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Saturday, March 15, 2014

Video & Images From CAPTAIN AMERICA: THE WINTER SOLDIER Premiere

Here are images from last night's premiere of Marvel’s CAPTAIN AMERICA: THE WINTER SOLDIER at the El Capitan Theatre in Hollywood

After the cataclysmic events in New York with The Avengers, Marvel’s “Captain America: The Winter Soldier” finds Steve Rogers, aka Captain America, living quietly in Washington, D.C. and trying to adjust to the modern world. But when a S.H.I.E.L.D. colleague comes under attack, Steve becomes embroiled in a web of intrigue that threatens to put the world at risk. Joining forces with the Black Widow, Captain America struggles to expose the ever-widening conspiracy while fighting off professional assassins sent to silence him at every turn. When the full scope of the villainous plot is revealed, Captain America and the Black Widow enlist the help of a new ally, the Falcon. However, they soon find themselves up against an unexpected and formidable enemy—the Winter Soldier.



Based on the ever-popular Marvel comic book series, first published in 1941, Marvel’s “Captain America: The Winter Soldier” is produced by Kevin Feige, directed by Anthony and Joe Russo, from a screenplay by Christopher Markus & Stephen McFeely, and stars Chris Evans, Scarlett Johansson, Sebastian Stan, Anthony Mackie, Cobie Smulders, Frank Grillo, Emily VanCamp and Hayley Atwell, with Robert Redford as Alexander Pierce and Samuel L. Jackson as Nick Fury.

“Captain America: The Winter Soldier” is presented by Marvel Studios. The executive producers are Louis D’Esposito, Victoria Alonso, Michael Grillo, Alan Fine and Stan Lee.The film releases April 4, 2014, and is distributed by Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures.

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Hidden Movie Scene Secrets & More Random Film Facts

Hidden Movie Scene Secrets and More Random Film Facts.

Heath Ledger was so terrifying as the Joker that he made Michael Caine forget his lines in "Batman." A hidden engraving in "Indiana Jones and the Raiders of the Lost Ark" contains images of R2-D2 & C-3PO from "Star Wars." All of the animals in "The Matrix" were computer-generated..

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Veronica Mars Review. You Should Be Pleased With The Results

Veronica Mars Review
By: Brandon Wolfe


Before we begin talking about the ‘Veronica Mars’ movie, we must first take a step back to appreciate how insane it is that a ‘Veronica Mars’ movie exists at all and is playing in theaters nationwide. I realize that the explanation behind the movie’s existence is quite simple. The producers put it up on Kickstarter, the fans coughed up the money and here we are. But setting that aside, this has to be the unlikeliest movie made since probably ‘Serenity’ (though it isn’t less likely than ‘Serenity’, as I still can’t believe that movie was allowed to happen). ‘Veronica Mars’ the TV show, has been off the air since 2007 (it’s actually been gone longer than ‘The Sopranos’, if only by a few weeks). It was a show that couldn’t garner solid enough ratings stay afloat on The CW, a network that will keep renewing ‘Supernatural’ for a hundred more seasons if the same nine people keep watching it. More to the point, unlike many other cult shows, there has been nothing keeping ‘Veronica Mars’ alive over the years. There have been no comic books, no conventions, no novels and no video games. And apart from arguably Kristen Bell (and this is only if you take ‘Frozen’ into account), none of the actors have had any great success in the years since. Up until a year ago, the idea of a ‘Veronica Mars’ theatrical film being made seemed far less likely than being invaded by creatures from the planet Mars.


But, however improbably, ‘Veronica Mars’ the movie does exist. I’ve seen it and can vouch for its existence. And Marshmallows (the name fans of the show have taken to calling themselves, seemingly on purpose) should be pleased with the results because this is a movie custom-made to make them happy. Picking up nine years after the show’s impromptu finale, the film finds Veronica living in New York with a stable life taking shape. Having graduated law school, she is now interviewing with prestigious firms and has settled into a serious, comfortable relationship with her college boyfriend, the preposterously named Stosh “Piz” Piznarski. She has put the corrupt, class-war-zone beach town of Neptune behind her and has never looked back. This all changes when she learns a former classmate-turned-pop star has died via electrocution and the prime suspect is her ex-boyfriend, Logan Echolls, who was also Veronica’s tumultuous former flame once upon a time. Logan requests her help and she can’t help but say yes for old time’s sake.


Once back in Neptune, on a trip that conveniently coincides with her ten-year class reunion, Veronica reconnects with many people from her former life, offering fans the chance to see several familiar faces. Veronica’s father, Keith, still runs Mars Investigations and still has a jokey, yet exasperated relationship with his daughter. Old friends Wallace and Mac have done well for themselves, becoming a JV basketball coach and software engineer, respectively. Frenemy Dick Casablancas has not changed in any significant way, still a surfing, drinking lecher prone to Kato Kaelin-ing on Logan’s couch. Most surprisingly, Logan, always an apathetically wealthy powder keg, has cleaned up his act and joined the Air Force before trouble once again came calling for him. When Veronica is duped into attending the reunion that she had planned to avoid like the plague, she further catches up with virtually anyone you can think of from the show, and finds that even all these years later, Neptune High remains a cruel place.


Though intending at first to only consult a bit on Logan’s legal behalf, Veronica ends up getting sucked back into Neptune’s orbit, at the expense of her lucrative career-in-the-making and her life with Piz. She starts picking up threads to clear Logan’s name and before long, she’s dusted off the telephoto lens and the stun gun and it’s like nothing has changed.

One big plus of ‘Veronica Mars’ in movie form is that the case is very succinct. The series always had to stretch its mysteries out endlessly, over many episodes if not entire seasons. Much padding and delaying was used to make the mysteries last, often resulting in great tediousness. By simple virtue of being a movie, this case does not have the need to run in place. However, the movie’s mystery could have stood to draw itself out just a bit longer than it does. By the time the investigation really begins cooking, it’s immediately resolved and the movie is abruptly over. And the resolution seems a bit simpler and smaller than the scope that the movie had been hinting at.


