Thoughts on Joker, The Lighthouse, El Camino, The Laundromat, and much more.Continue reading David’s Watch Diary: October 2019
Jesse gets closure in a methodical but rewarding epilogue. WARNING: Some Spoilers.Continue reading An Opinion on EL CAMINO: A BREAKING BAD MOVIE
The Emmys are on Monday! Time to dive into the nominations, predict the winners, and preemptively gripe about the losers. Breaking Bad or True Detective? Veep or Orange is the New Black?
In the latest installment of “Pick 3,” the team selects their favorite hours of dramatic television. This one was really, really hard.
In which our resident prognosticators attempt to make sense of the nonsensical: the Golden Globes. Today, we take a look at the television nominees…
It’s the end of the year, which means it’s time for lists! First, I reveal my favorite — not the best — series that I watched in 2013. Number one will not surprise you.
And so it ends, with a surprisingly elegiac, old-school sendoff for Walter Hartwell White.
Last week, creator Vince Gilligan said that “Ozymandias” was “the best episode we ever had or will ever have.” While that might be a red flag to some about next week’s grand finale, it absolutely signaled the piece-moving, comedown episode we had last night. I didn’t love it, but it was necessary.
This Sunday, Neil Patrick Harris hosts the Emmys, which purports to honor the finest television of last year, but is mostly an opportunity for the voters to repeatedly honor the same people over and over again. If the Golden Globes are awful because of their nomination process, at least they usually get the winners right. The Emmys, meanwhile, are constantly behind the curve. Will anything change this year? Let’s dive into the nominations…
In this final half-season of Breaking Bad, we’ve completely descended into nightmare territory. The thrill of the great train heist or the escapades of Vamonos Pest is long gone, and all that remains is wreckage and shock. This was one of the most soul-crushing hours of television I’ve ever watched in my life.
Continue reading BREAKING BAD: “Ozymandias”