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17 critically acclaimed Amazon Prime Video original shows to add to your streaming queue

  Streaming wars have upped the quality of original content for viewers, and over 100 million Americans with a Prime membership already have access to many shows on Prime Video.  If you're looking for a new but worthwhile show to stream, start by checking out critically acclaimed original series on Amazon Prime Video. See more: The best streaming services you can sign up for online Product Card Module: Prime Video Monthly Subscription Card size: small Product Card Module: Prime Monthly Sub...
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The Morning Watch: ‘SNL’ Hypes Up Your House During Quarantine, The Art of Making Fake Faces & More

The Morning Watch is a recurring feature that highlights a handful of noteworthy videos from around the web. They could be video essays, fanmade productions, featurettes, short films, hilarious sketches, or just anything that has to do with our favorite movies and TV shows. In this edition, Saturday Night Live gets you amped to hang out in your house since it’s the only place you can go right now. Plus, take a look at the art of making fake faces, from creating lifelike masks of characters from...
Tags: Star-Wars, Breaking Bad, Movies, Stephen Colbert, Game Of Thrones, Snl, Alien, Vanity Fair, James-Marsden, Walter White, Video Of The Day, Saturday-Night-Live, Dead to Me, The Morning Watch, Saturday Night Live at Home

Author Scott Turow talks new novel ‘The Last Trial,’ hints at his next legal thriller

Scott Turow is back, and not surprisingly, so is Sandy Stern. The brilliant defense lawyer character, who is 85 and feeling every one of those years in “The Last Trial,” has almost always made an appearance in all nine of Turow’s books set in Kindle County, his fictional Midwestern creation. Turow, who had studied and taught writing at Stanford University before becoming a lawyer, essentially invented the literate legal thriller in 1987 with “Presumed Innocent.” That novel told the twisty story ...
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Yes, we should blame China’s communist government for the spread of COVID-19

Apparently, blaming China for exporting a deadly virus around the globe, lying about the danger it posed and withholding vital information regarding its origin is now considered racist by polite society. Mike Ryan, the executive director of the World Health Organization’s Emergencies Program, said at a news conference, “There is no blame in this.  All we need now is to identify the things we need to do to move forward quickly, with speed and to avoid any indication of ethnic or other association...
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‘Ozark’ Season 3 Spoiler Review: The Netflix Series Plumbs New Dramatic Depths as It Goes Full ‘Godfather’

“Fighting for your life makes every other thing you ever did before seem extremely dull.” This line is spoken by Wendy Byrde (Laura Linney) in the penultimate episode of Ozark’s third season, which hit Netflix on Friday. It’s a line that cuts to the core of what makes Wendy, her husband Marty (Jason Bateman), and the show around them tick. In its first season, Ozark plunged viewers into the world of the Byrdes and their Missouri money-laundering operation. From the moment a Mexican drug lord kn...
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CS Soapbox: 5 Reasons to Keep Cheering for Saul Goodman

BEGIN SLIDESHOW CS Soapbox: 5 Reasons to Keep Cheering for Saul Goodman [spoiler warning for those of you who haven’t watched this week’s episode] After watching this week’s brilliant episode of AMC’s Better Call Saul, titled “Wexler v. Goodman,” I was left feeling like Kim Wexler after that electrifying conference room scene — shocked, angry, sad, and ultimately conflicted. You see, I am still rooting for Saul Goodman, despite his sleazy manner and overall bad behavior. Why? Because I t...
Tags: Chuck, Better Call Saul, Breaking Bad, TV, Movies, Amc, Kim, White, Walter, Kevin, Jimmy, Saul, Jimmy Stewart, Walter White, Jerry Maguire, Wexler

Priest in Italy accidentally leaves on camera's filters during online service, hilarity ensues

An unidentified priest in Italy didn't let the coronavirus situation stop him from doing mass. He simply live-streamed the service instead. Amusingly though, he left on his camera's filters which overlayed a space helmet, some glitter, dumbbells (?), and a Walter White hat and sunglasses get-up onto his otherwise serious broadcast. Twitter user Gavin Shoebridge shared the footage: In Italy today, a priest decided to live-stream a mass due to COVID-19. Unfortunately he activated the video fil...
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‘Better Call Saul’ Review: Kim and Jimmy Reach a Turning Point With “Wexler v. Goodman”