One issue from the show that also registers in the movie is the way the supporting cast is used, which is to say they aren’t. The show never really knew what to do with Wallace and Mac from week to week and they haven’t cracked that nut here, either. Both basically put in extended cameos. Still, they come off better than Eli “Weevil” Navarro, who is barely in the movie and whose only function is to provide a set-up for a sequel that more than likely will never be made. Like the show, the movie is only truly interested in Veronica and her relationships with Keith and Logan. The father-daughter duo remains as much fun as ever, with Keith getting many of the film’s best lines playing off of his pride and joy. Logan doesn’t fare quite as well. Jason Dohring’s sneaky wiseacre dialogue was always one of the best aspects of the show, but Logan in this movie is portrayed as a haunted brooder more than the sarcastic imp he used to be.

Being too close to the show, it’s difficult to say whether or not the film will be accessible to those who have never watched the series. I suspect it should work fine for newbies, since it doesn’t tap too deeply into previous ‘Veronica Mars’ lore, instead presenting a pretty straightforward murder mystery. However, the multitude of pop-ins by characters from the show and liberal use of in-jokes might make many feel like they’ve arrived at a party too cliquey for their liking. But for fans, it’s hard to imagine how the movie could accommodate them more. It covers almost every base you can think of (even the FBI-centered mini-pilot shot in a failed bid for a fourth season gets a shout-out). The thrill of seeing these characters again after so long is significant and the movie feels very much in sync with the series that inspired it, particularly in the humor and dialogue. It has a simple, practical look comparable to the series, which makes sense since it’s not like Kickstarter handed them $50 million to play with. More than anything, the film looks and feels like an extended pilot for a fourth season rather than a cinematic explosion of what we got on TV, and that is perfectly fine.

But that is the hitch to the ‘Veronica Mars’ movie. It does leave you hungry for more. The movie ends with Veronica exactly where we want her to be, but there is no guarantee that we will see her solve any future cases. This movie’s success is far from written in stone. But after spending the better part of a decade having to make do with the unsatisfying Season 3 finale as a swan song, perhaps this unlikely miracle of a movie giving the story a stronger note to close on is reward enough.

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Friday, March 14, 2014

ANCHORMAN 2: THE LEGEND CONTINUES Blooper Reel

With the 70's behind him, San Diego's top rated newsman, Ron Burgundy (Will Ferrell), returns to the newsdesk in ANCHORMAN 2: THE LEGEND CONTINUES," which opened in theaters everywhere December 18. Also back for more are Ron’s co-anchor and wife, Veronica Corningstone (Christina Applegate), weather man Brick Tamland (Steve Carell), man on the street reporter Brian Fantana (Paul Rudd) and sports guy Champ Kind (David Koechner) - All of whom won’t make it easy to stay classy… while taking New York and the nation’s first 24-hour news channel by storm. Produced by Judd Apatow, Will Ferrell and Adam McKay. Written by Will Ferrell & Adam McKay. Directed by Adam McKay.



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Maggie Grace To Appear In Taken 3

In news that should surprise precisely no one, the first actor besides Liam Neeson to secure a deal for Taken 3 is Maggie Grace. She'll be appearing once again as Kim, the daughter of the Action Dad with a particular set of skills.

In the first film she was a passive, drugged kidnap victim, but in Taken 2 she was more than up for throwing the odd grenade. In 3 we fully predict she'll have progressed to full-on CIA mercenary, running a black-op in Val Verde and drafting in Papa Bryan when things go pear shaped. Neeson will then retire from the series, handing over the reigns to Grace for Takens 4, 5 and 6. In a surprise crossover, she'll then also show up in that female Expendables thing everyone's talking about.

We made that shit up, obviously. Nobody yet knows what the storyline of Taken 3 will entail plot-wise. What we do know is that producer Luc Besson and his usual cohort Robert Mark Kamen have bashed out the screenplay in record time, and that Europacorp action regular Olivier Megaton will be directing, as he did Taken 2. There's was talk a few weeks ago of Forest Whitaker playing the villain this time, but there's no more confirmation on that so far. Neither is there any mention yet of Famke Janssen returning to complete the Mills family, but we wouldn't be surprised if she does.

Grace has also landed a leading role in a new, as-yet untitled Wall Street-set drama pilot for CBS, to be directed by Niels Arden Oplev (The Girl With The Dragon Tattoo). She'll get going on that after Taken 3, which starts shooting later this month.

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FOX SEARCHLIGHT PICTURES 20TH ANNIVERSARY Celebration

FOX SEARCHLIGHT PICTURES 20TH ANNIVERSARY

“We Have Your Story” Anniversary Campaign to Commemorate Indie Studio’s Legacy with Exciting Events, New to Blu-rayTM Releases and a Collectible Box Set

Studio Kicks off Celebration with 12 Years A Slave Historic Best Picture Win

Following 12 Years A Slave’s historical Academy Award® win for Best Picture, Fox Searchlight Pictures and Twentieth Century Fox Home Entertainment announced today a campaign to celebrate Fox Searchlight’s 20th Anniversary. The “We Have Your Story” anniversary event will spotlight Fox Searchlight’s collection of more than 140 smart, thoughtful and distinctive films including award-winning favorites Beasts of the Southern Wild, The Best Exotic Marigold Hotel, The Descendants, The Tree of Life, 127 Hours, Black Swan, Slumdog Millionaire, 500 Days of Summer, Juno, The Last King of Scotland, Once, Little Miss Sunshine, Sideways and Boys Don’t Cry, which together won 23 Academy Awards and garnered 90 Academy Award nominations.

The campaign will consist of several new to Blu-rayTM releases, anniversary editions and themed collections that will be supported by event publicity campaigns, retail promotions, social media engagement, branded Digital HD™ store fronts with select retailers, in-theater promotions and more.

Anniversary titles with event celebrations include Crazy Heart (5th anniversary), Garden State (10th anniversary), Kinsey (10th anniversary), Napoleon Dynamite (10th anniversary), Sideways (10th anniversary) and Boys Don’t Cry (15th anniversary).

