|US Release Date||09/01/1985|
Season 3 has come to an end. Finally.
Oscar Isaac gives a special, grounded performance in the Coen Brothers' magical folk singing New York City in 'Inside Llewyn Davis'
Jennifer Lawrence charms in a 'Hunger Games: Catching Fire' adaptation that tops the first with fun, emotion, and its dreamlike demeanor.
We have to accept that Andy Kaufman is dead, but is still a strong part of the comic spirit.
Consider it writer/director Richard Curtis' answer to 'August: Osage County'.
The battle lines between the workers and the ruling classes.
Or Schmidt's existential crisis, for that matter.
The man had a harrowing experience, but he may have incurred it.
The parks department sees double in this episode full of fantastic guest stars.
The third movie in Vin Diesel's Richard Riddick franchise has some problems in its depiction of gender and sexual orientation.
|Albert Gordon||Associate Producer||n/a||171||3000003|
From classic movie palaces to the state-of-the-art IMAX screens.