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Aaron Paul Hosting A "Breaking Bad" Scavenger Hunt For The Emmys. No Meth Involved


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Pay attention now, because Aaron Paul is doing a cool thing! In honor of Breaking Bad’s LAST EVER YEAR AT THE EMMYS (try not to cry, alright?) the actor is doing a scavenger hunt “all over the Hollywood area.” He announced the thing via Instagram, promising to hide various pieces of Breaking Bad memorabilia around town. And the goodies are definitely a cool prize for anyone who lives in LA and has a couple of hours free on Monday.

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Let's just all agree that Aaron Paul is one cool dude, ok?

“In honor of the Emmys and the final time Breaking Bad will be up for anything at the Emmys I will be holding a scavenger hunt around LA on Monday for all of you Breaking Bad fans,” he wrote. “There will be signed Breaking Bad scripts, posters, dolls, action figures and some really cool Breaking Bad art hidden all over the Hollywood area.”

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'A Long Way Down': Aaron And Imogen, Together Again


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Having just starred together in the muscle-car thriller Need for Speed, Aaron Paul and Imogen Poots team up again this week for A Long Way Down, adapted from the Nick Hornby novel. And while both films have been slated by the critics, the actors clearly enjoyed working on them. 

A Long Way DownPierce Brosnan [L], Imogen Poots [center] and Toni Collette [R] in 'A Long Way Down'

Both have spoken at length about how much fun it was to learn stunt driving skills for Need for Speed, and A Long Way Down presented another challenge: dealing with a darkly serious subject matter without getting too heavy about it. 

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Please, Don't Make A 'Game Of Thrones' Movie. Just Don't Do It.


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TV is currently enjoying the most purple of purple patches. Since shows like The Sopranos and The Wire paved the way for intricately written, complex characters in worlds that aren’t manufactured inside a warehouse in West Hollywood, a new generation of small-screen stories are being told, with HBO at the forefront. 

Game of ThronesCharles Dance starring in Game of Thrones as Tywin Lannister in the show's third season

Most recently, True Detective, Boardwalk Empire and Game of Thrones have kept viewers hooked and column inches swelling with imaginative, deep plotlines, expertly written and consummately delivered. AMC have joined the party, too, giving us the most talked about show in Breaking Bad, the most imitated show in Mad Men and the most watched show in The Walking Dead. This really is a purple patch for television. 

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'Need For Speed' Is Rubbish And It Didn't Make Any Money


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Did anyone else see this coming? A videogame racer featuring no characters – just cars – molded into a movie turns out to be rubbish. That headline’s too long though, so we had to explain it in this first bit. What’s more, Need for Speed didn’t even manage to beat out Mr. Peabody and Sherman or 300: Rise of An Empire at the box office, both of which have already been for a week.

Need for Speed Promo ImageIt's been a bad domestic start for NFS - hopefully it can rake it in internationally

This news will come as a major blow to Buena Vista, who will have undoubtedly hoped the star draw of Aaron Paul – who was on everyone’s lips at the end of last year for his brilliant role as Jesse Pinkman in Breaking Bad – would be enough to garner sufficient hype and make Need For Speed a financial juggernaut if nothing else.

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On Debut Weekend, Dreamworks' "Need For Speed" Is Looking Like A Flop


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The box office this weekend is finally seeing some movement. The Aaron Paul flick made good profits on its Friday release, but Mr. Peabody and Sherman is looking like the weekend chart topper. On Friday, Need for Speed made a promising start with $6.6 in early profits. Its weekend projections, however are less optimistic. While Dreamworks and its partner Disney were hoping for around $25 million in weekend profits, the film is headed straight for the $18 to $19 million range, THR reports.

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Aaron Paul is trying to expand his Breaking Bad fame with Need For Speed.

The studio is still hoping for the flick, which cost $66million to make, to show some franchise potential, mostly from its overseas earnings. Need for Speed is expected to see a weekend rush in international markets, including China. In North America, it earned a B+ CinemaScore. However, reviewers were no less than brutal. The Fast & Furious-style action flick currently holds a 24% “rotten” rating on the review aggregator.

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The Rise And Rise Of Aaron Paul


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With the release of his new movie ‘Need for Speed’, ‘Breaking Bad’ actor Aaron Paul is looking to move from small screen accolades to big screen stardom. Will the actor sucessfully make the transition? Well so far things have been pretty good for the former movie usher.

Aaron Paul is currently starring in 'Need for Speed'Aaron Paul is currently starring in 'Need for Speed'

34 year old Idaho native, Aaron Paul, wasted no time in starting out on his road to fame. Straight after graduating High School, the actor drove to Los Angeles to seek out acting roles and eventually landed a job on the wrong side of the screen, as a movie theatre usher. A few bit parts in movies came, he starred alongside James Franco in forgotten teen movie, ‘Whatever it Takes’ in 2000, appeared as the son of Jeff Bridges in ‘K-Pax’ and also lent his voice to the animated underwater tale ‘Help Im a Fish’. But if you’re looking for Paul’s most memorable early career moment, then you might want to look up the January 3rd 2000 episode of TV game show ‘The Price is Right’. A very, very enthusiastic pre fame Aaron appeared as a contestant and walked away with a desk as his prize. The clip is of course now on Youtube.

