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A darker shade of “Orange”

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Personal musings and tease for Orange is the New Black Season 4. http://leipglo.com

Shit’s getting dark in Season 4 of Netflix series “Orange is the New Black.” Get an inciting but not-too-revealing look right here.

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“Love” according to Judd Apatow

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Now, Apatow presents Love to Netflix audiences. At first, I refused to watch it precisely because of the title. The theme is trite, to say the least. But I should've known better. As I'd come to find out, Love offers a more realistic portrayal of love than pretty much any romantic comedy I've seen before, on the big or small screen. Apatow, the series's writer and producer, has outdone himself. http://leipglo.com

With the Netflix series “Love,” quirky comedy wizard Judd Apatow has fully entered the digital TV world.

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Review: “Lamb” and “Deutschland 83”

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These two screen gems are/were a delight to watch, even if one may be a bit more like rough coal to some.

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Stage and Screen: Code Black; the new ER

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Code Black certainly has enough about it to become a good series for me to continue with, and it is nice to see very strong female characters on mainstream TV in an ensemble cast of mainstays and aspiring-to-be ones.

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5 songs that evoke celebrity crushes, favorite movies and TV shows (with videos)

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…Another kind of rock band I like, in a different vein, is Fun Lovin Criminals, and along with a lot of Brits who grew up with TFI Friday, we can easily picture Huey (the lead singer) in our heads. “Scooby Snacks” (song Number Three here) is one of their great numbers, but also has samples of two of my favourite Tarantino films, namely Pulp Fiction and Reservoir Dogs. Not only do I luv the song but I staged a performance in my uni years with water pistols that mimicked the Ringo and Yolanda diner-stick-up scene in Pulp Fiction.

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