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    TV IS THE NEW CINEMA: Next Time, Larry David Should Play the Cop

    The new Larry David comedy "Clear History," a feature-length one-off that he wrote and stars in, settles into an amiable groove early on and is consistently enjoyable. Which is not to say that it breaks any new ground. It's firmly in the reliable comic sub-genre of the know-it-all who is his own wor...

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    'Breaking Bad' Premiere Review and Roundup: 'Blood Money' Kicks Off Fast-Paced Countdown to the End, Breaks Show Ratings Record

    With eight episodes left, "Blood Money," the final season premiere of AMC's "Breaking Bad," moves faster than entire seasons of this brilliant series. Some huge developments unfold along the way, including a scene fans have been waiting for since the first episode.

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    Review: 'Breaking Bad' Season Premiere Promises All Bad Things Must Come To An End

    Tonight "Breaking Bad" returned for the first of its final eight episodes which will bring the highly acclaimed series to its conclusion. Though the show has been on hiatus since last September, if you're like me, you've spent the last couple of weeks re-immersing yourself in the show, revisiting th...

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    'Breaking Bad' Sets Us on Walt's Road to Hell -- The Only Question is How He'll Get There

    Check out our recap of "Blood Money," the August 11th, 2013 mid-season premiere of "Breaking Bad."

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    Review: 'Clear History' Starring Larry David, Jon Hamm, Danny McBride, Kate Hudson, Michael Keaton & Eva Mendes

    There are few people who have refined to hilarious perfection the intersection of circumstance, happenstance and neuroses quite like Larry David. As a writer/producer on "Seinfeld" and writer/producer/star of "Curb Your Enthusiasm," he has created two extensive catalogs to a body of work where anxie...

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    'Low Winter Sun' Has the Grit and the Great Cast, But Is It Something You'll Actually Want to Watch?

    "Low Winter Sun" begins with a murder. It's the murder of a cop, by a cop -- or rather, two of them. Frank Agnew (Mark Strong) and Joe Geddes (Lennie James), a pair of Detroit detectives, have decided to kill their corrupt, drug- and booze-addicted colleague Brendan McCann (Michael McGrady).

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    'Clear History' Provides a Welcome Dose of Larry David, But Doesn't Feel Like Much of a Movie

    Larry David refuses to be tied down about when or even if he'll make more "Curb Your Enthusiasm," but until the day he decides to serve up another round of the critically adored HBO series, there's "Clear History," a new movie co-written by and starring the irascible comedian, set to premiere on the...

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    TV IS THE NEW CINEMA: Crime Pays (VIDEO)

    Look at almost anybody's list of TV's best and most durable recent dramas and, a large percentage of them, from "The Wire" to "Breaking Bad, are likely to be crime dramas. That means different things on different shows: "The Killing" plays by the rules of a procedural whodunit, while "Breaking Bad" ...

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    How BBC America's New Drama 'Broadchurch' Outdoes 'The Killing' In Its Portrayal of the Impact a Child's Murder Can Have on a Community

    Murder is the narrative engine that powers half the shows on television, in which killings are a routine and regularly solved aspect of procedural life. On everything from "Bones" to "Unforgettable," cops and the various types (psychics, doctors, cannibals, etc) with which they're often paired dutif...

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    Will 'Breaking Bad' Give Walter White the Ending He Deserves?

    Because the lifespan of a television series can be so uncertain, small screen endings tend to be tricky, elusive things. As reassuring as it can be to hear that a creator has a plan for one in mind, they also have to be held to the horizon, hopefully hinted at while kept in the distance, ready to be...

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