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The Legend of Korra: 'The Coronation' Review
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Category: Analysis
Tagged: The Legend Of Korra
We're now three episodes end and I think I can safely say that I still have no idea where this endgame is heading, but there's no doubt we'll see some sort of war break out before this is all done. This week's episode lacked the character depth last week's episode, but it still delivered on some compelling developments.
Added by on 10/18/14
Mind Over Movies Episode #4 - YouTube
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Video podcast all about movies.
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Added by on 10/18/14
Interview: Peter Sattler on Examining the Space Between in "Camp X-Ray"
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On working with Kristen Stewart, the commonality between captives and captors at Guantanamo Bay and the danger of getting what you want.
Added by on 10/17/14
Iggy Pop to Play Serial Killer in Dario Argento Movie | ShortList Magazine
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Tagged: Dario Argento
We've already got Jingle All The Way, Elf and Love Actually - but punk legend Iggy Pop believes that there's a movie missing from our Christmas list.

He's started an indiegogo project to fund a brand new film, set in Yuletide, directed by the legendary master of horror Dario Argento, in which he will play the lead role of the Sandman.
Added by on 10/16/14
When Directors Explain Their Unpopular Movies | ShortList Magazine
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Hindsight is a beautiful and soul-destroying thing. The ability to look back on something you did, which seemed like a good idea at the time, but has since been commonly viewed as a potentially irrevocable mis-step can be bittersweet.
Added by on 10/16/14
Game Of Thrones season five will use flashbacks for the first time | TotalFilm.com
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While Game Of Thrones showrunners David Benioff and Dan Weiss usually like to guard their pre-season secrets fairly closely, the pair have revealed one detail about the show’s fifth year: it will contain flashbacks. While Benioff and Weiss had previously made a point of avoiding the device, the latest season will see them break their own rule, as the show’s narrative begins to become ever more fragmented. "By making the first season, we set a rule," explained the duo. "No prophecies, dreams or flashbacks. We failed the first two and this season the third. So yes, this season will finally have flashbacks." Meanwhile, Entertainment Weekly goes on to reveal that the new season will kick off with one such flashback, although the report doesn’t go into details as to what it might entail. Feel free to speculate away in the comments. Game Of Thrones is currently shooting in Seville, with the new season set to air on HBO in the spring.
Added by on 10/16/14
23 movies currently being turned into TV shows | Den of Geek
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Tagged: Minority Report
You can blame the huge success of Fargo for this. Hollywood, even before that, had been moving more and more to exploiting movie properties on the small screen. But since Fargo married up critical acclaim to a good audience? All bets are off.
Added by on 10/16/14
PODCAST: Rewatching 1990's THE WITCHES
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The @Rewatchability Podcast celebrates the Halloween season with a discussion of the 1990 family movie/nightmare factory, THE WITCHES
Added by on 10/16/14
 Cast me now! Gillian Anderson keen for role in Ghostbusters 3 | Film | theguardian.com
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The X-Files star has expressed strong interest in joining Paul Feig's squad of female Ghostbusters, and invites fans to start a petition
Added by on 10/15/14
Actors Who Only Made Films For Contractual Reasons | ShortList Magazine
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During our day-to-day work life, we're often confronted with projects or tasks that we don't want to do. Not us though obviously as we love every single second of every single day of every single year working here. But for millions of others, work can often be a bitch.
Added by on 10/15/14
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