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Vice Principals Series Finale: “The Union of the Wizard & the Warrior”

Vice Principals Series Finale: “The Union of the Wizard & the Warrior”

A few days ago saw the violent and cataclysmic end of the season and show Vice Principals.  The show is no stranger to turmoil, as the first season gave us an arson and shooting of Neal Gamby. This season followed that up nicely with all sorts of Lee and Gamby antics and gave us a finale I will probably be talking about for years. Gamby believes that Lee is the one who shot him and uses Lee’s past to get rid of him. Lee isn’t going to let things go though as he becomes determined to find who really shot Gamby. If only so he can become BFFs with Gamby again. Because let’s be real, their bromance is absolutely the best part...

HBOWatch Movie Review: “Split”

HBOWatch Movie Review: “Split”

When it was announced that M. Knight Shyamalan had a new movie coming out, you could understand why I would be skeptical and a tad worried. He hasn’t at times had the best reputation for good films. It took seeing the trailer for me to be convinced it would be worth my time.  And how my, it was well worth my time, but take a look and see for yourself. I gotta say, that trailer completely gives me the hee-bee-jee-bees.  If James McAvoy is not on the radar for an Oscar, then the whole Oscar system needs to be reevaluated. McAvoy stars as Kevin, a man with 23 distinct personalities all percolating inside his brain space, and a 24th...

Vice Principals: “The Most Popular Boy”

Vice Principals: “The Most Popular Boy”

While the season is rapidly coming to a close and an end to the show, we still got to enjoy some fresh Gamby and Lee antics this week. After nearly blowing up his marriage, Lee seeks to make things right. Meanwhile, Gamby has taken up with Abbott and I’m starting to wonder how crazy she really is. Can’t say this show has ever been boring in its short run. Earlier this season we saw the relationship Lee had with his sisters. The constant bullying is what created Lee’s lying streak in his life, and this week we got to see the true depth of how far he would go and the damage it can cause. After learning last week that Lee...

The Deuce: “Why Me?”

The Deuce: “Why Me?”

We’re over the midseason mark and seeing the evolution of characters as time goes on. Candy (Maggie Gyllenhaal) believes she’s made her way off the street and in front of the camera, but slow work and a quick move by her lover remind her the street is never far away. Vinnie (James Franco) has come a long way from tending bar at two different pubs to now being an investor in a massage parlor/whorehouse. And the streets themselves even take a turn as changes in obscenity laws and political moves by the police force crackdowns. What a week! Candy/Eileen continues to be my favorite character as she strives to find the best way to...

Vice Principals: “Think Change”

Vice Principals: “Think Change”

  The hunt for Gamby’s shooter is still going but takes a back seat this week. In this episode, we get to know Lee more and how he has become the person he is. When we first meet Lee, we can tell he’s kind of a conniving guy and that lying seems to come pretty easy for him. And as the series has continued, that behavior has become more abundant and obvious.  Lee is really good at being a sneaky bad guy. But people aren’t born that way. Lee finds out at the beginning of the episode that his father has passed, which means he will need to be gone for a day for the funeral, leaving Gamby in charge. From the start, you...

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