Fox Searchlight titles making their Blu-ray debut in 2014 include Johnson Family Vacation and Garden State (March 4), Once (April 1), Notes On A Scandal (April 29), The Deep End (May 6), The Ringer and Kissing Jessica Stein (June 3), and The Full Monty (August 5).

Fox Searchlight will wrap its 20th anniversary celebration with 20 of its most iconic films in a one-of-a-kind collectible box set. The films will be chosen based on considerations of timelessness, cultural impact, awards recognition and box office success. The package will also include an 80-minute documentary featuring notable directors and stars from the studio’s impressive catalog of films. This perfect holiday gift will be available for purchase in November.

Fox Searchlight Presidents Nancy Utley and Stephen Gilula said, “Fox Searchlight has been a creative and collaborative home for filmmakers who share our passion for storytelling and for taking audiences on unique and unexpected journeys. We are extremely proud of all that Searchlight has accomplished in its 20 years, and we will continue to champion films that entertain and illuminate.”

Event details, exact title configurations and packaging for Fox Searchlight’s 20th Anniversary Blu-ray and DVD releases will be confirmed individually in the coming weeks.

A dedicated website - www.foxsearchlight20th.com - created by Fox Searchlight and fans, will tell the studio’s 20-year story through its most iconic films and invite fans into the #WeHaveYourStory campaign. With all-new custom graphics, illustrations, photos, memes and videos, the website welcomes fans on a unique and personal adventure, engaging them on their preferred social media platforms for information about upcoming Blu-ray and DVD products, theatrical releases, national and local events, and promotions. In addition, consumers can explore recommended titles, share content across social media platforms, such as Instagram, Twitter, Vine, Pinterest, Facebook and Tumblr - and uncover fun facts and favorite scenes on special movie “travel guides.”

ABOUT FOX SEARCHLIGHT PICTURES
Fox Searchlight Pictures is a specialty film company that both finances and acquires motion pictures. It has its own marketing and distribution operations, and its films are distributed internationally by Twentieth Century Fox. Fox Searchlight Pictures is a unit of 20th Century Fox Film.

ABOUT TWENTIETH CENTURY FOX HOME ENTERTAINMENT
Twentieth Century Fox Home Entertainment is the industry leading worldwide marketing, sales and distribution company for all Fox produced, acquired and third party partner film and television programing. Each year TCFHE expands its award-winning global product portfolio with the introduction of new entertainment content through established and emerging formats including DVD, Blu-ray™ and Digital HD™. Twentieth Century Fox Home Entertainment is a subsidiary of 21st Century Fox.

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FOX SEARCHLIGHT's CALVARY Gets Limited Release On August 1st

FOX SEARCHLIGHT PICTURES IS PLEASED TO ANNOUNCE THE RELEASE OF CALVARY
IN SELECT THEATRES ON FRIDAY, AUGUST 1, 2014.

This film will be a limited platform release

CALVARY’s Father James (BRENDAN GLEESON) is a good priest who is faced with sinister and troubling circumstances brought about by a mysterious member of his parish. Although he continues to comfort his own fragile daughter (KELLY REILLY) and reach out to help members of his church with their various scurrilous moral - and often comic - problems, he feels sinister and troubling forces closing in, and begins to wonder if he will have the courage to face his own personal Calvary.

Cast:
Brendan Gleeson, Chris O'Dowd, Kelly Reilly, Aidan Gillen, Dylan Moran, Isaach De Bankolé, M. Emmet Walsh, Marie-Josée Croze, Domhnall Gleeson, David Wilmot, Pat Shortt, Gary Lydon, Killian Scott, Orla O'Rourke, Owen Sharpe, David McSavage

Directed / Screenplay by:
John Michael McDonagh

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Need For Speed Review. Wants Desperately To Outrace The Fast & Furious

Need For Speed Review
By: MattInRc

Need for Speed wants desperately to outrace The Fast and Furious. Here's why it places a distant last.


With the tragic death of Actor Paul Walker in 2013, the Fast & The Furious franchise seems to be at a cross-roads. What better time to introduce a new series ready to take its place, featuring similarly fast cars that perform all the stunts without CGI assistance? Unfortunately, someone forgot to tell the creative team behind Need for Speed that quick whips don't make up for a junky plot and action that feels all too familiar. 


When the street racer Tobey (Aaron Paul) is framed for murder by business associate Dino (Dominic Cooper), Tobey vows revenge in the only way he can: by traveling cross-country to challenge Dino in a secret race against other premium automobiles. But he'll need help from his friends Benny (Scott Mescudi), Finn (Rami Malek), and Joe (Ramon Rodriguez), as well as the beautiful Julia (Imogen Poots), whose rich employer provides the wheels. As Tobey and and Dino enter the final lap, Tobey must decide if winning at any cost is the only thing that matters.


Let's get the following out of the way: Need for Speed will and should be compared to The Fast & The Furious, a fact that doesn't help its case even if one chooses to view it upon its own merits. Central to Need's utter failure is its plot, which tosses reality and common sense along the side of the road like a worn-out tire. Normally, wild jumps and stunts assisted by CGI effect wouldn't be a problem, but for a film that makes reality a part of its marketing campaign, Need changes the rules whenever a hole in the script needs to be filled. To suggest that a multi-million dollar ride should actually be driven across this great nation is not only foolish but ridiculous. Haven't these guys ever heard of a transport plane? They do have a pilot in the cast who basically provides eyes in the sky for Paul, but he ends up merely dishing jokes like a stripper dispenses lap dances. There's also the issue of the race itself, which ends with the winner receiving all the high-priced rides as compensation. The problem is most of those are damaged beyond repair by race's end, leaving the winner with virtually no reward for his effort. We won't share who that lucky person is, but it's a critical element to the early part of the story, and one which is forgotten by Act 3.