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A Week In Movies: Films Premiere In Hollywood, Texas And Mexico, Captain America Gathers Buzz, Sin City 2 Delivers A Trailer And Rumours Swirl About Episode Vii Casting


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Muppets Most Wanted's world premiere

Two new films held their premieres in Hollywood this week. Muppets Most Wanted's world premiere was attended by stars Tina Fey, Ricky Gervais, Ty Burrell, Kermit and Miss Piggy. Meanwhile, Aaron Paul, Dominic Cooper and Imogen Poots walked the red carpet for Need for Speed, which also hits cinemas this weekend. Take a look at photos from the colorful if not slightly odd 'Muppets Most Wanted' Premiere. Or the marginally more grown up premiere for 'Need for Speed' and you can read the 'Need for Speed' Movie Review here.

Following its world premiere at the South by South West Festival, Veronica Mars also held red carpet premieres in Hollywood and New York with Kristen Bell and the cast. You can see the 'Veronica Mars' cast have their selfie game on point at SXSW for the premiere. Or you can read our 'Veronica Mars' Movie review here. And in Mexico City, Darren Aronofsky turned up with cast members Jennifer Connelly, Logan Lerman and Douglas Booth for the world premiere of his new film Noah, which also released a new extended trailer ahead of its release in two weeks. Here the detail on the 'Noah' movie making first waves in mexico despite religious controversy. And here's that 'Noah' extended trailer.

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Aaron Paul's "Need For Speed" Matches His Need For Change


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Aaron Paul is giving the TV-to-film transition his best goal and, with Breaking Bad and Need for Speed on his reel, he has an actual shot. In the wake of Need for Speed, his most recent release (7.4/10 on IMDB, 22% on Rotten Tomatoes), as well as Breaking Bad, Paul is enjoying the kind of freedom in his career that only a major award could grant.

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After making meth for five seasons, Paul now has a need for speed.

"When I came out here 17 years ago, I had $5,000 to my name and this crazy dream of being in movies," says out-of-towner Paul, 34, for USA Today "Suddenly, I actually get to be picky with scripts. The doors have kind of been blown open."

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Not Another Car Film: How Aaron Paul Was Won Over By "Need For Speed"


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On first glance, Dreamworks’ upcoming big-screen adaptation of the Need for Speed video game seems like quite a big leap of faith. Movies, based on video games have tended to be hit-and-miss in the past, with the “miss category” boasting far more entries and Need for Speed in particular doesn’t have the kind of story that would typically pull the film out of the pit of mediocrity. The best thing that Need for Speed has going for it, is its cast. At the beginning, even that was uncertain, with Aaron Paul and Ramon Rodriguez hesitant to take on the project at all.

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Aaron Paul was initially reluctant to take on the project at all.

"I didn't even want to read the script," Paul told The Hollywood Reporter ahead of Tuesday night's Cinema Society-hosted screening of the film. "I saw the script and I was like, 'Oh, no, another video-game movie'…So, it took everything in me to turn the first page. And once I turned the first page, I kept turning. I was so surprised that it had a great human story behind it and great characters that I found myself instantly invested in."

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Dominic Cooper and Aaron Paul - Film Premiere of Need for Speed - Los Angeles, California, United States - Friday 7th March 2014

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Jessica Lowndes Aaron Paul - Premiere of DreamWorks Pictures' 'Need For Speed' at TCL Chinese Theatre - Red Carpet Arrivals - Los Angeles, California, United States - Thursday 6th March 2014

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Aaron Paul - Breaking Bad actor Aaron Paul pictured in Central London signing for fans - London, United Kingdom - Thursday 27th February 2014

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Aaron Paul - 64th Berlin International Film Festival (Berlinale) - 'A Long Way Down' - Premiere - Berlin, Germany - Monday 10th February 2014

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Aaron Paul - 64th Berlin International Film Festival (Berlinale) - 'A Long Way Down' - Photocall - London, United Kingdom - Monday 10th February 2014

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POLL: Are You Happy With The Star Wars Casting Rumors? Zac Efron?


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With the sheer size of the Star Wars franchise, Episode VII was always going to be a big deal. J.J Abrams took on a daunting task when he agreed to helm the reboot following Disney’s acquisition of LucasFilms, but have the casting rumors got you excited?

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The latest of those rumours concerns a certain former Disney employee, who has attempted to shake off his teen heartthrob reputation by doing, actually, very little at all. He stoked the fire when he confirmed a meeting with Disney and J.J took place.

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Aaron Paul - DirecTV's 8th Annual Celebrity Beach Bowl held at Pier 40 - Arrivals - Manhattan, New York, United States - Saturday 1st February 2014

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Zachary Levy, Shay Mitchell and Aaron Paul - DirecTV's 8th Annual Celebrity Beach Bowl held at Pier 40 - Arrivals - New York City, New York, United States - Sunday 2nd February 2014

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Aaron Paul - DirecTV's 8th Annual Celebrity Beach Bowl held at Pier 40 - Arrivals - New York City, New York, United States - Saturday 1st February 2014

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Aaron Paul and Lauren Parsekian. - Time Warner Cable presents the FOX Sports 1 Thursday Night Super Bash at Time Warner Cable Studios - New York, New York, United States - Thursday 30th January 2014

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Aaron Paul and Lauren Parsekian.
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Aaron Paul and Lauren Parsekian.

