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As one door closes (Breaking Bad) another opens, my friends.  I can’t think of a better door to open than that of Homeland which has just kicked off its third season.  For those who need to be caught up, allow me to oblige. Sergeant Nicholas Brody has been framed for the bombing

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If you haven’t attempted at somehow catching the first season of Homeland then you have some serious soul searching to do.  After stealing the show at this years Emmy awards, Homeland is back and better than ever.  Brilliantly acted and flawlessly put together this is arguably the best show on TV.  I was most

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The carnival-barker title of Stars in Shorts is practically begging for an exclamation point, but its appeal to name recognition makes commercial sense:  it’s an attempt to position short films as something other than film festival fodder or the things that screw up people’s Oscar ballots.  The seven-film anthology is

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Professionally-trained British actor Rupert Friend is probably best known to audiences for his roles in the period dramas Pride and Prejudice and The Young Victoria, but in recent years he’s also honed his skills as a writer, director, and producer of short films with his production company, Beat Pictures.  His latest

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