Monthly Archives: April 2015

TV Showcase #17: Girls #5: Hard Being Easy

The fifth episode of Girls, Hard Being Easy, was first broadcasted on May 13, 2012 with a script by Lena Dunham and directed by Jesse Peretz. Marnie visits Charlie’s apartment to beg his forgiveness, and eventually they reconcile; however, mid-coitus

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Marvelous May Remastered #7: Iron Man 3

After The Avengers blew everybody away, expectations were high across the board that the upward trend would continue into phase 2. So, did it, no and yes. Let’s begin with the movie that starts Phase Two, Iron Man 3: Iron Man

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TATM Classics #64: Haywire & The Heat

HAYWIRE ***** (2012) Beautiful freelance covert operative Mallory Kane (MMA fighter Gina Carano) is hired out by her handler to various global entities to perform jobs which governments can’t authorize and heads of state would rather not know about. After

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RNN: Netflix Picks Up Green Eggs & Ham Series Produced By Ellen DeGeneres

Source: Deadline Hollywood Netflix is taking on a Dr. Seuss classic for its biggest original children’s series bet to date, giving 13-episode order to Green Eggs and Ham from executive producers Jared Stern, Ellen DeGeneres, Jeff Kleeman, Mike Karz, David Dobkin and Warner Bros.

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My Take On… #143: Summer 2015 Movie Predictions

It’s that time of the year again, it’s time once again to predict the summer movie season’s box office results by looking at which movies are set to be the biggest hits and the biggest bombs and at the end

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Marvelous May Remastered #6: Marvel’s The Avengers

Five movies have built up to Marvel’s The Avengers, a movie that at the time of its’ release was a phenomenon. As of right now, it still remains the highest opening weekend maker of all time but of course, Age

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RNN: Seinfeld Reruns Heads To Hulu In Record Breaking Deal

Source: The Hollywood Reporter A show about nothing is coming to Hulu. The streaming service has acquired reruns of Seinfeld, the Wall Street Journal reports. A source told the Journal that Hulu paid approximately $700,000 per episode of the sitcom.

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