Aaron Paul - Celebrities leave 1 OAK nightclub after attending Jay Z's pre-Grammy party - Los Angeles, California, United States - Saturday 25th January 2014

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Breaking Bad Goes Out In Style With Golden Globe Wins


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Breaking Bad departed last year, leaving a slew of wanting fans in its wake. Hailed as one of the best TV shows of its generation, AMC’s meth drama continued the rise of the boxset craze, making stars out of the likes of Aaron Paul.

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But as TV fans look for alternatives – HBO’s True Detective looks to be an apt one – Breaking Bad still hits the news, picking up the Best TV Drama at the Golden Globes, its first Globe despite numerous nominations.

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'Breaking Bad' Contest Winner Charged With Drug Possession


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Breaking (Bad) News: a Floridian man who won a contest to watch the final episode of the drama Breaking Bad has been charged with drug possession, according to BBC News.

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A 'Breaking Bad' Fan Has Been Arrested On Drugs Charges.

Ryan Lee Carroll has been arrested possessing a synthetic narcotic and a controlled substance without a prescription, though police would not specify whether the drug central to the crime drama, methamphetamine, was one of the substances discovered.

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'Breaking Bad' Creator Vince Gilligan Gives His Version Of What Life Might Be Like For Jesse Pinkman After The Finale


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Breaking Bad creator Vince Gilligan isn't a robot, and he, like us, is just as likely to fret and wonder about the lives of the characters he created for the smash-hit AMC series after the final credits rolled. Can Skyler ever move on? Does Walter Jr. ever come to terms with what his dad has done? Does Saul make a clean break? He's played with all the ideas, but none more so than what might happen to the loveable rogue Jesse Pinkman.

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Jesse (Aaron Paul) and Walt (Bryan Cranston) met different ends when the series finished

Pinkman's (Aaron Paul) exit from the show was much more triumphant than Walter White's (Bryan Cranston), but did life get any easier for him after racing away from his meth-lab prison? We've all thought about it and so has Gilligan. In the latest issue of GQ magazine, the show's creator hoped that Jesse would make a clean break, but admitted that in all actuality, he was more likely to meet a tragic end than a happy one.

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David Blaine Stuns Kanye, Cranston And Aaron Paul With Ice Pick Trick [Video]


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Illusionist David Blaine has been buried alive, frozen, stranded on a 100ft plinth for 35 days and starved in a Plexiglas case for a month-and-a-half, but his greatest trick may well have been sneaking Michael Jackson into Parliament...had he not been caught.

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The illusionist, whose ABC special, David Blaine: Real or Magic, premiered on Tuesday, November 19, told HuffPost Live host Ricky Camilleri that sneaking into the building with the late King of Pop tops his craziest experiences.

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Bryan Cranston & Aaron Paul Could Both Appear In 'Breaking Bad' Spin-Off


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Breaking Bad is over. This is a sad fact that many of us have finally been able to get over since the near-perfect finale was aired earlier this month. But as we already know, show creator Vince Gilligan is already working on a spin-off series centred on everyone's favourite crooked lawyer Saul Goodman. In a recent interview, Gilligan had even more good news to share; that the show may feature Breaking Bad's main stars Bryan Cranston and Aaron Paul.

Speaking with The Hollywood Reporter, Gilligan revealed that the show is still in it's infancy, with the plot for the show still being determined. But the crew behind the spin-off series are making leaps towards bringing the show into fruition and Gilligan admitted that the writers are beginning to put together a show that will be much lighter than Breaking Bad, but will still contain a number of dramatic elements, as the team behind the spin-off attempt to find the safe medium between comedy and drama for the show.

"We're both one-hour drama guys," Gilligan said of himself and series co-creator Peter Gould, who created Bob Odenkirk's character during the second season of BB. "So we figured, 'Why not shoot Saul in the same way?' Let's shoot it in Albuquerque, let's get as much of the crew back together as possible, and let's do it the way we did it before so that it will be of a piece with that pre-existing fictional universe that we had so much fun creating."

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Breaking Bad, Miley Cyrus & Duck Dynasty Most Searched Halloween Costumes Of 2013


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In a year where television dramas have kept getting better and better, and viral videos are the fastest way of getting seen by millions, there's little wonder that Breaking Bad, Miley Cyrus, Game of Thrones' Daenerys and Duck Dynasty are some of the most searched-for outfits of 2013.

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Planning On Twerking For Treats?

Halloween has grown from a modest family holiday into a massive, heavily marketed, money-making medley for many companies and being seen wearing a clever or cutting edge costume is top priority for the millions who are planning to attend a party. Though rooted in the tradition of witches, werewolves and demons, Halloween costumes don't even necessarily have to be scary any more, meaning any pop star or TV character can be impersonated to impress friends and notch up 'likes' on Facebook photo albums.

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After 'Breaking Bad', What's In Store For The Show's Stars?