These genius lapses in logic come to us courtesy of Writer George Gatins, who also saddles Paul with short bits of dialogue that make him sound like David Caruso from CSI: Miami. And while Paul looks good behind the wheel, his performance makes the usually stoic Vin Diesel seem like an Academy Award winner; yes, it's that bad. The gorgeous Poots never has the chance to show off her sexy side, thanks in large part to Director Scott Waugh, who keeps the camera neck high for most of the shoot. Sure, he fills the screen with plenty of fast rides and a few somewhat memorable stunts, but this is in no way a sexy street ride like The Fast and The Furious nor the smart car caper Italian Job. Need races the outer turn, content to reduce its most valued assets - the cars and the thrill of driving them - to mere machines that are used for a specific purpose. This sense of abandonment trickles down to the cast including Paul himself, who feels out of place as a lead, making this less than stellar cast drive like a rental car on a business trip. Cooper, usually an solid casting choice, comes off a typical bad guy and not much of a challenge in the end. This isn't his fault, as again Gatins's script just doesn't give him or anyone else much to say. Such a lack of emotion - an important aspect in drawing audiences to the heroes - plagues the film, reducing it down to a chase flick that's actually pretty boring.


Even with low expectations, Need for Speed fails to satisfy in the slightest. Paul and Cooper are poorly used, the plot forgets to celebrate the thrill of racing ala Rush, and even the stunts aren't nearly as entertaining as the hype would suggest. For a project of this type to finish so poorly should be unheard of, and yet that's exactly how we felt as the lights came up. Rather than wasting your time here, we suggest you catch some of the films we've mentioned above - except CSI: Miami. Your sense of enjoyment will be equaled only by the relief you'll express at steering clear of this dud. You're welcome. Need for Speed is rated PG-13 for for sequences of reckless street racing, disturbing crash scenes, nudity and crude language, and has a runtime of 130 minutes.

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TV Recap: Reign "Dirty Laundry"

TV Recap: Reign "Dirty Laundry"
By: Sue

Mary and Francis come home from the Honeymoon, and Mary is quiet distant. They return to reality, but she’d rather go back to the country house, where their love was safe. Francis tells her that Catherine is no longer a threat, and Bash should be far off in Spain. Mary hopes Bash finds happiness, and Francis would rather focus on making a troop of little royals.


The Bohemian Archduke comes to discuss a French ship firing on a Bohemian one. Henry and Catherine maintain it was an accident, and Kenna catches the Archduke’s eye. Henry and Kenna talk of their deal, so far the suitors that Henry has presented have been less than satisfactory, but the Archduke could be perfect. The only catch, he expects a chaste bride, something Kenna is far from being. Henry can make sure there are no whispers of her whoreness. Henry introduces Kenna to the Archduke, and she easily charms him. Mary and Francis return, and they look very happy. And Mary has come bearing great news for Greer and Lola, suitors are lined up for both. Catherine comes with a greeting, asking Francis for a word, and the politics and backstabbing begin. Catherine wants to hear about their travels, but first she breaks the news that Bash never made it to Spain, that guards’ bodies were found on the side of the road. Bash’s body was not found. Either he killed the guards, she says, or they were attacked and he managed to get away. Catherine tells him that Henry has men looking for him.

Bash is hunting in the woods, he’s tackled by a girl, Rowan. He nearly fell into a boar trap, and she berates him over it. She takes Bash back to her camp and introduces him to her brother Carrick. Rowan and Bash spent the say hunting Pheasants. Carrick is wary of him, but Bash doesn’t plan on staying. Carrick thinks he hears the boar, and raises his bow, but Bash stops him from firing, good thing too. It’s not a boar, but Olivia.


Mary has gift gowns for her ladies, but Lola’s does not fit. Could someone be holding a bun in her oven? Greer asks Mary if she is pregnant, its been two months, but she is not. She offers the ladies Marzipan, and Lola at first says no, but then takes a piece. Mary notices how odd she’s acting, and Kenna does too.

Rowan asks how Bash knows Olivia, and points to her fine clothing. Weird that Francis’s former mistress would be out in the wilderness. Carrick sees that Olivia has been fed on, and that she must leave. They tell him that she’s been chosen by the darkness.

Archduke spends time with Kenna. He tells her that its been a year since his wife passed and been pressured to get a new wife. He tries to kiss Kenna and she turns her cheek. Meanwhile the King is seducing the Archduke’s sister. Kenna feigns that she is worried for her reputation, that her body is a vessel of god, and she must remain pure for her future husband. The King and Cecilia get frisky, and he accidently thrusts her off the balcony to her death. Well, that was unfortunate.

Bash comes to Nostradamus with Olivia. He thought that Bash had lost. He looks over Olivia’s body, sees the bite marks and self inflicted slashes. Nostradamus is unsure if it is human or animal. Bash wonders if it is the thing that the Pagans have been worshipping in the woods, the thing that needs blood.

Nostradamus is unsure of what caused it, but he knows that it certainly is no animal that requires sacrifice. Nature isn’t so malignant. He cautions Bash to leave, that the castle is not a safe place for him.

Catherine looks though some items, when Mary comes to visit. Catherine has her mind on Mary’s womb as well. Catherine is prepared though, she gives Mary a concoction to rub on her chest before love making, one for Francis, to lie still after for an hour, and then pills to take as well. She is pushing hard for heirs, ones that will never come. Catherine takes the pills, being the wrong ones, when Henry comes storming in. Mary scurries out, leaving all of Catherine’s baby making suggestions behind. Henry spills that the duchess accidentally fell to her death. She asks why he’s coming to her, but he needs her help covering up the problem, to help him prevent war. She doesn’t want the blood on her hands, but Henry tells her that it’s the most practical solution. Catherine isn’t going to do him any favors without something in return. She asks for Diane’s Chateau, but he doesn’t want to take back his gift. She tells him to call Diane back to clean up his mess then. Henry capitulates, the chateau is hers.

