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Julia R. Kennish

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‘El Camino’ Is So Good, It Doesn’t Need to Have a Point

“El Camino” gives its audience closure, another dose of expert film-making, and the chance to see Bryan Cranston and Aaron Paul reprise their iconic roles for perhaps the last time, but does this final chapter taint what came before it?


‘Where’s My Roy Cohn?’: The Art of the Offensive

This film delves deep into Cohn’s complicated history to give the viewer an insight into what created such an evil man, explaining his character rather than reducing him to his horrible public image.