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Michael K. Williams

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    Nobody Quits 'The Wire': How TV's Greatest Drama Became a Family

    PaleyFest NY reunited the cast and crew of HBO's landmark reinvention of the cop procedural to unveil just why the show resonated with them then, and why it still resonates with audiences now.

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    Review: ‘Kill The Messenger’ Starring Jeremy Renner, Mary Elizabeth Winstead & Rosemarie DeWitt

    A vintage drama harkening back to a bygone era, “Kill The Messenger” is a thriller that’s ultimately a romantic lament to an era of journalism that no longer exists via one noble reporter that was hung out to dry for exposing a truth too hot for the establishment and media to handle. What happened t...

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    TIFF Review: Oren Moverman's 'Time Out Of Mind' Starring Richard Gere

    There's a heady question at the center of Oren Moverman's "Time Out Of Mind": what is it that makes us real, to truly exist to those around us? This is not an existential question, but an inquiry into the values we place on those we choose to observe. Is government issued documentation proof enough ...

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    'Boardwalk Empire': What to Know About Season 5 Episode 1, 'Golden Days for Boys and Girls'

    Here are the most important moments, lines of dialogue and drinks of the season premiere of your favorite Prohibition-era gangster drama.

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    Boardwalk Empire - Season 5 - Episode 1 Recap: “Golden Days For Boys & Girls”

    The world of 1931 is vastly different from 1924, when the roaring twenties were in full swing and fatcats like Nucky Thompson (Steve Buscemi) were getting rich off of prohibition. Cut to seven years later, and the party’s over. The Great Depression has decimated the country and the landscape has tot...

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