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Biff Review: In ‘Sunset Park,’ a Crime Drama Turns into a Nightmare

When Duane Sarcione (Michael T. Weiss) finds himself in the hole with mobster ‘The Sledge’ (Sam Douglas), he has no choice but to run. It’s not a surprising move despite only knowing him for five minutes — gambling has a hold and he’s drowning under the weight of turmoil both in and out of his control. This act, however, isn’t without collateral damage. His wife had already passed away, but his young son Gino (Nolan Lyons) was still around struggling to get through school with the help of his ‘Gramps’ Joe (Robert Miano). Suddenly Gino and Joe are left holding Duane’s debt because ‘The Sledge’ would rather have his hooks in a local than worry about chasing a coward. The ramifications of this new dynamic arrive ten years later.

Writer/director Jason Sarrey’s feature debut Sunset Park picks up with an adult Gino (Michael Trevino) working
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Review: Batman: The Brave and the Bold The Complete Third Season

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Well, it’s about time. For the last twenty-five years or so, we’ve had one animated Batman series after another but to be honest only two are really good: Batman the Animated Series and Batman: The Brave and the Bold. The latter has been slowly coming out on Blu-Ray with season one in 2013 and season two in 2015. This month, we’re getting the third and final season and the good news is that it is as entertaining as remembered.

After increasingly odd interpretations of Batman, Warner Animation decided to go retro and bring back the Batman of the 1960s, who was not afraid to operate in daylight and would partner with just about anyone in a mask as the need arose. Producer James Tucker saw to it that it honored the comic the series took its name from while modernizing it with contemporary characters and characterizations. The result was
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Catalog From The Beyond: Bones (2001)

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Growing up in the ’90s, my path to the glory of Pam Grier took an odd route. I was probably about 12 years old watching an HBO First Look for John Carpenter’s Escape From L.A., and they spent what seemed an inordinate amount of time fawning over this woman playing Hershe Las Palmas, the transsexual crime boss formerly known as Carjack Malone. Being a snot-nosed kid, I had no idea who Grier was. Of course, since then I’ve come to know and appreciate her as genre royalty, with a list of credits extending from ’70s blaxploitation film like Coffy and Scream, Blacula, Scream to all sorts of film and television roles spanning five decades. That said, whenever I see or hear mention of Grier, my first thought will be of her bantering in a put-on deep voice to an eye-patched Kurt Russell.

I always knew that I’d want
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The Pretender: The NBC Series Premiered 20 Years Ago (9/19/1996)

The Pretender TV show premiered 20 years ago today. Starring Michael T. Weiss, as Jarod, the action-adventure drama, created by Steven Mitchell and Craig van Sickle, ran for four seasons before being cancelled in 2000, by NBC.The series also starred: Andrea Parker, Patrick Bauchau, Jon Gries, Ryan Merriman, Richard Marcus, Alex Wexo, James Denton, Sam Ayers, Harve Presnell, Paul Dillon, Willie Gault, Dennis Cruzado, Pamela Gidley, Jason Brooks, and Ashley Peldon. Read More…
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Justice League Unlimited: The Complete Series is Now Available

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Warner Archive Collection continues its commitment to fulfilling the wishes of animation fans everywhere with the first-ever Blu-ray™ release of Justice League Unlimited: The Complete Series. The enthralling anthology will be distributed in full 16×9 widescreen presentation starting Tuesday, November 10, 2015 via WBshop.com and popular online retailers.

As the follow-up to the popular Justice League animated series, Justice League Unlimited ran from 2004-2006 and featured a huge canon of characters from the DC Comics library. After fighting off an alien invasion in the previous two-season Justice League series, our heroes find their ranks diminished and – with new dangers arising at an ever-increasing pace – the remaining crime fighters realize that protecting the entire world is going to take more technology and more manpower. A lot more. The original seven Justice Leaguers – Batman, Superman, Wonder Woman, Flash, J’onn J’onzz, Green Lantern and Hawkgirl – are now joined by an unlimited selection of allies including Green Arrow,
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Justice League Unlimited: The Complete Series hits Blu-ray

