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Whether they’re made in the 80s or set in the 80s, these are the films that do coming of age wonderfully well…
Ah, the 1980s. It’s a decade that means so much to so many of us. It’s where our childhoods were spent, where much of our culture either originated in or came to mainstream prominence. It’s where we grew up. It’s a decade so powerful in terms of music, fashion, and nostalgia that it seems the perfect age for a coming-of-age movie. Many of the classics were made then, and many of the modern classics have returned there. Here are the best 25 80s coming-of-age films.
6. Pretty In Pink: A new wave soundtrack provides the music to John Hughes most grown-up teen film, in which Andie, a single father kid from the wrong side of the tracks gets together with Blane, a rich popular boy. Obviously it doesn’t go smoothly. While centred around a prom, with the usual high school politics at play, it’s the grittiness at the heart of Pretty In Pink which adds depth to the film. Easily Molly Ringwald’s best performance from this era, her lost and lonely take on Andie is heartbreaking at points. Read More: // here

by Jules May 21, 2016 Leave a Comment

Screencaps from THE BLACKLIST SEASON 3 are Easy added to the gallery. Episodes 9, 11, 12, 13, 14, 15 and 16.

by Jules April 30, 2016 Leave a Comment

This week Amazon launched its standalone Instant Video streaming plan (a whole dollar cheaper than Netflix’s monthly fee), which should entice those of you who put off by Amazon Prime’s annual fees. If you need further convincing, there’s lots of great new content coming to the service next month, like HBO favorites Mr. Show With Bob and David and Boardwalk Empire, and plenty of films both old and new. Read on for our guide to what’s hitting Amazon Prime Instant Video in May.
May 1: Sex, Lies, And Videotape
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by Jules April 30, 2016 Leave a Comment

Following the death of Agent Keen (Megan Boone) on last week’s “Blacklist,” the show put forth an episode that is wall-to-wall James Spader grieving as Raymond Reddington — and all the awards should just be given to Spader immediately. Plus, there was a major reveal in the last few moments of the episodes, but don’t keep reading if you haven’t watched “Cape May” yet.
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by Jules April 30, 2016 Leave a Comment

We had assumed that because of the shocking events on this past episode of “The Blacklist,” NBC was choosing to be extremely coy on releasing the synopsis for the installment that followed. We hadn’t heard anything about 3×19 in the days leading up to “Mr. Solomon: Conclusion” airing, and there were few other reasons to imagine why this was the case. Well, NBC has finally now released the official synopsis for the next new episode entitled “Cape May,” and the rather-interesting thing about it is that it actually does not give too much away at all. Take a look below: Read More: // here

by Jules April 17, 2016 Leave a Comment

We warned you The Blacklist nuptials wouldn’t have a happy ending. Read More: // here

by Jules April 17, 2016 Leave a Comment

Lizzie’s going to the chapel and she’s going to get married… just as long as Mr. Solomon doesn’t kill her entire wedding party. Read More: // here

by Jules April 10, 2016 Leave a Comment

Tawny Cypress (Unforgettable) has been cast as a series regular opposite Famke Janssen, Ryan Eggold and Edi Gathegi in NBC’s proposed spinoff from The Blacklist. Like fellow new Blacklist addition Janssen, Cypress will recur on the last couple of episodes of the original series this season and become a regular should NBC proceed with the project as a new series for next season. Read More: // here

by Jules April 10, 2016 Leave a Comment

Edi Gathegi, who has been heavily recurring on The Blacklist this season, is set to segue to the proposed spinoff of the popular NBC series. Gathegi will be a series regular opposite Famke Janssen and Ryan Eggold if the spinoff goes to series, reprising his role as Matias Solomon, a Cabal operative sent to hunt down Reddington. Read More: // here

by Jules April 10, 2016 Leave a Comment

Ryan Eggold has joined the cast of NBC’s Blacklist spin-off, EW has learned. The actor stars on the flagship series as Tom Keen, the former husband of Liz Keen (Megan Boone). Tom was revealed to be planted in Liz’s life, but later reconciled with the former FBI agent. Read More: // here

by Jules April 10, 2016 Leave a Comment