Game Of Thrones

Game Of Thrones: Season One Finale

Game Of Thrones has quickly become one of my favorite TV shows. Last week, I posted my thoughts after the excellent 9th episode, where I posed the question, “who is the main character of this show” going forward? I had some options that made sense, but I now realize that everyone on the show is … Continue reading

The Killing

The Killing: Season One Finale

So who killed Rosie Larsen? The season finale of The Killing just aired and it was maddeningly inconclusive. Yes, I’m glad that the show got renewed for a second season, but I wish that things had been left a bit more resolved. Not only did they not reveal the true killer with any degree of … Continue reading

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Game Of Thrones: RIP Ned Stark

I was originally going to wait until the end of Season 1 before I wrote about one of my new favorite shows, Game Of Thrones. But episode 9 was such a game changer that I simply could not wait. Anyone who did not watch this episode should stop reading now. This episode skillfully drew to … Continue reading

Super 8

Super 8

This is probably the best family popcorn movie that will be released this summer and possibly the best film that J.J. Abrams has written and directed so far in his career. It has J.J. Abrams‘ DNA, but it also has ’80s-era Steven Spielberg written all over it, which makes sense since they are both producers … Continue reading

Beginners

Beginners

Beginners is a delightful little film about the big things in life; fear, love, happiness, family and death. Mike Mills has created a very personal masterpiece that depicts a man who has trouble committing to love and his father who at the age of 75 (after his wife passed away from cancer), comes out of … Continue reading

The Killing

The Killing

About a week ago, I started watching The Killing on AMC, which I had stockpiled episodes of on my DVR until I had some free time to start it. In a way, I’m sad that I missed out on such a great show for so many weeks, but in another way, I’m glad that I … Continue reading

Modern Warefare 3

COD: MW3

November 8 can’t get here quick enough for Call of Duty fans. It looks like we’ll be able to experience full-on WWIII in the streets of New York, London, Paris and Berlin. Infinity Ward (with Sledgehammer Games for this go-round) has a lot to live up to and from the looks of this trailer, it … Continue reading

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The King Of Limbs: Newspaper Edition

I think most people who know me, know that my favorite band is Radiohead. So when I finally got my copy of the Newspaper Edition of The King Of Limbs delivered today, I was pretty excited to carefully open and inspect the items contained within. Not as exciting as the day I downloaded the album … Continue reading

Midnight In Paris

Midnight In Paris

I got a chance to go see the new Woody Allen film over the weekend and this is a serious “favorite film of the year” contender for me. Woody Allen has written and directed a delightful film about the romance of being an writer/artist in Paris. In Midnight In Paris, Owen Wilson forgoes the need … Continue reading

The New Girl

The New Girl

It looks like the always lovely Zooey Deschanel is going to be on our TV’s on a weekly basis in the coming fall. She’s set to star in a new show called The New Girl, and it was just picked up by Fox and scheduled to air on Tuesday nights at 9:00PM. She will be … Continue reading