We're Broken Badly-AMCSeason 5, Episode 8 One of the attributes that made yesterday's mid-season finale so fantastic was the character depiction of Walter White himself. Right from the opening seconds, it's evident Mike's death has shockingly effected Walt in a tremendous way. He's bad, oh he's bad. As soon as Landry (kudos to Jesse Plemon's for somehow…See More
We're Broken Badly-AMCSeason 5, Episode 6 "Buyout" (Quick Review)Buyout starts with a jaw-droppingly beautiful teaser. The score worked in the best possible way and the breakdowns were great took look at. Touching quietness that could be found in season 1 or 3. Funny ending with Jesse knocking out small-talking Todd. Says a lot about both characters. One can…See More
We're Broken Badly-AMCSeason 5, Episode 5 "Dead Freight"Over the course of Breaking Bad if anything has become beautifully obvious it's that its' creator, Vince Gilligan- is that he's a pretty huge Tarantino fan. In any classic Tarantino fashion the core narrative is mixed and muddled but by the end of the feature all the pieces come together. After Sunday…See More
We're Broken Badly-AMCSeason 5, Episode 4 "Fifty-One"I noticed the teaser for this particular episode of Breaking Bad ignited a great degree of feedback from fans. East coast viewers on Twitter blew up, throwing claims and accusations faster than Mike can hornet-spray a security cam. The funniest I saw coming from podcaster, Tim (@yourpaltim)- "Is this Breaking…See More
We're Broken Badly-AMCSeason 5, Episode 3 "Hazard Play"One of the greatest things Breaking Bad pulls off are the reveals. Fring has everyone's blood type and medical history, Walt poisoned Andrea's son, and after Sunday's episode Mike is the coolest fake paralegal in the world. We open up with Mike's character in his continued expansion talking with Dennis, the…See More
Cenephile, comic lover. Born in Atlanta and I love it there. Spill is unbelievably kickass. I love podcasts and tech stuff as well and. I write screenplays and one day I hope to be a filmmaker.
All Time Favorite Movies:
The Bourne series Spider-man 1, 2 The Matrix Star Wars episode IV Ratatoullie Transformers Lord of the Rings Final Fantasy Advent Children Shrek 2 Pirates of the Caribbean Napoleon Dynamite 2001 Planet of the Apes The Godfather, Part I and II Terminator Finding Nemo Raiders of the Lost Ark Iron Giant The Apartment Toy Story 1 and 2 Kill Bill Jaws King Kong Cloverfield Iron Man Ocean's 11 Schindler's List Batman Begins The Last of the Mohicans Pinocchio Forest Gump Blade Runner Saving Private Ryan Kung Fu Panda Apocalypse Now The Dark Knight Alien, Aliens Key Largo Treasure of Sierra Madre The Shining Die Hard Casino Royale Superbad Cat on a hot tin roof Star Trek Million Dollar Baby On the Waterfront Citizen Kane Inception Once Slumdog Millionare Seven Rango Samurai Up Ben-Hur Titanic Temple Grandin Back to the Future The Social Network The Breakfast Club Fargo Midnight in Paris Black Swan Jackie Brown Beauty and the Beast Office Space The Emperor's New Groove
All Time Worst Movies:
Cat in the Hat Catwoman Super Mario Bros. Epic Movie Free Willy Freddy got fingered Batman and Robin The Mummy 3 Repo the genetic opera
Favorite Actors or Actresses:
Hugo Weaving Tom Hanks Laurence Fishburne Will Smith Reese Witherspoon Dustin Hoffman Jack Nicholson Jack Black Sigourney Weaver Heath Ledger Seth Rogen Steve Carell Brad Pitt Humphrey Bogart Kristina Hendricks Joseph Gordon levitt Zach Braff Michael Shannon Natalie Portman Jessica Chastain William H. Macy
Ellen Page Chuck Norris Johnny Deep Julia Stiles James Franco Steve Burton Jason Bateman Jon Hamm Robert Downey Tommy Lee Jones Morgan Freeman Forrest Tom Cruise Jane Lynch Whitaker Clint Eastwood Sam L Jackson John Travolta Dakota Fanning James Macavoy Al Pacino Patrick Dempsey Naomi Watts Marlon Brando Natan Fillion Gene Hackman Bryan Cranston Leonardo Di Caprio Neil Patrick Harris Christian Bale Michael C Hall Johnathan Banks William H. Macy
George Lucas The Wachowski Brothers Tim Burton Peter Jackson Francis Ford Ridley Scott Steven Spielberg Paul Greengrass Clint Eastwood Danny Boyle James Cameron Orson Welles Jason Reitman Edgar Wright David Fincher Vince Gilligan Darren Aronofsky Steven Soderbergh
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I just wanted to let you know that my 18th birthday was awesome. I got Home Alone 2 Lost in New York, The Perks of Being a Wallflower, Wreck It Ralph all on DVD, a webcam, a smart cellphone for future Call-In Shows, some clothes, $188 and an Oscar.
I also went to see Oz The Great And Powerful and I thought it was an excellent and jubilant prequel to The Wizard of Oz that's filled with a lot of fun, charm, drama and heart. I give Oz The Great And Powerful 5 out of 5 stars and I hope you enjoy Oz The Great And Powerful.