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We've seen the finale and mourned the loss of one of the most popular series of our time; we have Better Call Saul to look forward to but what is in store for Breaking Bad's stars?

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Bryan Cranston at the 65th Primetime Emmy Awards.

Aaron Paul joked that he is desperate for employment, a day after the finale of Breaking Bad aired. The 34-year-old actor was walking along Sunset Strip in Los Angeles when he was caught by one of TMZ's reporters. When asked by the photographer if he was relieved that the show was over, in order to remove the pressure of being constantly asked by fans for insider details, Paul said he wasn't relieved as he now has to hunt for a job. 

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Veterans And Newbies Collide As Tina Fey Hosts SNL And Welcomes New Cast Members


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Last night saw the season premiere of SNL and with Tina Fey hosting, Arcade Fire as the musical guest, six new castmembers and even a cameo from Breaking Bad star Aaron Paul, it couldn’t have been any better. Fey used her opening monologue to “initiate” the six new actors, in a bit, which left them stripped down to some golden lame underwear, much like what a college frat initiation, we’d imagine. Besides hosting, SNL veteran Fey also featured in several sketches, including spot-on send up of HBO's "Girls" where she played a new addition to the cast, an Albanian immigrant named Blerta, an obligatory bit of air travel humor with a sketch about boarding airplanes and a dark and sarcastic used-car commercial from the 1920s.

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Fresh off her delightful Emmy appearance, Fey returned to her old home at SNL.

Of course, Arcade Fire weren’t left out of the fun either. A brilliant bit, in which Fey attempted to tell the difference between AF and the new castmembers killed two birds with one stone – continuing the roast of the newbies and also making good use of the musical guests’ hidden acting talents. Of course, they also did that music thing they were there to do and performed three whole songs off their upcoming album Reflektor, due to be released next month.

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'Breaking Bad' Turns Albuquerque's Most Unlikely Destinations Into Tourist Hot Spots


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Breaking Bad comes to an end after five gloriously gripping seasons this Sunday (29 Sept.), when fans of the show will finally say goodbye to Walter White, Jesse Pinkman and the crystal blue colouring of Albuquerque's criminal underworld. But although the series will soon come to an end, it's legacy will be sticking around for much, much longer, especially in the city of Albuquerque itself, where an influx of tourism prompted by the show has turned some banal locations into the unlikeliest of tourist hotspots.

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Stars Aaron Paul (L) and Bryan Cranston (R) have helped turn Albuquerque into an unlikely tourist hotspot

The Albuquerque Biological Park, Albuquerque Museum of Art and History, the Museum of Natural History and Science and the city's Old Town were once the notable tourist destinations for the New Mexico city, but now people are flocking to the Octopus car wash and Twisters, a burrito joint within the city. As initially reported by the BBC, these are locations that would otherwise slip into a banal backdrop of everyday life in Albuquerque, but today they are now celebrating their newfound heritage as the locations where Walter White (Bryan Cranston) slowly but surely went from sympathetic high school chemistry teacher, to murderous crystal meth kingpin.

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Aaron Paul Has Finished Making Meth, Now Has A 'Need For Speed' [Trailer + Pictures]


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When Aaron Paul’s name popped up in a Need for Speed casting meeting, it’s doubtful another name was even considered. The actor has carved out a huge fan base for himself, due solely to his Grammy Award-winning portrayal of Jesse Pinkman in AMC’s Breaking Bad.

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He’s as marketable as Breaking Bad is critically acclaimed, and the two aren’t mutually exclusive. But this project represents a risk for Paul; Need For Speed is a video game franchise being adapted for the cinema, and that doesn’t always mean guaranteed success, critically, anyway.

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Tobey Marshall is a highly skilled street racer who’s recently been released from a long sentence in prison after being framed for a crime he never committed by a scheming rich businessman. When he sets out on a revenge mission to take part in a race across country, his former friend and ex-partner betrays him and he is forced to escape the law once again.

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Penultimate Breaking Bad: The Calm Before The Storm


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It’s difficult to know exactly how to start this recap/review. As we reach the end of a show rightly categorized next The Wire and The Sopranos in terms of quality, a strange aura of serenity settles like the snow in New Hampshire.

Granite State encapsulated this with perfection.

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Emmys 2013 Round-Up: Clare Danes & Jeff Daniels Crowned King & Queen [Pictures]


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Last night's Emmy Awards rounded off one of the most addictive and successful years in television for quite some time. Whether you've hooked on Homeland, mad about Mad Men, devoted to Downton Abbey or hyped about House of Cards, the annual TV industry awards dished out some dazzlingly deserved gongs.

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Jeff Daniels' Unexpected Best Drama Actor Win Was One Of The Evening's Highlights.

How I Met Your Mother's Neil Patrick Harris acted as this year's compère and although his show wasn't nominated for the best 'Comedy Series,' Neil kept the jokes coming, making fun of how deceptively unpredictable some of this year's awards were.

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Breaking Bad: Ozymandian Dealt With Key Moments, Handing The Characters Dignity


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We’ve invested so much time and love into the characters of Breaking Bad, so when an episode like Ozymandian comes along, it’s important to deal with their separate demises with a considered touch. They’re family now!

