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“Orphan Black’s” clones has grown even deeper throughout the first few episodes of Season 2. Find out more of what’s to come with BBC America’s newly released episode titles and descriptions for the next three installments, including a trip to rehab for Alison and an important discovery by Cosima and Delphine.
Episode 5: ‘Ipsa Scientia Potestas Est’
May 17, 9 p.m. ET/PT
Rachel… Continue reading 'Orphan Black' Season 2 spoilers: Episodes 5-7 titles and descriptions
What would life be like if we all spoke in a language that included nothing but movie titles? Eerily, not unlike reality. New York-based Internet comedy troupe POYKPAC Comedy has imagined a skit in which a couple goes to dinner, has a spat about their relationship, and then breaks up. At least we think so. A waitress intervenes and has something to say to the couple… Continue reading Your Favorite Thing Today: Watch a Couple Break Up Using Only Movie Titles
More than 45 of UTV’s premium titles are now available on India’s first online Movie on Demand service BigFlix plus
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BigFlicks a part of Reliance Group’s, Digital Entertainment Business has announced a license deal between India’s first online Movie on Demand service – BigFlix plus and India’s leading Studio UTV Motion Pictures to… Continue reading BigFlicks inks deal with UTV Motion Pictures for popular titles
I. In which I introduce the premise.Ever since ‘Snakes on a Plane,’ goes the argument in this essay at Slate, movie and TV titles have become too literal, serving as spoilers for the content. Other current and recent examples: ‘Tower Heist,’ ‘Bridesmaids,’ ‘Cowboys and Aliens,’ ‘The Social Network,’ ‘Step Brothers,’ ‘Wedding Crashers,’ and ‘The 40-Year-Old Virgin.’ (The author might also have mentioned ‘Drive,’ ‘The Muppets,’ ‘The Smurfs,’ and ‘A Very… Continue reading Are Movie Titles Too Literal?
Welcome to Criterion Corner, where the movies love you back. A column dedicated to the wide and wonderful world of the Criterion Collection, Criterion Corner runs twice a month, one installment featuring reviews of Criterion’s new releases, and the other an essay pertaining to Criterion culture. Follow @CriterionCorner and the Criterion Corner Tumblr for daily updates!
October has been something of an unusual month for Criterion, in that the Blu-ray… Continue reading Criterion Corner: October Titles Deliver 7 Different Kinds Of Horror