After the coffee. Before over analyzing the
The Skinny: Actually, I don't over-analyze "Mad Men." Nor do I read anyone else's critiques since most make "Moby Dick" look like a short story. It was a good episode that made me tear up at the end. There's my take. Monday's headlines include the box office recap and Hollywood's experiment with early video-on-demand in
Daily Dose: All eyes will be on the ratings tomorrow to see how
The parking is probably better too. Want to watch new movies at home? All you have to do is move to South Korea, where
Locked and loaded. There is no shortage of gun imagery in the posters for this summer's big movies. Although there was a lot of talk about whether Hollywood would tone down romanticizing guns and violence in the wake of last years massive shooting at a screening of "The Dark Knight Rises," so far it appears to be business as usual. The New York Times on what it calls Hollywood's gun passion.
A bigger show to run.
RIP. Gary David Goldberg, whose producing credits included "Family Ties," "
Inside the Los Angeles Times: Discovery Founder John Hendricks' new autobiography "A Curious Discovery" tells the story of how he built a cable empire.
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