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This was certainly the case with Hank. Starting the season out as a macho-man; the cracker of bad jokes; a rather sad character, but ending his run in the show as a true hero, despite people still rooting for the anti-hero. Hank represented a modicum of morality towards the end, and it was only fair to send him off with his head held high.

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Breaking Bad: Ozymandias - Where Does Walter White Go From Here?


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Redemption can be a subtle thing. We’ve seen a heavy-handed approach in Hollywood blockbusters and the procedural crime shows that litter networks everywhere. But AMC, for all the gripping, fervent manoeuvres Breaking Bad takes, has a real beauty of modern programming on its hands. It’s subtle, when it needs to be.

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Ozymandias wasn’t just ‘Shakespearian’ as many lazy reviewers have suggested – the same adjective is applied to every episode – no; it was more than Shakespearian. This is a modern tragedy, built upon the foundations of literature cemented in time by the seminal playwright, but deserved of its own legacy, as television screens and box sets slowly marginalise stages and box offices.

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Pure Jokes On Blue Paper - Jimmy Fallon's Perfectly Crafted 'Breaking Bad' Spoof


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If a pop culture trend exists, so does a Jimmy Fallon parody of it. Not that we’re complaining, the Late Night host does have a knack for parodies, which he proved once again with his latest – Joking Bad. As it turns out, even knock-knock jokes can be funny, if you frame them right.

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Much like Walt, Jimmy has just six more months left - at Late Night, that is.

“Jimmy, I’m afraid it’s bad news,” the segment starts. ”You only have six months.”

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Breaking Bad - Season's Crescendo Is A 'Battle' For Walter White, Says Cranston


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So you’ve come this far, either by the relentless pressure applied by your friend who wouldn’t stop telling you to watch it, or by finding yourself understandably hooked, somewhere towards the end of the first season. Breaking Bad season five has three episodes left, and after To’hajiilee, Walter White looks set for some tough decisions.

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“In these final four episodes, a great many chickens will come home to roost for Walt,” said the show’s creator, Vince Gilligan. To recap: Jesse and Hank dreamed up a ruse to lure Walter to his precious cash: a vital piece of evidence if Hank were to ‘bring him down’. Of course, the lingering threat of Tod and his uncle’s gang turning up was always in the back of our minds during the episode's tense finale.

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Sigourney Weaver Signs Up For Ridley Scott's Biblical Epic, 'Exodus'


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Sigourney Weaver is set to star in another Ridley Scott-directed movie, 34 years after she made her name in his 1979 sci-fi classic, Alien. The 63 year-old will appear in Scott's upcoming biblical epic Exodus in which she will play Tuya, mother of Ramses, reports THR.

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Sigourney Weaver Will Play The Mother Of Pharoah Ramses.

Weaver has just finished a stint on Broadway in the Tony-winning Vanya and Sonia and Masha and Spike and she has also signed up to the Mortal Instruments sequel, City of Ashes.

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Breaking Bad Season Five Episode 11: So, Who Are You Rooting For Now?


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There was a time when we could root for both Jesse Pinkman and Walter White in tandem; their loyalty to eachother despite threats of death against themselves and Walt’s family was touching. A relationship between generations, built within the confines of crime but standing strong; it was certainly one of the more engaging on-screen partnerships in recent years.

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But time and Walt’s actions – his pride – have driven the one-time partners apart. Breaking Bad, season five, episode 11: Confessions, saw Pinkman wake up. And we’re glad, too; Jesse is too important to the show to bow out quietly, even if his enthusiasm for a new life in Alaska made some of us hope he’d end up there, buy a modest house on a nice street – just big enough for a huge TV and a sofa bed – and perhaps get a dog; walk it early in the morning, breathing in that clear Alaska air.

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Breaking Bad's Aaron Paul Answers Reddit Questions: "It's A Dark Road To The Finale"


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Aaron Paul hit the jackpot with Breaking Bad. His character, Jesse Pinkman, often provides moments of much needed comic relief while the show takes dark routes. He participated in a ask me anything session on Reddit last night, and fans were waiting in the wings to ask their on-screen hero… anything.

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Breaking Bad returned on Sunday (Aug 11) and did so with a bang, getting straight to the cliff-hanger left at the end of the mid-season finale. In ‘Blood Money’, Aaron paints a sombre, disdainful Jesse, mistrusting of Walter – the man he put so much effort and trust into. With only seven episodes left, it’ll be fascinating to see where the various characters go, especially after Walt and Hank’s confrontation.

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Spoiler Alert? Here's Why A 'Breaking Bad' Movie Couldn't Possibly Work


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Breaking Bad began its final run on AMC this week, with fans already speculating as to the future of Walter White and Jesse Pinkman. They've lived with these cult hero characters for five seasons and, just like any other television series worth its salt, the ending is a big, big deal.

Remember the ending to The Sopranos? Fans are still trying to figure out what happened there - or what about the rather over-the-top finale of Lost?

Anyway, Aaron Paul - who plays Jesse on Breaking Bad - was hanging out with pals at The Sayers Club in Los Angeles last night when he was asked by TMZ.com if there was a chance the upcoming finale was simply a teaser for a real ending on the big-screen. Could it work?

