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Apr 14
78

I’m not sure which part was more heartbreaking, Kim worrying about Saul and the relief she felt after he called her, Kim seeing the coffee cup with the bullet hole, or Kim almost breaking down and giving Saul that look after Lalo left. Read more

Apr 13
11

Favorite expressions on the episode: Hector looking miserable as they put a party hat on him, and as always, the warmth fading rapidly from Gus Fring’s face.

Apr 13
1

As someone born and raised in SF, I’m here to tell you, in inexhaustible and definitive fashion, that you are 100% wrong.

Apr 13
2

And he’d have got away with it if it wasn’t for that pesky meddlin’ Jeff Goldblum...

Apr 13
21

Clearly the “ghosts” are just the machinations of an old man trying to scare people off the property so he can get to the silver. Fortunately this can be fixed by hiring four meddling teenagers and their talking dog.

Apr 12
1

On this point, Scorsese utterly kills me. There is an incredible generation of actors coming up, and he’s hitched his wagon to DiCaprio, who is an utterly basic actor, who now that he’s got his precious Oscar, is content to phone in roles when he’s not bedding super models.

Apr 12
3

And the thing is, I don’t care what kind of an artist you are, a big budget *changes* your film. It’s pervasive. The camera work less dynamic because, hey this is an expensive shot, might as well film it slow and steady. The editing messier, because there’s more coverage, and when you have the footage, the tendency is Read more

Apr 12
4

My reaction exactly.  I know this story and I was shocked he budgeted it out at 200 million.  This isn’t Stalingrad, it’s a procedural set in 1920s rural America.  Just drive anywhere for a couple of hours, and you’ll find areas suitable.  Factoring in salaries for A-listers, and this should really be more like a 50 Read more

Apr 12
2

Why $200 million his classic movies didn't cost that much even adjusted for inflation.

Apr 12
1

Rare company, liking Fallen Kingdom better than Jurassic World. The little clone girl I think was a deal-breaker for many. But I did like the auction (and its implications) as well as the part where the house basically becomes a horror movie. These JP sequels have had kernels of good ideas in them.