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The WatcherOn Friday, I posted my first batch of thoughts on Season 3 of "Breaking Bad," which I am trying to watch in its entirety before the AMC show's Sunday finale. Given that my thoughts on the show have shifted, I've decided to start afresh with a new post....
The WatcherI knew I could count on "Breaking Bad" to supply a feel-good season finale. There's much more about "Full Measure," the Season 3 finale of the AMC show, below. But first, some news: AMC has renewed "Breaking Bad" for a fourth season. The press release...
Show TrackerThe crux of any great television show is that it will inevitably reach that point where it begins to compete with itself, its splendid past and the lofty expectations spawned from its own brilliance. This is where AMCâs âBreaking Bad,â......
Show Tracker"As wrong as I know it is, as much as I know I'm probably doing it just to make Walt leave me, it is the only thing in my day where I don't feel like I'm drowning." Skyler's words, but......
South Florida Sun-Sentinel2½ stars (out of four) This loopy, clever comedy opens with Shakespeare's "all the world's a stage" passage, a concept the movie takes to heart. Beautiful young actress Helen (Michi Barall) arrives at her Manhattan apartment after being propositioned...
Times Staff WriterYou'd have to do the math to know for sure, but casual analysis suggests that stories about drug addicts, especially recovering ones, make up a disproportionate number of stories told on the screen. American movies are fixated on the twin forces of...
Chicago TribuneA word to the wise: If you're ever told you have three weeks to live, you should seriously consider liquidating your life savings and making tracks to the world's most outrageously luxurious five-star resort. A word to the even wiser: Make sure you take...
Tags: Christian Bale, Robert Zemeckis, LL Cool J, Holidays, Wayne Wang
Big question: Georgia Byrd (Queen Latifah) finds out she has three weeks to live and makes a beeline to Europe. Will this remake of "Last Holiday" (1950) inspire you to live each day as though it were your last? Catch it: Latifah is the firecracker...
Times Staff Writer"Derailed" is a silly, lurid, pulpy thriller that's not nearly lurid and pulpy enough to be much fun, but more than silly enough to be ludicrous. Directed by Mikael Håfström from a vaguely familiar screenplay by Stuart Beattie, it ushers in every twist...
Tribune staff reporter3 stars (out of four) A word to the wise: If you're ever told you have three weeks to live, you should seriously consider liquidating your life savings and making tracks to the world's most outrageously luxurious five-star resort. A word to the even...
Tags: Christian Bale, LL Cool J, Robert Zemeckis, Holidays, Wayne Wang
Zap2It.comFunny thing about "Derailed:" It's well-made and everything, but when it's over, you realize you've just sat through an expensive and not particularly inspired production of a Showtime thriller -- you know, the kind where the lure of illicit sex leads a...
Tribune movie critic3 stars (out of four) Maggie Gyllenhaal can't brush her teeth without making another movie, and by this point in her screen career we can take stock of her considerable and rather deceptive abilities. Why deceptive? Because in every film she has a way...
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