This week on Better Call Saul: Mike gets back to work! Nacho is back, too! Howard goes to lunch! Jimmy plays Kim! Kim makes a jaw-dropping suggestion! Mike (and Nacho) After his sojourn on the other side of the border, Mike is back in town – and back working for Gus. His new mission: Stop Lalo. Nacho returns to the show (finally), and meets up with Gus and Mike to fill him in on Lalo’s plans – all of which involve destroying Gus and making him useless to the cartel. Gus is his usual scar...
Tags: Better Call Saul, Bob Odenkirk, Movies, Features, Kim, Rich, Nacho, Don, Howard, Mike, Kevin, Fred, Gus, Jimmy, Walter White, Wexler

Famous TV house locations

The running joke with Friends is that no 20-somethings in New York could ever afford that apartment. Of course, we’ve got no way to prove that, since the “apartment” was actually a sound stage, and there’s not exactly a Zillow listing for fictional addresses. But many shows shot their exterior shots at real live homes that you can go drive by and annoy the current occupants today. Many of which are valued at a lot more than their fictional occupants could ever afford. HomeAdvisor did some dig...
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Review: Season 5 Begins Friday For 'Better Call Saul'

The hit AMC show "Better Caul Saul" returns for its 5th season. The "Breaking Bad" prequel is edging closer to the time when Saul became the fixer for Walter White's meth operation.
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‘El Camino’ Behind the Scenes Featurette: Inside the ‘Breaking Bad’ Reunion With Bryan Cranston

AMC has been playing a marathon of Breaking Bad in preparation for the on-air debut of El Camino: A Breaking Bad Movie this Sunday, but nothing hits that nostalgia harder than Bryan Cranston in a bald cap, warmly talking about reuniting with his longtime co-star Aaron Paul. Netflix has released a new El Camino featurette ahead of the film’s AMC debut, which comes four months after the Breaking Bad movie premiered on the streaming service in October. The featurette goes behind-the-scenes into ho...
Tags: Action/Adventure, AMC, Drama, Netflix, Breaking Bad, Bryan Cranston, El Camino: A Breaking Bad Movie

Oscars contender 'Joker' benefited from NJ film tax breaks

Newark On Reddit via Twitter The Academy Awards is tonight and although I'm a big film fan, I'll probably skip it. The early awards shows have already spoiled it for me. Sorry, ABC. If Antonio Banderas somehow takes the Oscars statuette from Joaquin Phoenix, which is what I'd love to see, then I'll catch the replay on YouTube tomorrow. Some folks in New Jersey, however, will be closely watching this year's ceremony and pulling for the "Joker" actor. The street where Phoenix's disturbed Ar...
Tags: Hbo, Chris Christie, Hollywood, Taxes, Abc, Georgia, New Jersey, Reddit, Philip Roth, Newark, New Mexico, Antonio Banderas, Joaquin Phoenix, Steven Spielberg, Irs, Albuquerque

Indie Spotlight: Jennifer Spiegel

Welcome to our Indie Spotlight series. In which TNBBC gives small press authors the floor to shed some light on their writing process, publishing experiences, or whatever else they'd like to share with you, the readers!Today, we have a returning guest, and dear author friend of TNBBC, Jennifer Spiegel. Her latest book, , released just this past January. Here's what the Goodreads page claims: The book is 100% narrative nonfiction and 0% self-help. It was actually written for the author’s childr...
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JANUARY 24--A Florida Man named Walter White was arrested Wednesday and charged with violating terms of a probation sentence he received last month following his conviction on a felony methamphetamine charge, records show. (Thanks to pharmaross)
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‘Better Call Saul’ Renewed for Sixth and Final Season [TCA 2020]

AMC presented a Better Call Saul season five panel for the Television Critics Association yesterday. During the panel, creators Vince Gilligan and Peter Gould revealed that AMC has renewed them for a sixth season, which will be their final season. Throughout the panel, they elaborated more on the end of the Breaking Bad spinoff. Season five sees Jimmy McGill (Bob Odenkirk) fully embrace his Saul Goodman persona, who becomes Walter White’s money laundering lawyer. Better Call Saul r...
Tags: Better Call Saul, Vince Gilligan, Television, Movies, Amc, DEA, Ed, Bob, Aaron Paul, Robert, Television Critics Association, Peter, Tca, Mike, Aaron, Bryan