Kenna comes to visit Lola about her little liaison with Francis. Lola says that she can’t do it at the moment. But Kenna has noticed that she’s tired all the time, pale and barely eating, she knows that she’s pregnant. Kenna thinks it’s a brilliant move to secure her place as Francis’s mistress. Kenna would have done the same King if she had the chance. Lola is quick to defend her one night stand. The pregnancy will shame her family, and Mary will eventually forgive her. Kenna tells her that Francis will be a good father, and that she’ll get to play some sort of part in the child’s life, better yet, her place at the French court is assured. None of this sounds good to Lola. She doesn’t want to be known as a mistress. She doesn’t want to keep the baby. She asks Kenna if she knows of anyone who ends babies. Kenna doesn’t know of anyone herself, she practices safe sex, but her maid may. She seemed “troubled” a while back, and had something taken care of.

Mary finds Bash in her chambers. She thought he was gone to Spain. He tells her that Francis tried to kill him, that he hates Bash and sees him as nothing more than a threat. Mary doesn’t think that Francis would do anything to hurt him. Bash knows otherwise. She tells him that it would not change anything. It would change her heart, and if Francis did try to kill Bash, Bash would kill him. Mary cautions Bash to watch his words, that they are treasonous. He tells her for her own sake, she should find out who she is married to. He tells her that if she needs him to put a light in the woods, and he will meet her where they first kissed. Cheeky bastard.

Catherine and Henry scrub up Cecilia’s blood. It’s likely to stain, but neither of them are really good at cleaning, and Catherine hopes it’ll just look like spilled wine when it’s done. Catherine rolls the body in a carpet, and Henry continues to be less than useful. They plan to set the body back to her chambers and toss her from the proper window.

Lola questions Kenna’s maid, she feigns innocence, but Lola pushes needing the information for a “friend.” The nurse tells her that it’s a dangerous process, one many girls do not survive. The maid tells Lola she knows of the ruse, that there is no friend. Lola gives the girl a good deal of money, and still she worries about telling her where to get an abortion for her safety.


Catherine and Henry hall the body away, and Henry drops the body again. It’s heavier than it looks.

Father Le duc comes to call on Nostradamus, in need of some sort of remedy and comes across a disturbed Olivia. He dismisses the demons that trouble her sleep. She awakens with his cross dangling over her. In a panic she stabs him with his own cross in the heart, and pushes his body away.

Mary gets ready for bed, when Francis comes in. She readies to tell him about the conversation she had with Catherine, but he’s more curious about the one she had with his guards about Bash’s departure. She apologizes, but she has to ask if he tried to have him killed. Mary tells him that she wanted to prove his innocence. Francis is upset that Bash came to her bedchambers, even though Mary did not ask him there, and that he has to prove himself to her. He points out that she came to him once telling him that his mother was plotting against her and he believed her without a shred of truth. Believed would be a stretch, it took many attempts on her life before he believed her, but lets not throw stones. He points as royals they can do terrible things but without trust they are nothing. Mary tells him that the same is true of Bash. Francis thinks that Bash only killed the guards to stay close to Mary, tells her that he didn’t order anyone to kill Bash, but someone certainly did. Francis promises Mary that Bash is not safe from him, and Mary puts the light in her window.

Catherine writes Cecilia’s suicide letter. Henry wants her to add something about France, but Catherine scoffs at the idea. She plans to write she was lonely, but Henry has a better idea. Unrequited love is a better option.

Kenna continues her slow seduction of the Archduke. She tells him since he kissed her on the cheek she has been thinking about it. He makes sure that she is ready, and then gives her an innocent kiss on the lips. She pulls him in for something a little less innocuous. Henry and Catherine finish with Cecilia’s letter. He thinks that she deserved better, but Catherine points out that they all do as they prepare the body for a second fall. The archduke is impressed with Kenna’s skills, but she feigns beginner’s luck. He tells her that she would make a beautiful addition to Bohemia, but as he goes in for seconds, Kenna sees the body fall and screams. The Archduke runs to investigate, knowing his sister is on the floor above.

Kenna complains to Mary how Cecilia’s suicide ruined her would be marriage proposal. The ladies head to Lola’s room, but she isn’t there. Her maid tells them that Lola left early in riding clothes, but didn’t tell anyone where she went, but Kenna knows.

Mary asks Bash for his help to get through the Bloodwood, and he cannot believe that she would go there, but desperate times call for desperate measures. She also asks that once they get there that he let her go in alone so that they don’t cause Lola any additional embarrassment.

Henry and Catherine team up. Nostradamus tells the pair that once of his patients killed Le duc, which may just work to their advantage. Cecilia’s brother knows that his sister did not write the note, because she never learned to write. Catherine admits that it was a forgery, written by the duchesses’s lover.

Catherine saw Cecilia and a lover together, once Cecilia’s suicide came to light Catherine investigated it. She has the lover tortured and he admitted that once they were discovered she killed herself out of shame. He wrote the note, and they killed him under torture, they did not know that he was a man of the cloth when they were torturing him. Cecilia’s brother asks if they could spread the story that his sister accidentally drowned and Henry and Catherine readily agree, willing to do anything they say to maintain their friendship.

Mary gets to Lola before the procedure could be done. She tells her that she does not have to do it, but Lola thinks if Mary knew the truth she would think differently. Mary finally figures it out. Lola was with Francis when they returned. Now I bet she wishes she had chose the other brother. Bash asks if Mary will be okay. Mary is not sure. Francis told Mary that he was innocent on the attempt on his life, and she believed him. Mary wonders if Bash should leave, he cannot care for her she says. But she’s there, and he cannot hate her, and knows someone needs to protect her.

Henry find Catherine’s duplicity alluring. He wants more from Catherine, but this time she’s not falling into his bed.

Lola apologizes for sleeping with Francis, making excuses that Francis thought that he would never see Mary again, but Mary points out that they were friends, and that she would see her again. Lola asks that Mary keeps the child a secret from her husband.

Rowan gushes that she caught the boar, and asks him to join her for dinner. But Bash tells her that he plans to leave France. She asks him to stay, and he doesn’t say no.