We heard back in September that Justice League Unlimited was coming to Blu-ray, and now the Warner Archive Collection has announced that Justice League Unlimited: The Complete Series will hit shelves tomorrow, November 10th, bringing all 39 episodes of the show to HD. The full press release follows…

As the follow-up to the popular Justice League animated series, Justice League Unlimited ran from 2004-2006 and featured a huge canon of characters from the DC Comics library. After fighting off an alien invasion in the previous two-season Justice League series, our heroes find their ranks diminished and – with new dangers arising at an ever-increasing pace – the remaining crime fighters realize that protecting the entire world is going to take more technology and more manpower. A lot more. The original seven Justice Leaguers – Batman, Superman, Wonder Woman, Flash, J’onn J’onzz, Green Lantern and Hawkgirl – are now joined by an unlimited
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Surprise! Justice League Unlimited Complete Series Hits Blu-Ray Tomorrow

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The popular animated series, Justice League Unlimited, is finally coming to blu-ray in a new complete series set and if you can't wait for it, you're in luck. It's releasing Tomorrow!

Well this is kinda neat. If you really enjoyed the Justice League Unlimited animated series, which has a pretty dedicated fan following (with good reason), then you should be pretty happy to hear that the entire season is coming to blu-ray for the first time in one collection. Better yet, it's landing tomorrow, November 10th.

Warner Archive Collection continues its commitment to fulfilling the wishes of animation fans everywhere with the first-ever Blu-ray™ release of Justice League Unlimited: The Complete Series. The enthralling anthology will be distributed in full 16x9 widescreen presentation starting Tuesday, November 10, 2015 via WBshop.com and popular online retailers.

As the follow-up to the popular Justice League animated series, Justice League Unlimited ran from 2004-
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Burn Notice: Meet Michael Westen, Army of One

Michael and Sam follow a lead to the man who hired Lucien the clock-maker/bomb-maker. As they arrive, the man torches his safehouse, and Michael and Sam are only able to recover his charred computer. Michael takes Sam’s place helping Jesse with a case of corporate espionage, freeing Sam to contact a friend who may be able to salvage what’s on the computer.

Jesse’s client was Richard Grombach, billionaire owner of big box stores and fast food restaurants. Sam, and now Michael, was supposed to play a hacker who joined the team of corporate spies plotting against Grombach. The actual hacking would be done by a device Jesse gave Michael, which would gather evidence against the spies. Jesse also convinced Maddie to help him on the job by taking photos. The whole thing was supposed to be relatively safe, as the criminals were thought to be white-collar.
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Burn Notice: More Than Meets the Eye

Michael and Sam travel to a clock shop in Tallahassee. The owner, Lucien Dobos (Patrick Bauchau), is also the man who built the bomb that almost killed Michael’s impersonator two episodes ago. Meanwhile, Fiona helps Jesse beef up home security for James and Sadie Forte (James Frain and Darby Stanchfield).

Eye for an Eye” was not typical of Burn Notice in that, for the most part, the regulars did not play roles to fool the bad guys. Instead, they were fooled by a couple of villains who put up solid fronts. I’ve been a fan of Patrick Bauchau since his role on NBC’s The Pretender (1996-2000). He played Sydney, a scientist who worked for the nefarious Centre. The Centre had abducted child prodigy Jarod (Michael T. Weiss), but Sydney had also been a father figure who helped raise Jarod.

In “An Eye for an Eye” Sam initially doubted whether Lucien,
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Blue Bloods Review: Jamie Comes Clean

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Finally.  I've been waiting all season for Jamie to confide in his family about the Blue Templar. I always thought he'd go to his Dad with it so when he brought the information to Danny instead I was both happy and surprised.

"Cellar Boy" started off with the murder of the Reagan's family friends. The Clearys sounded like the unhappy family on the block that everyone else gossiped about.

The Dad was a pillar of the community but a bastard at home, calling Ronnie, his mentally ill son "Cellar Boy" while Mom looked the other way. Talk about dysfunctional.

At least Ronnie could blame his bipolar disorder and his drug use for his issues.

