Monthly Archives: August 2014

Bryan Cranston’s Strategy

Yesterday, I came across a profile of Bryan Cranston in The New Yorker. And I thought this part was pretty cool, detailing the strategy he used to get the most out of seemingly thankless roles. As he was often the … Continue reading

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When the Same People Keep Winning Emmys

The Emmys are notorious for rewarding the same people over and over again. Yesterday might have been the most egregious example. Seven of the eight actors to win for their performances in dramas and comedies had won the same Emmys … Continue reading

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Possible Villains For The Amazing Spider-Man 3

I made the argument before that Spider-Man movies seem to work best with one main antagonist.┬áThe focus on Peter Parker’s private life just means that there’s less room to introduce more than one villain, which may partly explain why Spider-Man … Continue reading

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An Odd Midterms Scenario

There are a lot of unknowns with the midterm elections, most of which will be resolved shortly after everyone votes on November 5. We don’t currently know if Democrats can keep up their Get Out the Vote efforts without Obama … Continue reading

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On Robin Williams

Aladdin is the first movie I saw in theaters, and Robin Williams has been a constant presence for me on TV and movie screens since then. As a result, the news of his death was rather surprising, especially since it … Continue reading

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