Kenna tells Henry that the archduke has left, and she’s a little disappointed. Henry tells her that, it means that she’ll get to stay at court longer, and they get to play, but Henry’s heart really isn’t in it.

Nostradamus asks Olivia if she remembers last night, what frightened her, and she tells him it’s the darkness, it will take her soul.

Catherine, Lola, and Mary are all engulfed in their own darkness.

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Thursday, March 13, 2014

TV Review: Justified – “Wrong Roads”

TV Review: Justified – “Wrong Roads”
By Brandon Wolfe

In the aftermath of their Mexican adventure, Daryl has a sitdown with Boyd where both men lay their cards out and realize they each know exactly what the other is up to. Daryl makes the case that he wants in on Boyd’s “family” business, and the fact that Boyd’s heroin supply is still presently being transported by Crowes Danny and Dewey means Boyd isn’t in a position to dismiss him just yet. Meanwhile Raylan is still mourning that vacation that wasn’t to be when he catches wind of the pile of bodies belonging to the crew of Memphis pot kingpin Hot Rod Dunham that has turned up in Mexico. He does decide to skip town, but on business, to visit the Memphis DEA, where he links up with a sly dog of an agent named Miller, played by Eric Roberts, who seems to be having a great time in the role.


Raylan and Miller look into the surviving member’s of Hot Rod’s crew, starting with enforcers Jay and Roscoe, who claim ignorance of Hot Rod’s whereabouts and are prepared to wait out the inquisition until they learn that Boyd Crowder has hijacked the shipment that they had intended to hijack from him, setting them on a path to track Boyd down. Raylan and Miller, on their end, track down Hot Rod, who has been fatally wounded by his captor while trying to escape. Miller shares a touching goodbye with Hot Rod in one of those great ‘Justified’ moments where men on opposing sides of the law can still enjoy a measure of camaraderie.


While waiting for the shipment to arrive, Boyd finally makes time to visit Ava in the penitentiary, where Ava tells him that he will be visited by a friend who will need a favor from him that Ava needs him to grant, which Boyd agrees to do. This “friend” is Rowena, the prison nurse who is going to act as Ava’s heroin pipeline into the prison, and she wants Boyd to kill a man who burned a friend of hers to death. Boyd goes to the man, Elmont Swain, and finds that he’s an elderly man who doesn’t have a lot of time left, and that he had reasons for what he did that make the situation a bit greyer than they first seemed. Boyd, in a moment of seeming pity, tells Elmont that he does not wish to kill a sick old man, and instead offers to give Elmont money in exchange for disappearing. But on the way out of town, Boyd pulls over and allows his henchman Jimmy to strangle Elmont, while Boyd, to his credit, seems genuinely displeased over what he ordered to be done. And it doesn’t even ultimately benefit Ava because Rowena then decides she wants a second favor. She wants Ava to kill Judith, the tough-old-bird inmate who headed up the heroin program previously.

Eventually Daryl gets pulled into a group meeting between Boyd and his partners, Wynn Duffy and Picker, to negotiate his terms. Daryl wants 20% in exchange for providing safe passage for the heroin between Mexico and the U.S. via his proven connection. The group balks at this deal, but are interrupted by Jay and Roscoe, who demand the drugs and/or money from Boyd, and they in turn are interrupted by Raylan and Miller, in one of those other great ‘Justified’ moments where a gathering of various parties with conflicting agendas have a tensely funny showdown. The result is that a surprisingly Shakespeare-savvy Roscoe winds up dead while Jay is arrested and Raylan is very curious what all these clowns are up to.

Later in the day, Miller happens upon Danny and Dewey on the highway by chance and pulls them over. He almost allows Danny the opportunity to prove his cherished “21 Foot Rule” before a panicked Dewey runs both men over and takes off with the truck full of heroin.

Whew. As you can see, a whole lot happened on ‘Justified’ this week (such to the point that the episode ran 15 minutes longer than usual and confused my poor DVR; thank God for the FX instant-replay airing). This was a week of many heated confrontations, between Boyd and Daryl, Danny and Dewey, Danny and Miller, and also between Raylan and Art, who meet face-to-face again in the marshal’s office and for whom the possibility of reconciliation seems ever more hopeless. This was the shot in the arm the series desperately needed after a distressing listlessness was starting to creep in. Blowing up the boxes in so many different directions at once has set the series on the course for a very busy final four episodes. We even got an all-too-brief Raylan/Boyd reunion.

If there’s a complaint to be made here (and I’m not sure there is, but if), it’s that ‘Justified’ is kind of doing the same thing it did in Season 3, where it had so many villains vying to do so many things at once that it got a bit too messy to maintain. Season 3, entertaining as it was, bit off a bit more than it could chew while trying to keep tabs on so many antagonists, and poor Raylan is just one man. I’m glad ‘Justified’ finally got its affairs in order and I’m really hopeful that it navigates through all of this a bit more deftly than before. I also hope that Raylan pulls in fellow marshal Tim for some help with all of this, because he needs it and Tim is awesome and should be on this show more than five minutes a year

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TV Recap:Vikings Recap "Treachery"

TV Recap:Vikings Recap "Treachery"
By: Sue

In Wessex, England Ragnar and his men come across a large Christian Church. Athelstan tells them that not only is it a place of great pilgrimage, it will also hold a large treasure.


King Ecbert has been preparing for the Vikings since they came ashore through Northumbria. He’s seen them before with some of his travels, and he is ready to deal with the ruffians, the pagans head on. He assigns his son to rally the nobles, and others as spies. He believes that the Vikings will stay close to their ships, that they will avoid a large confrontation.

Lagertha watches a hawk. She looks well, and has a new husband. She refuses to allow her new husband to insult her son. He claims to love her son, but Lagertha believes otherwise, and tells him. He back hands her and then asks for forgiveness. With that sort of attitude, he’s likely to wind up with a knife in his belly. He tells her that he’s loved her and that he does love her son, and if he’d be willing to meet him half way, he’d ensure the boy had a good future.


