Tagged: John Gallagher Jr.

Movie Review: ‘The Belko Experiment’

Hiko Mitsuzuka reviews the workplace horror-satire "The Belko Experiment" and discovers a grisly good time.

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Oscars Outrage: The Biggest Snubs of the 2014 Academy Awards

While the Academy Awards are the place to celebrate the biggest talent in the film industry, sometimes they overlook the best of the best. Who did they leave out this year?

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Review: ‘Short Term 12’

'Short Term 12' is a deeply affecting, undeniably authentic depiction of a segment of today's youth that is sadly underrepresented onscreen.

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Interview: Cast of ‘Short Term 12’

The young and brilliant cast of 'Short Term 12' talk to Brad Liberti about their deeply-affecting new film.

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The Newsroom: The Blackout, Part II: Mock Debate

Of all the bizarre scenes in The Newsroom this season, the opening scene to “The Blackout: Part 2,” may be the strangest. Mac (Emily Mortimer) decides that a power outage is the best time to save the show from reporting on Casey Anthony and do a show on the street. This will reunite the team she says is fractured by the new policy of catering to the ratings.

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The Newsroom: 5/1

This week’s episode of The Newsroom, “5/1”, starts promisingly with Charlie (Sam Waterston) on the phone with an unnamed source. The purpose of this call is to help said source’s credibility, and he promises that Charlie will get an email from the White House just after 9 p.m. “telling him to get to work.

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The Newsroom: The 112th Congress

Sam Waterston

Fans of The West Wing will remember how many episodes of that show had non-linear plots. Aaron Sorkin doesn’t simply write every episode from start to finish; he jumps back and forth to make the jigsaw puzzle more satisfying when the viewer puts it together. Or so he hopes.

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‘The Newsroom’ Premiere: We Just Decided To

Aaron Sorkin's latest TV show The Newsroom debuts on HBO. Is it any good? Thomas Boorstein has the recap.

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