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House of Cards S4 – Review

Bouncing back after a lethargic and introspective third season, House of Cards – the very definition of a guilty pleasure – continues to comb the dark recesses of vice hidden beyond the surface of Washington, D.C., embodied by the show’s … Continue reading

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Sam Flynn’s Summer 7 – Preview

Here are the 7  (and a couple others) you should absolutely give your time to this summer at the cinema and on the home screen of your increasingly varied platform of choice: HONORABLE MENTIONS:  Sense8 on Netflix – June 5, … Continue reading

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Netflix’s Bloodline: Season 1 Review

With Damages, series creators Todd A. Kessler, Glenn Kessler, and Daniel Zelman took the term “legal show” and cranked it up to 11. With Bloodline, they’ve done it again, taking the “family drama” and making the morality about as dark and … Continue reading

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Netflix’s Daredevil: Season 1 Review

I’ll start with this: I enjoyed Daredevil. But like its hero, it is flawed in profound ways. It’s hard to say what keeps it from being a great show: the flat-attempts at comic relief, the ambiguous and redundant plot, or … Continue reading

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