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Why Sunday Night Television Is So Good
The beginning of the week is the best time of the week for heavy, quality drama thanks to economics, viewer psychology, and the "conversation cycle."
Added by on 10/13/14
The Genius of David Fincher, Explained
A curated showcase of short films selected by The Atlantic that show the genius of director David Fincher. It shows what his style is by what he chooses NOT to do when filming.
Added by on 10/13/14
'Alien' at 35: Sigourney Weaver reflects on Ridley Scott's masterpiece
Category: Cast & Crew
Tagged: Alien, Sigourney Weaver
Ridley Scott's landmark "Alien" arrived in theaters 35 years ago this year, introducing moviegoers to an actress named Sigourney Weaver. As Ellen Ripley, Weaver delivered a mesmerizing performance that catapulted her into the Hollywood spotlight and broke significant ground for women in genre.
Added by on 10/7/14
Nicolas Cage Slept in Dracula's Castle and More from Idris Elba
Beloved actor Idris Elba has been on the radar since breaking into American television on "The Wire." With his latest film "No Good Deed" out in theaters now, Elba stopped by Reddit for an "Ask Me Anything" session. Here are some highlights.
Added by on 9/26/14
When Friends Debuted 20 Years Ago, People Gave It a D+
Category: Production
Tagged: Friends: Season 1
Early reviews for one of the best-loved sitcoms of the '90s called the show's stars not just "sexy" and "urbane," but also "dysfunctional morons."
Added by on 9/22/14
30 Years of Coens: 'Blood Simple'
Category: Analysis
Tagged: Blood Simple
Three decades ago, on September 7, 1984, the Coen brothers' first feature film, Blood Simple, made its debut at the Toronto International Film Festival. Revisiting the lethal cunning of the filmmakers' debut
Added by on 9/8/14
Joan Rivers: 81 and Ageless
Category: Analysis
Tagged: Joan Rivers
The comedian, in her career and her life, refused to give up—and to give in.
Added by on 9/4/14
How "Empire Records" Became The Unlikely Film Of A Generation
Tagged: Empire Records
Engineered to be the teen-movie equivalent of the mid-'90s alt-rock zeitgeist, Empire Records flopped in the theaters, only to become a cult classic a generation later. For the first time, the people who made the movie talk about how it came together, why it bombed, and how it found its second life.
Added by on 9/2/14
The Best Answers From Sean Bean's Reddit AMA
Sean Bean starred in two of the biggest fantasy franchises of all time — as Ned Stark in Game of Thrones and Boromir in Lord of the Rings — so naturally, his (very long) Reddit AMA revolved around these roles.
Source: www.vulture.com
Added by on 8/19/14
'The Expendables 3' tanks at the box office: 5 things that went wrong
Category: Analysis
Tagged: The Expendables 3
"The Expendables 3" also trailed the series' previous two movies, which debuted with $34.8 million and $28.8 million, both good for the No. 1 spot. What happened this time around? Here are five factors that may have contributed to "The Expendables 3" botching its mission.
Source: www.latimes.com
Added by on 8/18/14
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