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John McTiernan on John McClane’s climactic jump — and Hans Gruber’s final, fatal plunge.
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We break down what you need to know about the iconic British film studio.
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Outside of Argentina, the late actor was best known for his work with del Toro.
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“Frank, until the very last line, remains a guy.”
A wide-ranging conversation with the creator and host of Mystery Science Theater 3000: The Return.
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It’s been a long time since the Thai action star has been able to show off his greatness.
The one-off installment is a weak attempt to tie up Sense8’s loose ends.
Fear the Walking Dead doesn’t know where to pull its audience.
“Date of Death” is a showcase for the show’s most frustrating and endearing quirks.
I’m with Madison all the way.
“Pablo & Jessica” feels loose in ways that few episodes do.
Yet again, Fear the Walking Dead won’t play fair with expectations.