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Best Television of 2012
I haven’t written a round-up on television in 10 years. Which is strange because I watch a fair amount of television. As someone who used to want to be a screenwriter, television has always fascinated me because it provides such … Continue reading
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My thoughts about the casting of Mekhi Phifer and Bill Pullman in the new series of Torchwood.
Posted in Film, Television Tagged Amanda Peet, BBC, Bill Pullman, Bourne trilogy, CIA, Claire Danes, Igby Goes Down, Jason Bourne, Lisa Kudrow, Matt Damon, Mekhi Phifer, O, Othello, Ryan Phillippe, Shakespeare, The Opposite of Sex, This Christmas, Torchwood Leave a comment