Aquarius – Season 2, Episode 11: “Can You Take Me Back?”

NBC’s Aquarius Season 2, Episode 11: “Can You Take Me Back?” Directed by Timothy A. Good Written by David Reed * For a review of the previous episode, “Blackbird” – click here * For a review of the next episode, “Mother Nature’s Son” – click here On August 9th, 1969, Emma Karn (Emma Dumont), TexContinue reading “Aquarius – Season 2, Episode 11: “Can You Take Me Back?””

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The Night Of – Season 1, Episode 6: “Samson and Delilah”

HBO’s The Night Of Season 1, Episode 6: “Samson and Delilah” Directed by Steven Zaillian Teleplay by Richard Price & Zaillian * For a review of the previous episode, “The Season of the Witch” – click here * For a review of the next episode, “Ordinary Death” – click here Mr. Stone (John Turturro) is doingContinue reading “The Night Of – Season 1, Episode 6: “Samson and Delilah””

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Breaking Bad – Season 2, Episode 12: “Phoenix”

AMC’s Breaking Bad Season 2, Episode 12: “Phoenix” Directed by Colin Bucksey Written by John Shiban * For a review of the previous episode, “Mandala” – click here * For a review of the finale, “ABQ” – click here With Skyler (Anna Gunn) in labour, Walt (Bryan Cranston) found himself saddled with making a bigContinue reading “Breaking Bad – Season 2, Episode 12: “Phoenix””

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The Knick – Season 2, Episode 9: “Do You Remember Moon Flower?”

Cinemax’s The Knick Season 2, Episode 9: “Do You Remember Moon Flower?” Directed by Steven Soderbergh Written by Jack Amiel & Michael Begler * For a review of the previous episode, “Not Well At All” – click here * For a review of the Season 2 finale, “This Is All We Are” – click hereContinue reading “The Knick – Season 2, Episode 9: “Do You Remember Moon Flower?””

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The Knick – Season 2, Episode 8: “Not Well At All”

Cinemax’s The Knick Season 2, Episode 8: “Not Well At All” Directed by Steven Soderbergh Written by Jack Amiel & Michael Begler * For a review of the previous episode, “Williams and Walker” – click here * For a review of the next episode, “Do You Remember Moon Flower?” – click here The immense talentsContinue reading “The Knick – Season 2, Episode 8: “Not Well At All””

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The Knick – Season 2, Episode 7: “Williams and Walker”

Cinemax’s The Knick Season 2, Episode 7: “Williams and Walker” Directed by Steven Soderbergh Written by Jack Amiel & Michael Begler * For a review of the previous episode, “There Are Rules” – click here * For a review of the next episode, “Not Well At All” – click here Back at The Knickerbocker HospitalContinue reading “The Knick – Season 2, Episode 7: “Williams and Walker””

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The Knick – Season 2, Episode 5: “Whiplash”

Cinemax’s The Knick Season 2, Episode 5: “Whiplash” Directed by Steven Soderbergh Written by Jack Amiel & Michael Begler * For a review of the previous episode, “Wonderful Surprises” – click here * For a review of the next episode, “There Are Rules” – click here “Whiplash” begins with Abby (Jennifer Ferrin) being walked out ofContinue reading “The Knick – Season 2, Episode 5: “Whiplash””

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The Knick – Season 2, Episode 4: “Wonderful Surprises”

Cinemax’s The Knick Season 2, Episode 4: “Wonderful Surprises” Directed by Steven Soderbergh Written by Jack Amiel & Michael Begler * For a review of the previous episode, “The Best with the Best to Get the Best” – click here * For a review of the next episode, “Whiplash” – click here With Dr. AlgernonContinue reading “The Knick – Season 2, Episode 4: “Wonderful Surprises””

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The Knick – Season 2, Episode 1: “Ten Knots”

Cinemax’s The Knick Season 2, Episode 1: “Ten Knots” Directed by Steven Soderbergh Written by Jack Amiel & Michael Begler * For a review of the next episode, “You’re No Rose” – click here I’ve only just now decided to start reviews for The Knick‘s second season. Being a huge fan of the first, I thought it’d beContinue reading “The Knick – Season 2, Episode 1: “Ten Knots””

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Fear the Walking Dead – Season 1, Episode 2: “So Close, Yet So Far”

AMC’s Fear the Walking Dead Season 1, Episode 2: “So Close, Yet So Far” Directed by Adam Davidson (Hell on Wheels, The Following, Low Winter Sun) Written by Marco Ramirez (Sons of Anarchy, Orange is the New Black, Da Vinci’s Demons, Daredevil) * For a review of the next episode, “The Dog” – click here * For a review of the PilotContinue reading “Fear the Walking Dead – Season 1, Episode 2: “So Close, Yet So Far””

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Refn Looks Back on the Criminal Life in PUSHER III: I’M THE ANGEL OF DEATH

The second sequel to Refn’s groundbreaking PUSHER is a bleak look at the end of the road for one Copenhagen druglord, as he juggles recovery, family, and business on a very special day for his daughter.

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Pusher: A Gritty Copenhagen Tale of Crime

Refn’s debut, PUSHER, is a brutal, bleak piece of cinema.

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