Into the Dark – Season 1, Episode 1: “The Body”

A hitman gets caught in the chaos of Halloween while trying to dispose of a body

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Breaking Bad – Season 3, Episode 13: “Full Measure”

In the aftermath of Walt’s decisions, he and Jesse have to figure out a way to stay alive.

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Happy! – Season 1, Episode 7: “Destroyer of Worlds”

Smoothie prepares the children for packaging. Nick and Meredith join forces. Happy recovers from his 1st kill.

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Happy! – Season 1, Episode 5: “Hot Sauce? White Sauce?”

Nick goes to see Amanda. Meredith receives a message from Blue. Smoothie meets Hailey and the other children.

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Happy! – Season 1, Episode 4: “Year of the Horse”

Amanda continues her investigation with Dt. McCarthy. Nick and Happy track down info in Chinatown.

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Happy! – Season 1, Episode 3: “When Christmas Was Christmas”

Nick and Happy keep up their search. Amanda gets proactive in finding her daughter.

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Gotham – A Dark Knight, Episode 11: “Queen Takes Knight”

Penguin wants revenge against the Falcones, but Cpt. Gordon decides to stand up in the name of true justice for Gotham.

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Happy! – Season 1, Episode 2: “What Smiles Are For”

Nick wants to leave the city, get away. But Happy needs to convince him otherwise.

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Happy! – Season 1, Episode 1: “Saint Nick”

Former cop, current hitman Nick Sax winds up in the hospital, pursued by the mob, and a little girl’s imaginary friend – a blue, flying unicorn named Happy.

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Villeneuve Crosses the Border of Criminality with Sicario

Sicario. 2015. Directed by Denis Villeneuve. Screenplay by Taylor Sheridan. Starring Emily Blunt, Benicio Del Toro, Josh Brolin, Victor Garber, Jon Bernthal, Daniel Kaluuya, Jeffrey Donovan, Raoul Max Trujillo, Julio Cedillo, Hank Rogerson, Bernardo P. Saracino, and Kevin Wiggins. Black Label Media/Lions Gate Films/Thunder Road Pictures. Rated 14A. 121 minutes. Action/Crime/Drama ★★★★★ The opening of SicarioContinue reading “Villeneuve Crosses the Border of Criminality with Sicario”

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Tackling Racism & Xenophobia with Honour

Honour. 2014. Directed & Written by Shan Khan. Starring Aiysha Hart, Paddy Considine, Faraz Ayub, Shubham Saraf, Harvey Virdi, and Nikesh Patel. Code Red. Not Rated. 104 minutes. Drama/Thriller ★★★★1/2 There are several reasons why I really enjoyed Shan Khan’s Honour. First, Paddy Considine. He is a fine actor, as well as director, but hereContinue reading “Tackling Racism & Xenophobia with Honour”

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