Baby Yoda Completely Wrecks Walter White

Little dude is like a mastermind supervillain extra powerful guy. Baby Yoda is nothing to mess with Do not doubt his power. Do not question his adorable menace. Never forget his terrible rage, equal only to his delightful murderousness. Baby Yoda rules over all. He rules over The Mandalorian. He rules over Walter White and Hank Schrader in Breaking Bad. He is cuddly, he is monstrous, and HE IS NOW. CREDITS [Author: Funny Or Die]
Tags: Humor, Funny Or Die, Walter White, Hank Schrader, Baby Yoda

Variety’s 2019 Film and TV Tie-In Holiday Gift Guide

From Marvel to “The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel,” 2019 has ushered in a new wave of gifts perfect for film and television lovers. APPAREL “Breaking Bad” x K-Swiss Collection In celebration of “Breaking Bad’s” Netflix original movie follow-up “El Camino,” K-Swiss released a limited edition pair of sneakers designed in the vein of Walter White’s (Bryan […]
Tags: Star Wars, Breaking Bad, Friends, Charmed, Features, Netflix, Game Of Thrones, Idris Elba, Bryan, Walter White, Stranger Things, Captain Marvel, Rick & Morty, The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel

Tesla's Cybertruck has been called 'ugly as sin.' Here are 12 other cars that are considered the ugliest ever produced.

Tesla's Cybertruck was unveiled last Thursday to many scathing reviews on social media. Publications also took part in shaming the truck, including Forbes, which called the Cybertruck as "ugly as a sin" in a review of the reveal that compared the vehicle to the Pontiac Aztek. The Aztek has repeatedly been ranked as one of the ugliest cars ever built.  Here are 11 other hideous cars that have graced American roads. Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories. Tesla's Cybertruck was unve...
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Exploring Paul Rudd’s Journey From Immortal Teen Heartthrob to Immortal Leading Man

Finding a picture of Paul Rudd with a shaved head offers a bit of a challenge, so you’ll have to imagine it. Harder than it seems. Yet it’s instrumental in displaying one of the actor’s fundamentally likable qualities. Back in the early 1990s, Rudd get his big break as a young actor with a role in Amy Heckerling’s Clueless, but it almost didn’t happen. Since he didn’t think he’d gotten the role, he shaved his head, which almost cost him the role. Heckerling and company tried wigs on him because...
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How ‘BoJack Horseman’ Transformed From a Talking Animal Comedy Into the Best and Most Devastating Show on Netflix

BoJack Horseman is a comedy built on incongruity. It’s an inexplicable mashup of genres and styles that absolutely should not work. As the show’s final season begins its portioned-out arrival, it’s worth celebrating how BoJack Horseman gradually became not just the best show on Netflix, but arguably one of the most incisive, emotionally raw, and darkly funny shows of the new century. Here’s a show that could’ve died on the vine in its first season, yet has become one of the very best in al...
Tags: Hollywood, Television, Movies, Time, Features, Netflix, Animation, Bill Cosby, Hannibal Buress, Jessica Biel, BoJack Horseman, Will Arnett, Bob Saget, Todd, PAUL, Diane

Weekend Post

Why I love Los Angeles. A new restaurant opened on Wednesday in West Hollywood.  THE BREAKING BAD EXPERIENCE.   You can eat in Gus' chicken joint with Walter White's Winnebago spewing... [Author: By Ken Levine]
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Redemption not guaranteed: El Camino is a fitting coda to Jesse Pinkman’s story (ars technica)

Enlarge / Jesse Pinkman (Aaron Paul) must elude capture and get out of town in El Camino. (credit: Netflix) The series finale of Breaking Bad has been touted as one of the best series finales of all time by critics, as former high school chemistry teacher-turned-meth manufacturer Walter White faced the inevitable reckoning for his many crimes and misdeeds. But it left other narrative threads unresolved, most notably the fate of Walter's former student and partner in the meth business, Jesse Pi...
Tags: Vince Gilligan, News, Netflix, Bryan Cranston, Walter, Albuquerque, Jennifer Ouellette, Jesse, Drug Enforcement Administration, Walter White, El Camino, Heisenberg, Jesse Pinkman, Jesse Aaron Paul, Jesse Pinkman Aaron Paul, Hank Dean Norris