But Al and Anne, the supposedly sane siblings, stabbed Mom and Dad to death and then set up their brother to take the fall. All because their parents were spending too much of what the kids deemed to be their inheritance.
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'Fringe,' 'Bones,' 'Parenthood,' 'NCIS: La': Find out what's next in the Spoiler Room

'Fringe,' 'Bones,' 'Parenthood,' 'NCIS: La': Find out what's next in the Spoiler Room
It’s been quite the week for TV, Roomies. And as we head into finale season, the info keeps pouring in!

Below is what I’ve dug up this week, but remember that I use your inquiries as a guide. Let me know what shows you want to know about! And you can do so (as always) in two ways: via e-mail spoilerroom@ew.com and via Twitter @EWSandraG.

Fringe: Eps Tease Trippiest Episode Since ‘Brown Betty’

Full disclosure: I was originally going to preview tonight’s episode of Fringe for you, but honestly, I’m in such
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'House,' 'V,' 'Blue Bloods,' and 'Walking Dead': Find out what's next in the Spoiler Room

'House,' 'V,' 'Blue Bloods,' and 'Walking Dead': Find out what's next in the Spoiler Room
As I file this, my airplane is hopefully fueling, Roomies, for my trip to PaleyFest to dig around for scoop on your favorite shows. So email in your questions to spoilerroom@ew.com or stalk me on Twitter (@EWSandraG) where I will no doubt Tweet when I meet someone worthy of a photograph (or when things get awkward, and I need a reason to look at my phone). See you next Tuesday for another edition!

Lisa Edelstein On Cuddy ‘Dealing With The Fallout’ Of The Big Huddy Breakup

There’s quite obviously a rough road ahead for Lisa Cuddy and Co.
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Blue Bloods Review: Who Do You Trust?

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Who do you trust? That is the question I was left with after "Hall of Mirrors." The episode kept everyone guessing about the amount of faith they possessed in their partner and in their family members.

Does anyone else find Detective Molevsky exceptionally sleazy? With just two scenes, Michael T. Weiss has banished all reminders of his role as a good guy on The Pretender from my mind. Molevsky’s thinly veiled threats to Jamie were unnerving.

Will Jamie finally go to his father about this case? If not, what more it will take? The FBI has come to Jamie about his brother’s death. Officer Gonzalev suspiciously killed herself after talking to Jamie about the case and now Detective Molevsky is threatening him. Renzulli thinks Jamie has good intincts, but at what point do those instincts tell him he can’t handle this on his own?

Although I wasn
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Melissa Reeves: The We Love Soaps TV Interview, Part One

Melissa Reeves is considered by many to be one of the nicest and most down-to-earth actresses working in daytime today. After a four-year absence, she is now back as Jennifer Rose Horton Deveraux and about to find herself in a whole lot of trouble in Salem. But how did this aspiring dancer from New Jersey end up moving to Los Angeles, Nashville, and back again? And what does she think about the stories that she has played out on screen and off camera for the past 26 years? Please join us for this very special multi-part interview to learn more about the actress, the rebel, the mother, the survivor.

We Love Soaps TV: Melissa, it is wonderful to speak with you. You grew up about an hour outside of New York City?

Melissa Reeves: Yes, I grew up in Red Bank, New Jersey. When I was about 13 years old I
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Melissa Reeves: The We Love Soaps TV Interview, Part Two

In Part One of our interview with Melissa Reeves, the acclaimed actress discussed her aspirations to be a dancer in New York, and her experience working on the brand new soap, Santa Barbara. In Part Two below, Reeves reflects on Jennifer Rose's trials and tribulations in the 1980s on Days Of Our Lives, the Jack & Jennifer phenomenon, and offers insights into working with the late Frances Reid and Macdonald Carey. With which co-star did she share a book club? Find out below!

We Love Soaps TV: Tell me about working with Frances Reid.

