrote the last episode and she's a crier, so it made me feel comfortable to cry as much as I did. To be able to all stand in the »

- Kelsie Gibson

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The Walking Dead "New Best Friends" Recap & Review

20 February 2017 5:57 AM, PST | LRMonline.com | See recent LRM Online news »

Courtesy of Gene Page/AMC

“… enemies can become friends.”

King Ezekiel, Morgan, Richard and representatives of the Kingdom on one side. Representatives of the Saviors on the other side. What is a simple delivering of goods develops into another volatile standoff. In the end, Richard hands over his gun and Morgan has his staff taken from him by the Saviors. King Ezekiel is warned that if this type of interaction continues, Richard will be first on deck. As they return to the Kingdom, Daryl makes another attempt to turn Morgan, but it is Richard who hears Daryl… and shows him what he has planned.

Richard and Daryl load up on ammunition and Molotov cocktails and make their way toward the side of a street. While explaining his plan, Richard mentions this strong woman living in the woods. After his continuous demanding, Richard reveals to Daryl that the woman is Carol. »

- Anthony Esteves

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Logan Review

17 February 2017 1:30 PM, PST | We Got This Covered | See recent We Got This Covered news »

To the naysayers who complain about superhero movies being “all the same,” I offer a counterpoint: Logan. There’s minimal franchise cross-promotion. No one-off cameos and no post-credits teases (at least in press screenings). James Mangold honors Hugh Jackman’s final contracted Wolverine performance like a sympathetic hangman, and what a sendoff it is. Jackman rides into the sunset, chewing a smokey cigar while reflecting on his longstanding relationship with Hollywood’s most prolific X-Men renegade. If Logan is indeed Jackman’s final unsheathing of those iconic adamantium claws, it’ll stand as a pitch-perfect goodbye. It’s not just “good for a comic book movie.” Logan is a heartbreaking love-letter to fans, cast and crew, but also a bloodthirsty outlaw tale that blazes with chiseled unrest.

Mangold introduces old-man Logan during his darkest days. Charles Xavier (Patrick Stewart) is sick with a deteriorating brain disease, Logan is growing weaker »

- Matt Donato

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Dora Teaser Review

17 February 2017 4:46 AM, PST | Behindwoods | See recent Behindwoods news »

Nayanthara, after the success of Maya, signed another horror thriller called Dora. Now, the teaser of the film is out and here is what we think about it.

 

The teaser has all the elements of a horror film, with the eerie feel traveling throughout. With many  fast cuts and fewer dialogues, the teaser does not disclose the main plot of the movie. This 55-second video makes you think if this film is going to be yet another horror movie. Vivek-Mervin's background score adds so much value to the teaser. The last shot is a treat to watch out for, »

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