Jesse Plemons talks Todd's extended return in 'El Camino,' admiration for Jesse

There are a lot of appearances by Breaking Bad alums in Netflix's El Camino: A Breaking Bad Movie, but perhaps none are more surprising than Jesse Plemons. And the surprise isn't the mere presence of the dearly departed sociopath Todd, rather how much of a presence he is, virtually serving as the second most prominent character and turning a good chunk of El Camino into what Plemons jokes is a “buddy road trip movie.” Like Bryan Cranston's Walter White and Jonathan Banks' Mik...
Tags: Vince Gilligan, News, Netflix, Bryan Cranston, Todd, Jesse, Jesse Plemons, Walter White, El Camino, Jonathan Banks, Plemons, Mike Ehrmantraut Todd

Vince Gilligan Teases Some ‘El Camino’ Deleted Scenes, Admits the Movie “Does Not Need to Exist”

El Camino: A Breaking Bad Movie hit Netflix and limited theaters last Friday, and the general consensus about the film is that it’s well-executed but ultimately inessential. Turns out writer/director Vince Gilligan agrees about that last part; in a new interview, he admits that “this movie, strictly speaking, does not need to exist.” Read Gilligan’s comments calling the film a “gift to the fans,” learn about the lengths he and his team were willing to go in order to preserve some of the film’s ...
Tags: Better Call Saul, Vince Gilligan, Hollywood, Movies, Drama, Netflix, Broadway, Sony, Rolling Stone, Aaron Paul, Bryan Cranston, Albuquerque, Cranston, Bryan, Jesse, Neil

‘El Camino’ Had Two Alternate Endings and the Original Cut Ran Three Hours

When Aaron Paul‘s long-suffering Jesse Pinkman crashed a stolen El Camino through the fences of the white supremacist compound where he had been kept enslaved in the explosive Breaking Bad finale in 2013, his fate was left on an ecstatic but ambiguous note. Six years later, we find out the aftermath of Jesse’s escape from the neo-Nazis who had tortured him in this weekend’s El Camino: A Breaking Bad Movie. And while the film offers a more decisive fate for Walter White’s former partner, writer-...
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‘El Camino: A Breaking Bad Movie’ Spoiler Review: Getting the Band Back Together for a Gunslinging Netflix Coda

The biggest compliment one can pay El Camino: A Breaking Bad Movie is to say that it doesn’t detract from the legacy of one of the greatest television shows of all time. We knew we were in good hands with Vince Gilligan. Better Call Saul has proven that he, as a showrunner, knows how to play in the Breaking Bad sandbox again without destroying the castle he built before. Now, for the first time, Gilligan has stepped behind the camera as a movie director as he checks back in on the character of ...
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Netflix Movie 'El Camino' Is Carefully Constructed Epilogue For 'Breaking Bad'

Netflix's El Camino: A Breaking Bad Movie answers a question that wasn't answered by the TV show's 2013 finale: What happened to Walter White's meth-dealing assistant, Jesse Pinkman?
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Aaron Paul breaks down 'El Camino,' surprise reunions, and if he'll play Jesse again

Warning: This post contains spoilers for El Camino: A Breaking Bad Movie. Jesse Pinkman rides again, figuratively and literally. When the wandering-wasteoid-turned-meth-maker-turned-broken-prisoner drove through the Nazi compound gates with a scream-laugh-cry for the ages, leaving behind Walter White to keel over beside his beloved machinery, it marked the conclusion of Breaking Bad, one of TV's most intense and celebrated dramas. And that was it, the End, finito, Felina, we were told; the ...
Tags: Vince Gilligan, News, Nazi, New Mexico, Aaron Paul, Jesse, Walter White, El Camino, Jesse Pinkman, Felina

To Celebrate the Breaking Bad Movie, Domino’s Hid Pizzas on Rooftops in Brazil

When you think of Breaking Bad, you probably think of meth. But a close second is...well, harrowing moments of nihilistic violence, most likely. But a close third is that one time teacher-turned-druglord Walter White angrily tossed a whole pizza on the roof of his house. Understandably, Domino's Brazil has chosen to reference that last plot...
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‘El Camino: A Breaking Bad Movie’ Review: Well-Executed, But Unnecessary

Almost a decade ago, the ABC drama Lost came to a controversial conclusion, managing to bother more people than it pleased with a series finale that’s still being misinterpreted. A few months later, the final season was released on DVD with a 12-minute epilogue film titled “The New Man in Charge.” In the epilogue, we learned more about the futures and fates of a few members of the show’s vast ensemble. It didn’t resolve the finale’s frustrations, but was a pleasant capper to the genre-bend...
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