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    8 Films That Remind Us Of 'Mad Men': From 'The Man in the Grey Flannel Suit' to 'Inside Llewyn Davis'

    With the first half of the final season of AMC's "Mad Men" behind us, we decided to create a list of films that remind us of the acclaimed 60s period piece. Hopefully these films, which include "Valley of the Dolls," "Revolutionary Road" and "Inside Llewyn Davis," will hold us over until 2015.

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    Review: 'Mad Men' Takes One Small Step for Don, One Giant Leap for Women in Eventful Mid-Season Finale

    There’s a Kubrick/fake moon-landing theory in here somewhere, but I can’t find it.

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    Predicting the 'Mad Men' Midseason Finale: What Might Happen in 'Waterloo'?

    Matthew Weiner, creator of "Mad Men," always makes his decisions carefully and with meaning. This makes it important to consider the implications of naming the midseason finale after the historical battle of "Waterloo."

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    Watch: Matthew Weiner Tells Stephen Colbert He's Ending 'Mad Men' Because He's Scared of 70s Fashion

    Matthew Weiner, creator of AMC's "Mad Men," sat down with Stephen Colbert to discuss the upcoming conclusion of the much-beloved TV drama.

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    'Mad Men' Fans, Here's Burger Chef In the (Cow) Flesh

    Someone's tracked down where to get your burger on, "Mad Men"-style.

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    Review: 'Mad Men' Season 7 Changes 'The Strategy' in the Series' Most Romantic Episode Ever

    A surprising twist felt right at home in "The Strategy," and now we wait one more week to see if it pays off now or in 2015.

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    Review: 'Mad Men' Stirs the Pot with a Threesome and a Nipple in 'The Runaways,' But is Anything Actually Cooking?

    "Mad Men" went on quite a ride Sunday night, raising more questions than it could answer in an hour -- or in half a season?

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    Review: 'Mad Men' Turns to Stanley Kubrick's '2001' to Get Pat Messages Across in Episode 4, 'The Monolith'

    Computers are taking over the firm's creative space while Don's creativity is squashed in a surprisingly uneventful episode of "Mad Men."

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    Review: Why Even Philip Seymour Hoffman Can't Save John Slattery's Directorial Debut, 'God's Pocket'

    John Slattery, best known for his role as the debonair "Mad Men" star Roger Sterling, makes the shift from actor to director with his feature length debut.

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    Review: 'Field Trip' Shows Why Don and Roger's Relationship is the Key to 'Mad Men'

    Things come to a head between Don and Megan in the third episode of "Mad Men," "Field Trip," but its his relationship with Roger that's truly vital.

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