The Cody family sticks together, trying to figure out how to go about their next moves.
Jack looks for old friends while Anna goes on a date and Angela heads to the racetrack. Again, danger is everywhere.
The Mayans must further help the cartel after Miguel and Emily’s child is kidnapped.
Mike aids Gus in setting up his lab. Jimmy figures out his clientele, for better or worse.
When the unthinkable occur, Jesse takes action and leaves Walt to make a brutal decision.
Henry finds more trouble in Castle Rock. Molly is busy dealing with the past.
It never stops— money troubles plague the Cody family, in every way imaginable.
Cora’s fate is determined, as final secrets are unveiled.
A young man stuck in a bad neighbourhood gets lost in a fantasy of vampirism, leading to unexpected consequences.
King of New York. 1990. Directed by Abel Ferrara. Screenplay by Nicholas St. John. Starring Christopher Walken, Larry Fishburne, David Caruso, Victor Argo, Wesley Snipes, Janet Julian, Joey Chin, Giancarlo Esposito, & Paul Calderon. Seven Arts/Lions Gate Home Entertainment. Rated R. 106 minutes. Drama/Crime ★★★★★ Abel Ferrara is an all-around exciting, unique filmmaker. He usuallyContinue reading “Frank White, Republican Nightmare: Abel Ferrara’s King of New York”
The Seven Five. 2014. Directed by Tiller Russell. Starring (as themselves) Michael Dowd, Ken Eurell, Walter Yurkiw, Chickie, Dori Eurell. ★★★★★ To start this review, I wanted to give a bit of personal insight into my view on police. Firstly, I have two family members, close cousins, who are both officers here in St. John’s,Continue reading “The Seven Five is a Microcosm of America’s Police Problem”