Ragnar’s men draw close to the church, ever vigilant, as they creep through the field, a friar spots them and sounds the alarm bells. The people try to get to safety, as the soldiers move to defend the church, but they are greatly outnumbered. The Friars take everything of worth and move to hide it. The men approach what looks to be a deserted keep, before the soldiers charge. It’s hardly fight, and the Vikings make it through the gates. As they approach the gates, Athelstan warns that it could be a trap. Shields up they proceed with caution, but find no trap. The place is empty of everything, including treasure. Flocki asks where the treasure is, and Athelstan tells them that it is at the altar. King Horik sees nothing more than an empty table, but below, there is much underneath. They break open the floor and find treasure and tombs. Athelstan tells Ragnar of his saints, and the beliefs surrounding htem.


King Horik goes through the church, and discovers a hidey hole, and slaughters the helpless people inside. Athelstan finds a great treasure of his own, some scrolls. A friar tries to stop him from adding to the scroll, and Athelstan kills him. A bishop sees what he’s done, and Athelstan tells him to hide, but he sees that he use to be one of them. He tells him that one day he will be caught and burned for his actions. Floki overhears the bishop and chooses to take him as a prisoner. Floki takes him to King Horik who chooses to punish him for preaching against their gods, he orders the man tied up for a bit of fun. Athelstan asks after the bishop. Horik shoots an arrow at the bishop.

Ragnar searches the kitchen and finds more treasure. He spies a child, and rather than exposing the child, covers him safely.

Floki takes aim at the Bishop and fires. Ragnar watches. Four arrows protrude from his body. Before another can be fired, Athelstan puts an end to the games, and gives the bishop his last rites. He slits his throat and sends the man off to death.

Bjorn is all grown up, and he’s grown to be very handsome. Bjorn asks why Lagertha would let Earl Sigvard, her husband treat her so. He asks if he’s hit her before, if she’ll let him do it again. Lagertha tells him that it will never happen again, and Bjorn vows to kill him if it does. He asks what Ragnar would say, and she tells him he would say nothing. He reminds her that she was Ragnar’s wife and she should always be proud.

Siggy goes to see Princess Aslaug’s newest child, another boy, just as she prophesized. His name is Sigart, and also as she prophesized he has been born with a snake in his eye. This worries Siggy.

King Ecbert has heard of the attack already, as well as the bishop’s death. The lack of protection has been brought up, but King Ecbert has a very large kingdom. Now he knows where the pagans are so the sacrifice was worth the price. More sacrifices will likely be made.

Floki comes to taunt Athelstan more, he gives Floki a book. He doesn’t believe that Athelstan has converted to their fate. He gives him a holy hand as well.

Ragnar asks King Horik how he is enjoying himself. King Horik finds this a very rich land, but Ragnar is looking at more than just the gold. He tells him that the land is rich as well, there are plenty of opportunities for farming on good land that could feed all their people. King Horik doesn’t think the Saxons would relinquish their land as easy as their gold.

Götland, Scandinavia. Jarl Borg takes a new bride. His first bride died shortly after the wedding due to poisoning of the wine. Borg orders the wine to be poured, and asks who will test it. His new bride offers to be the sacrificial lamb, but Borg could not bear her loss, and he tests the wine himself. He announces to his guests that they’ve all been insulted by being forced to sit out of the raids. Although he blames King Horik for the insult more, Ragnar will pay the price. With Ragnar gone, they will raid and take his lands, and repay Rollo’s treachery with the axe.

A group of horsed soldiers and priests come to meet with Ragnar and his men. He’s been sent by King Ecbert, and asks how long Ragnar has decided to remain in the kingdom. Ragnar tells him it depends on his offer to leave vs. his offer to stay. Ragnar wishes to stay and to make peace. King Horik cannot let the messengers go peacefully, and kills the Bishop’s escort.

Bjorn boycotts dinner, he doesn’t feel like eating. Earl Sigart asks what he can do to make the boy happy, if he should raid a neighbor so that Bjorn can show off. The others laugh at the prospect, but he truly does not want the boy unhappy. He asks that the Earl let him go off and live alone in the woods without someone doing everything for him. He wants to know what is essential to life, what is important, the prospect makes Lagertha happy, but the Earl turns him down flat. He tells him that it will make him look bad. He uses his pledge to Lagertha as further reason to refuse.

Kattegat. Viking ships draw close. Siggy runs to warn Rollo of the ships coming. Rollo tells them to rally the troops, they’ll soon be under attack. Rollo tells Princess Aslaug that Jarl Borg is coming back to

attack them since Ragnar broke his agreement. She asks his plan, and he plans to fight. All of the best fighters are gone, Siggy grabs her shield. She’s no Lagertha, but she wants to fight. Rollo begs her to take Princess Aslaug and her children and hide them in the mountains, and await on the Gods’ decision. The Princess and her children follow Siggy off, headed to the mountains. Rollo and the fighters prepare for war. Rollo stalks the beach keeping Borg in his sight. The men disembark from the ship, and Rollo gets to work slaughtering as many as he can. The warriors of Kattegat put up a fight, but many fall in the struggle. Borg sets his sights on Rollo, as he calls for the men to fall back. Borg and Rollo go head to head, before they’re pulled a part. Rollo pulls all he can back towards the mountains, but as Borg’s men draw closer, they see it’s a trap. The fighting is halted. Borg calls out Rollo telling him that he cannot win, asking for his surrender. Rollo with little prompting goes, his first duty is to protect Ragnar’s sons. The last stand is made, and the rest fall, but Rollo and Ragnar’s family is safe out of Borg’s hands. Borg may have Ragnar’s keep but it’s a shallow victory, one that he should enjoy while he can.

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Win Tickets To An Advance Screening For MUPPETS MOST WANTED In Sacramento

Win Tickets To An Advance For MUPPETS MOST WANTED on March 15th at 10:30 am in Fresno.