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Addicted To "Breaking Bad"? This Exhibition Might Help


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A pair of thighty whities, a burnt teddy bear, a bag of blue crystals and a high school chemistry set – fans of Breaking Bad will recognize all these as benchmarks along the way of Walter White’s descent into crime, but they have one more thing in common – all these items will be featured in a Breaking Bad themed exhibition at New York’s Museum of the Moving Image.

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No word on whether Jesse and Walt's white RV will be featured.

The L.A. Times reports that the exhibition, entitled "From Mr. Chips to Scarface: Walter White's Transformation in 'Breaking Bad,'" will be on show until October 27th, approximately one month after the show’s final episode airs on AMC. So, a select few avid Breaking Bad fans will be able to get their fix (no pun intended) even after the show ends.

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'Breaking Bad' Welcomes The Beginning Of The End With Flashbacks And Face-Offs In 'Blood Money' [Recap]


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It’s the final curtain call for Breaking Bad’s Walter White, as showrunner Vince Gilligan and company let us know in a big way last night. A word of warning, this is a recap, chock-full of spoilers, so if you haven’t yet had a chance to see 'Blood Money,' you might want to skip this article. You have been warned.

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Cast your mind back to a man not yet corrupted...

After the last episode, which aired on AMC almost a year ago, everyone knew well and truly where they stood – Walt’s transformation into a vicious drug kingpin was complete, while his brother-in-law, D.E.A. agent Hank had just connected the dots and found out his secret identity. Can you say “showdown”?

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Breaking Bad Is Program Of The Year, The TCA Decide


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According to the Television Critics Association, Breaking Bad is the program of the year. But they’re not the only ones who think that; Walter White (Bryan Cranston) and Jesse Pinkman (Aaron Paul) have stunned critics and fans alike in the AMC show, which enters its final eight episodes on August 11th.

The award is selected by the 220 members of the critics' organization, and often recognizes the shows ignored by The Emmys. Breaking Bad has been a revelation since it debuted back in January 2008 on AMC.

It follows a chemistry teacher diagnosed with cancer (White) who teams up with an unruly ex-student (Pinkman) to manufacture and sell crystal meth with the specific view to leaving his family a large sum of money after his death.

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TCA Awards: 'Breaking Bad', 'Game Of Thrones' And 'The Americans' Win


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The Television Critics Association Awards (TCA Awards), held in Beverly Hills on Saturday (3rd August) night, saw Breaking Bad, Game of Thrones, Parks and Recreation and The Americans winning awards.

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Aaron Paul and Bryan Cranston, the stars of Breaking Bad, at the Film Society of Lincoln Center and AMC celebration of Breaking Bad.

Breaking Bad, the drama following a meth-dealing terminally-ill Chemistry teacher and starring Bryan Cranston and Aaron Paul, won the top award as 'Program of the Year'. Game of Thrones was awarded 'Best Drama' and 'Best Comedy' was a tie between The Big Bang Theory and Parks and Recreation. The Americans won 'Outstanding New Programme'. 

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Breaking Bad's Great, But Is The Science On The Money?


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You’ve all got that friend who spends every second of every day telling you to watch Breaking Bad. Well, you know what? They’re right, Breaking Bad is a great show, and it’s coming to an end soon, so you better get watching.

One of the AMC drama’s best aspects is the science; Walter White (Bryan Cranston) and Jesse Pinkman (Aaron Paul) use high-grade chemistry to create the most pure, potent product on the market. It just happens to be crystal meth, a growing problem in America, especially the further south you go.

The science in the show isn’t just used for drug manufacturing, Walt enlists his favourite friend to help him out with body disposal and contact explosives, when he finds the need to that is. But how realistic and re-creatable are these feats? Well, those spoilsports at Mythbusters are going to find out, as they dedicate an entire show to either ruining or vindicating the award-winning show.

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At The Kickoff Of Breaking Bad's Final Episodes, It Comes Down To Nature Versus Nurture [Pictures]


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Fans still have another eight episodes of Breaking Bad to keep them company on cold and lonely nights, but for stars Bryan Cranston and Aaron Paul, as well as the rest of the Breaking Bad team, the experience is all but over. Cranston is particularly sad to see it go, because for him, playing the teacher-turned-drug-lord Walter White was the experience of a lifetime.

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Cranston and Paul celebrated in style at the Breaking Bad premiere party earlier this week.

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Breaking Bad Premiere Party - One Massive Rager With A Cause


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Breaking Bad’s final season… now that deserves a toast. No, of course it’s not a good thing that one of the best examples of TV writing will be gone from everyone’s lives soon, but the team, who worked hard on each of BB’s six seasons, definitely deserves a toast. Which is exactly what they got at the Wednesday premiere of the final eight episodes. There was champagne and blue meth candy aplenty (the latter is an actual thing, not an inappropriate euphemism). Add to that the classy entrance that the cast made in Walt and Jesse’s iconic RV from the show, and you’ve got yourself a (slightly disturbing) Breaking Bad theme party.

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Champagne was the only intoxicant at the party.

