Friday, August 30 2013
In a final season where the ultimate end-game is up for grabs, every character's motivations are up for dissection. Whether anyone can have the ending he seeks, however, remains the ultimate question.
Thursday, August 15 2013
With the greatest villain of all time finally defeated, Jesse, Mike, and the rest of the White's all come to the same realization: in a post-Fring world, the man who killed him has become the true terror.
Wednesday, August 14 2013
Breaking Bad's Fourth Season may also be considered by some to be the slowest, but that's largely because after an explosive opening, things slowly burn and simmer until the stunning reveal of "Crawl Space" and the terror that follows it.
Tuesday, August 13 2013
Gus Fring. The Cousins. Poor, poor Gale. As the stakes increase, so do the perils (and number of flies), and Walt soon realizes that he's under the command one of the most terrifying villains in television history.
Monday, August 12 2013
After a first season compromised by a Writers Guild strike, Breaking Bad's first "full" season goes deeper, darker, and through a burned pink teddy bear, indicates that something truly horrific is on the horizon.
Sunday, August 11 2013
People ask Bryan Cranston where the "rise" of sinister alter-ego Heisenberg comes from. He says from the first episode, when he tried to be someone else. Yet the dark truths of his journey downhill reveal so much more.
Breaking Bad starts in the way that any truly great show should start: with a pair of pants falling from the sky ...
Tuesday, July 16 2013
Anticipating the conclusion of Breaking Bad, AMC is building up anticipation in NYC with several events, including a free screening of all previous seasons at Lincoln Center, and by releasing on long-awaiting show themed merchandise.
Friday, January 20 2012
Red Tails is enjoyable enough and, like other George Lucas films, more throwback pulp than somber drama.
Tuesday, September 20 2011
Va-va-va-vroooom: Cannes Best Director winner Nicolas Winding Refn talks Drive with PopMatters.