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The top 10 episodes of The Sopranos

By Simon Miraudo February 21, 2014 The Sopranos aired its first episode on January 10, 1999, resulting in a seismic shift of the entertainment landscape. In the fifteen years since its premiere, the perception of Television as Cinema’s shorter, cheaper, trashier little brother has been completely upended, and much of that is thanks to David […]

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Sopranos creator David Chase to direct Little Black Dress

Paramount Pictures has purchased a spec script by Sopranos creator David Chase titled Little Black Dress, Deadline reports. The flick will be Chase’s second directorial effort since wrapping that iconic HBO show, following 2012’s tepidly received Not Fade Away. Details are under wraps, but it will reportedly center on a “twentysomething female war veteran who comes back […]

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R.I.P. James Gandolfini

James Gandolfini, the three-time Emmy winning actor best known for portraying mob boss Tony Soprano with surprising heart and humour, has died while holidaying in Italy. He was 51 years old. Gandolfini’s representatives confirmed his passing on Wednesday evening, though they did not state a cause of death. HBO’s initial statement suggested he succumbed to […]

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Television Revision: The Sopranos – Season 6 Part 1

By Andrew Williams June 11, 2013 Television Revision is a weekly feature in which our tuned in TV critic trawls through the best the box has to offer, giving you a primer on some of history’s finest shows (and warning you away from the specific episodes – or even seasons! – that might have ruined […]

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Television Revision: The Sopranos – Season 4

By Andrew Williams May 7, 2013 Television Revision is a weekly feature in which our tuned in TV critic trawls through the best the box has to offer, giving you a primer on some of history’s finest shows (and warning you away from the specific episodes – or even seasons! – that might have ruined […]

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Television Revision: The Sopranos – Season 3

By Andrew Williams April 23, 2013 Television Revision is a weekly feature in which our tuned in TV critic trawls through the best the box has to offer, giving you a primer on some of history’s finest shows (and warning you away from the specific episodes – or even seasons! – that might have ruined […]

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Television Revision: The Sopranos – Season 1

By Andrew Williams March 19, 2013 Television Revision is a weekly feature in which our tuned in TV critic trawls through the best the box has to offer, giving you a primer on some of history’s finest shows (and warning you away from the specific episodes – or even seasons! – that might have ruined […]

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Trailer Debut: Not Fade Away

The trailer for The Sopranos’ creator David Chase’s feature film debut, Not Fade Away, hit the internet recently and surprised everyone with its conventionality. Still set in New Jersey but with no gangsters, Not Fade Away stars James Gandolfini, Brad Garrett, and new faces Bella Heathcote and Jack Huston. The movie seems to be like […]

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Underbelly to be remade in America

The rights to the hit Australian crime drama Underbelly have been purchased by U.S. cable network Starz, and CEO Chris Albrecht now plans to remake it for American audiences. Albrecht, former chief of HBO (home of The Sopranos), hopes the U.S. adaptation of the series will replicate the same success abroad as it has had […]

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The 5 Worst TV Dads

We’re kicking off Father’s Day a week early here at Quickflix. Check back here every day for a rundown of the best (and worst) dad’s in movies and television. Today we’re naming (and shaming) the five worst dad’s on TV. 5. Homer Simpson – The Simpsons Fatherly Advice: “Kids, you tried your best and you […]

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