The Hollywood Reporter describes the party, including the yellow smoke, coming out of Jesse’s (Aaron Paul) tailpipe as the RV pulled in front of the Kim Novak Theatre on the Sony Lot. If that’s not arriving in style… But the white RV, which has been privy to so many misdeeds throughout the course of the show, was actually used for good this time, as Bryan Cranston used it to raise over $400 000 for The National Center For Missing And Exploited Children, by giving donors the trip of a lifetime (no pun intended) to the Breaking Bad premiere. The stars also hinted at the conclusion of this season – nothing will be left unaddressed and the fans will be satisfied with the ending, that seemed to be the general opinion.

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The Emmy Awards 2013: Who's Deserving In The Outstanding Drama, Lead Actress & Actor Category?


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This year 'smart' dramas Homeland, Mad Men and Breaking Bad dominate the Primetime Emmy Award nominations yet again and even for fans of the TV shows, it will be hard to predict which of their favourite series will carry off the most gongs. The Hollywood Reporter's Stacey Wilson highlights just how highly contested this year's 'best drama' category is: "If you win this year, it's going to be a real feather," she said to ABC News. The nominees list for each category is decidedly hefty but we've identified the ones that are toughest to call.

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Bryan Cranston Voted Best Actor?

Having never won an 'outstanding drama' Emmy before, it looks like Breaking Bad could finally scoop the big gong this year having picked up five Primetime Emmy's before; 3 'best actors' for Bryan Cranston, 2 'best supporting actors' for Aaron Paul. With the first half of its final season currently airing, it looks like this could be the last chance for the show, as popular as ever, to scoop the night's biggest award. Downton Abbey, whilst having previously looked strong, has endured harsh reviews in its third season meaning it will be interesting to see whether this has had any impact on the voters.

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Primetime Emmy Award Nominations: Will Netflix Triumph With 'Arrested Development'?


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The Primetime Emmy Award nominations will be announced on Thursday (18th July). Speculation surrounding the awards is high, with Netflix's Arrested Development predicted to triumph. The awards will be announced by Kate Mara and Aaron Paul.

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Aaron Paul will announce the nominations on Thursday.

Game Of Thrones is also suspected as a strong contender in the category of Best Drama Series. Homeland who won a number of awards last year is predicted to flop owing to its disappointing second series.

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Breaking Bad Teaser – All Bad Things Must Come To An End


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Breaking Bad will finally come back to our screens on August 11th. We knew that; any fan of the show knew that, but this tantalizing new teaser poster – the first of its kind from AMC, for this show anyway – has really hit it home. Breaking Bad is coming back, on August 11th. Shall we say it again?

If you don’t know what Breaking Bad is about, then you probably shouldn’t be reading this article, as a) you’ve got loads of work to do, and b) SO MANY MASSIVE SPOILERS. The poster, which exhibits the show’s trademark green and smoky style, as well as their use of the periodic table for “Ba” in “Bad”. No explicit mention of the show, but true fans will know instantly, and non-believers will want to find out. "We're trying to enshrine these shows in a way that is meaningful, and really make sure (their final runs) are television events," says AMC chief Charlie Collier, who will be saying goodbye to Mad Men next year after seven seasons. "We think they will stand the test of time and never be forgotten."

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Emmy Awards: Homeland And Modern Family Take Home The Big Prizes


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The 64th Primetime Emmy Awards kicked off last night, and there were some surprises and with Homeland winning best drama. Modern Family also picked up best comedy, but everyone knew that would happen

Some expected Breaking Bad to sweep up, and others predicted that Mad Men would take the crown for an incredible fifth time. As it turned out, the terrorist drama/thriller Homeland took home the top prize. And the show's stars didn't miss out either, with Claire Danes and Damian Lewis both winning the best actress and best actor awards for their performances in the show. It was a great night for Showtime, as everyone (including us) expected the explosive end to season 4 of Breaking Bad to be a shoe-in for the big awards. Aaron Paul, who depicts Jesse Pinkman in AMC's meth drama did win best supporting actor, though.

In a more predictable turn, Modern Family scooped up the best comedy award. The ABC laugh-a-minute comedy, which hits screens again with a new series starting September 26th, picked up a further three prizes, with both supporting actor prizes and the writing award to make it four for the night. Whilst Jim Parsons was widely expected to win the best actor in a comedy award, his performances as Sheldon Cooper on Big Bang Theory being so popular, it wasn't to be, and Jon Cryer of Two And A Half Men was named winner. "Something has clearly gone terribly wrong," Cryer joked.


Getting Ready For The Primetime Emmys: Our Predictions!


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The 64th Annual Primetime Emmys kicks off this Sunday (September 23rd) and what better way to spend a Friday night than trying to predict who’ll walk home with the big prizes? None. There’s none, apart from maybe watching some of the shows nominated.

The headline this year will be Breaking Bad v Mad Men, and all things considered, it looks like Walter White v Gus will snatch it for Vince Gilligan’s meth-lord drama. Breaking Bad has been somewhat of a revelation since Mr White first approached Pinkman to propose a small time meth empire, but it’ll be fondly remembered in TV lover’s hearts as one of the greatest shows to ever grace a box-set. Contact Music predicts Breaking Bad to break Mad Men’s spell, halting the 50’s advertising magnate’s quest for a 5th Primetime Emmy.