Melissa Reeves: She taught me everything about this business. We would sit in her room for hours every single day. Every single day. She was really the only person I worked with aside from Michael T. Weiss for the longest time. She would teach me, she would tell me stories. She was a feisty old bull,
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IMDb Starmeter

According to the Internet Movie DataBase (IMDb.com): "The STARmeter rankings provide a snapshot of who's popular based on the searches of millions of IMDb users. Updated weekly, these rankings also graph the popularity of people over time and determine which events affect public awareness."  Here is a listing of some present and past soap stars and their current ranking, as well as some public figures.  Do you agree with the list? Is Lisa Rinna really more popular than President Obama? Weigh in below.   1. Darren Criss (Glee) 3. Leonardo DiCaprio (ex-santa Barbara)4. Johnny Depp (star of Dark Shadows movie)9. Dot Jones (Glee, Venice) 11. Jill Clayburgh (ex-sft)19. Brad Pitt (ex-aw)28. Amber Tamblyn (ex-gh)54. James Franco (ex-gh) 101. Parker Posey (ex-atwt)

119. Jessica Lowndes (90210) 121. Amanda Seyfried (ex-atwt)125. Demi Moore (ex-gh)134. Lyndsy Fonseca (ex Dh, ex-y&R)144. Courtney Thorne-Smith (ex-Melrose Place)157. Morgan Freeman (ex-aw)189. Josh Duhamel (ex-amc)200. Julianne Moore (ex-atwt)208. Paul Wesley (ex-gl)236. Lindsay Lohan
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Gay of the Dead #27: The Lair, Season Three (Part 1 of 2)

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Gay of the Dead #27: The Lair, Season Three (Part 1 of 2)
The Guilty Pleasure Fairy visited me in my sleep recently and left The Lair: Season Three under my pillow. Woo-hoo! The Fred Olen Ray vampire-sex-club soap opera is back—now with 100 percent more Sybil Danning! Courtesy of the friendly folks at here! TV (I really wish they’d just break down and capitalize “Here”—seriously), which is currently airing the series on-demand, I had a chance to chat briefly with a few of the stars of this new season.

First up is Frankie Valenti, or, as he’s more widely known, adult-film star Johnny Hazzard. His bad-boy image has served him well in the adult world since 2003, and he has won several “Grabby” and GayVN Awards for his performances in videos like Detention and Wrong Side Of The Tracks. Season two of The Lair was his first straight acting gig, and he returns in the third as Tim, having
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Photo Flash: Impressionism At The Gerald Schoenfeld Theater

Joan Allen and Jeremy Irons have returned to Broadway to star together in the world premiere of Impressionism, a new American play by Michael Jacobs opening at the Gerald Schoenfeld Theatre on Tuesday March 24, 2009. The production, directed by Tony Award-winner Jack O'Brien began preview performances on February 28. The cast features Marsha Mason, Andr? De Shields, Michael T. Weiss, Aaron Lazar, Margarita Levieva and Hadley Delany.
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DVDs and screeners received: ‘Dennis Potter: 3 to Remember,’ ‘Holly,’ more

DVDs you can buy: Dennis Potter: 3 to Remember. Collection of three telefilms written by the legendary Dennis Potter: Blade on the Feather, Rain on the Roof, and Cream in My Coffee. [available February 10; Region 1; available in Region 2 under the name Dennis Potter at London Weekend Television] The Romance of Astrea and Celadon. A new romantic fantasy from Eric Rohmer, nominee for the Venice Film Festival’s Golden Lion. [available February 10; Region 1; available now in Region 2] Iowa. Drama set among the Midwestern crystal meth epidemic, starring Rosanna Arquette, John Savage, and Michael T. Weiss. [available February 10; Region 1]
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Impressionism starring Jeremy Irons and Joan Allen Begins Rehearsals 1/20

Rehearsals for the new American play Impressionism starring Tony Award winners Jeremy Irons and Joan Allen will begin on Tuesday January 20 in New York. The production, which will be directed by Tony Award-winner Jack O'Brien, will begin preview performances on February 28 and open on March 12 at the Gerald Schoenfeld Theatre (236 West 45 Street). The cast features Marsha Mason, Andre DeShields, Michael T. Weiss, Aaron Lazar, and Margarita Levieva.
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