Disney’s “MUPPETS MOST WANTED” takes the entire Muppets gang on a global tour, selling out grand theaters in some of Europe’s most exciting destinations, including Berlin, Madrid, Dublin and London. But mayhem follows the Muppets overseas, as they find themselves unwittingly entangled in an international crime caper headed by Constantine—the World’s Number One Criminal and a dead ringer for Kermit—and his dastardly sidekick Dominic, aka Number Two, portrayed by Ricky Gervais.


The film stars Tina Fey as Nadya, a feisty prison guard, and Ty Burrell as Interpol agent Jean Pierre Napoleon. Disney’s “Muppets Most Wanted” is directed by James Bobin and produced by David Hoberman and Todd Lieberman. Bobin co-wrote the screenplay with Nicholas Stoller, who is also executive producer with John G. Scotti. Featuring music from Academy Award®-winning songwriter Bret McKenzie, “Muppets Most Wanted” hits the big screen March 21, 2014.


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Win Tickets To An Advance Screening For MUPPETS MOST WANTED In San Francisco

Win Tickets To An Advance For MUPPETS MOST WANTED on March 18th at 7:00PM in San Francisco.


Disney’s “MUPPETS MOST WANTED” takes the entire Muppets gang on a global tour, selling out grand theaters in some of Europe’s most exciting destinations, including Berlin, Madrid, Dublin and London. But mayhem follows the Muppets overseas, as they find themselves unwittingly entangled in an international crime caper headed by Constantine—the World’s Number One Criminal and a dead ringer for Kermit—and his dastardly sidekick Dominic, aka Number Two, portrayed by Ricky Gervais.


The film stars Tina Fey as Nadya, a feisty prison guard, and Ty Burrell as Interpol agent Jean Pierre Napoleon. Disney’s “Muppets Most Wanted” is directed by James Bobin and produced by David Hoberman and Todd Lieberman. Bobin co-wrote the screenplay with Nicholas Stoller, who is also executive producer with John G. Scotti. Featuring music from Academy Award®-winning songwriter Bret McKenzie, “Muppets Most Wanted” hits the big screen March 21, 2014.


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Inside the Bucket Podcast #3

In our epic follow up, John mails in his comments via The Web, forcing Matt to take drastic action.  Topics this episode include Frozen topping the billion dollar mark and interesting 2014 soundtracks.  Finally, we move into reviews of 300: Rise of an Empire starring Sullivan Stapleton and Eva Green, and Mr Peabody & Sherman starring the voice talents of Ty Burrell and Max Charles.

We also gave away secret code words through out the show that gave you a chance to win VIP tickets to see Divergent in Sacramento, San Francisco and Fresno.

Thanks to everyone for your continued support, and we'll see you at one of our screenings.
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Win Tickets To An Advance Screening For MUPPETS MOST WANTED In Fresno

Win Tickets To An Advance For MUPPETS MOST WANTED on March 15th at 10:30 am in Fresno.


Disney’s “MUPPETS MOST WANTED” takes the entire Muppets gang on a global tour, selling out grand theaters in some of Europe’s most exciting destinations, including Berlin, Madrid, Dublin and London. But mayhem follows the Muppets overseas, as they find themselves unwittingly entangled in an international crime caper headed by Constantine—the World’s Number One Criminal and a dead ringer for Kermit—and his dastardly sidekick Dominic, aka Number Two, portrayed by Ricky Gervais.


The film stars Tina Fey as Nadya, a feisty prison guard, and Ty Burrell as Interpol agent Jean Pierre Napoleon. Disney’s “Muppets Most Wanted” is directed by James Bobin and produced by David Hoberman and Todd Lieberman. Bobin co-wrote the screenplay with Nicholas Stoller, who is also executive producer with John G. Scotti. Featuring music from Academy Award®-winning songwriter Bret McKenzie, “Muppets Most Wanted” hits the big screen March 21, 2014.


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Win Tickets To An Advance Screening For MUPPETS MOST WANTED In San Francisco

Win Tickets To An Advance For MUPPETS MOST WANTED on March 15th at 10:30 am in San Francisco.


Disney’s “MUPPETS MOST WANTED” takes the entire Muppets gang on a global tour, selling out grand theaters in some of Europe’s most exciting destinations, including Berlin, Madrid, Dublin and London. But mayhem follows the Muppets overseas, as they find themselves unwittingly entangled in an international crime caper headed by Constantine—the World’s Number One Criminal and a dead ringer for Kermit—and his dastardly sidekick Dominic, aka Number Two, portrayed by Ricky Gervais.


The film stars Tina Fey as Nadya, a feisty prison guard, and Ty Burrell as Interpol agent Jean Pierre Napoleon. Disney’s “Muppets Most Wanted” is directed by James Bobin and produced by David Hoberman and Todd Lieberman. Bobin co-wrote the screenplay with Nicholas Stoller, who is also executive producer with John G. Scotti. Featuring music from Academy Award®-winning songwriter Bret McKenzie, “Muppets Most Wanted” hits the big screen March 21, 2014.


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Win Tickets To An Advance Screening For MUPPETS MOST WANTED In San Jose

Win Tickets To An Advance For MUPPETS MOST WANTED on March 15th at 10:30AmM in San San Jose.


Disney’s “MUPPETS MOST WANTED” takes the entire Muppets gang on a global tour, selling out grand theaters in some of Europe’s most exciting destinations, including Berlin, Madrid, Dublin and London. But mayhem follows the Muppets overseas, as they find themselves unwittingly entangled in an international crime caper headed by Constantine—the World’s Number One Criminal and a dead ringer for Kermit—and his dastardly sidekick Dominic, aka Number Two, portrayed by Ricky Gervais.


The film stars Tina Fey as Nadya, a feisty prison guard, and Ty Burrell as Interpol agent Jean Pierre Napoleon. Disney’s “Muppets Most Wanted” is directed by James Bobin and produced by David Hoberman and Todd Lieberman. Bobin co-wrote the screenplay with Nicholas Stoller, who is also executive producer with John G. Scotti. Featuring music from Academy Award®-winning songwriter Bret McKenzie, “Muppets Most Wanted” hits the big screen March 21, 2014.


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