Elsewhere in the drama category are; Boardwalk Empire, Downton Abbey, Game of Thrones and Homeland, and you can guarantee that HBO’s prohibition crime drama will clean up on any set design, make up and costume categories. Claire Danes should pick up Outstanding actress in a drama for her startling role in terrorist thriller Homeland, whilst we tip Bryan Cranston to make it a special evening for AMC by picking up his fourth Emmy award for the male award.

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Breaking Bad: Season One Review


Excellent
Walter White is 50 years old and burdened with fear, regret, and pain. And that's before he starts cooking crystal meth for extra cash.

You've never seen a television drama like Breaking Bad, cable network AMC's second foray into original drama (following the groundbreaking Mad Men). And while the pitch-black landscape of southwestern meth manufacturing will never have the glitzy appeal of Mad Men's 1960s Madison Avenue, Breaking Bad still demonstrates the promise of cable's new model. Aiming for a niche audience has taken all the riskiness out of "creative risks," and filmed entertainment is the richer for it.

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Choking Man Review


Very Good
In addition to directing pretty much every great music video of the 1980s, including Michael Jackson's "Billie Jean" and A-ha's "Take On Me," Irish director Steve Barron has racked up an electic list of credits from cult favorite Electric Dreams to Coneheads. Choking Man is a big departure from the music and sci-fi work he's best known for. A humble slice of immigrant blue-collar life in Queens, New York, the movie rises above the mundane with the inclusion of some gorgeous animated interludes and just a touch of Latin American-style magical realism.

Life isn't easy for Ecuadorian dishwasher Jorge (Octavio Gómez), who works at the Olympic diner under the management of a beneficent boss played by Mandy Patinkin. Jorge is painfully shy and almost mute in his loneliness. All he does is wash dishes and sleep, moving from work to hovel with his head hung low and his hat pulled down. His humdrum existence is shaken by the arrival of a vivacious new Chinese immigrant waitress named Amy (Eugenia Yuan) who couldn't be sweeter to him and tries to get him to come out of his shell. Getting in the way, however, is loudmouth cook Jerry (Aaron Paul), a real jerk who bullies and teases Jorge to the point of cruelty. At the same time, Jerry makes flirtatious moves on Amy, and Jorge, who is slowly developing a crush on her, is flummoxed even further. His attempts to give her small gifts he's picked up at the local thrift store are both pathetic and touching.

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Whatever It Takes Review


Very Good
I sat down to write this review with a gleeful sparkle in my eye, anticipating the bitter contempt I would quickly unleash on the entire cast and crew of Whatever It Takes, citing an array of blunders ranging from laughable dramatic moments to a disappointingly predictable adaptation of the already over-used plot movements of Cyrano de Bergerac. Then I remembered Porky's and had a change of heart.

Whatever It Takes is actually a solid pinning of the high school romantic comedy. There's nothing especially original about its plot or characters, but most of its target audience won't notice. Basically, what we have here is the standard boy-wants-girl-but-she's-out-of-his-league-so-his-friend-coaches-him-and-she's-gullible-enough-to-fall-for-it picture. The twist is that this is a two-way exchange. Ryan Woodman (Shane West) is a supposedly geeky high school senior lusting after popular girl Ashley Grant (Jodi Lyn O'Keefe -- She's All That). Chris Campbell (James Franco of Freaks and Geeks) is a dumb but popular jock looking to bed Maggie Carter (Marla Sokoloff), the smart-but-undervalued hottie who lives next door to Ryan. So the two begin a completely unsurprising story arc in which the two most prominent teenage girl stereotypes fall for every line in the book without ever suspecting a thing.

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K-Pax Review


OK

Quick, somebody give Kevin Spacey a bad guy role before he becomes as bland as Harrison Ford!

Just two years ago Spacey the Great was at the apex of his craft, unwrapping layers and layers of psychological subterfuge in "American Beauty" as a fettered suburban father having a volcanic eruption of a mid-life crisis. The man could project volumes of personality and complexity with the subtlest of glances and garner empathy even for his characters' ignominious acts.

But recently Spacey has stopped stretching as an actor, taking tepid, compassionate roles that come to rely on trademark tics he's developed. That curious puppy head tilt he once employed so deceptively in "The Usual Suspects" is one. His soft, lilting speech patterns that imply trustworthy gentleness is another.

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Whatever It Takes Review


Unbearable

Another lowest-common-denominator high school romance made from the cannibalized parts of equally unambitious teen fare, "Whatever It Takes" stakes its bottom-feeder comedy ground almost immediately with a student assembly scene in which the school nurse (Julia Sweeney in a career low) demonstrates condom application on a five-foot phallus.

And it's all downhill from there.

Ryan (Shane West from TV's "Once and Again") and Maggie (Marla Sokoloff, the secretary on "The Practice") are next door neighbors, best friends and lonely hearts. She's sweet and dead sexy but can't find a beau, apparently because her IQ is larger than her bra size. He's one of those handsome movie "geeks" (illustrated mostly by the fact that he plays the accordion), hopelessly stuck on arrogant, air-headed Ashley (Jodi Lyn O'Keefe), the Prettiest Vixen in School.

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