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Oh, boy. There is a lot to unpack here with the third season's premiere episode. But first, I want to say it is great to be back reviewing/recapping "Fargo" once again. It truly is a wonderful, bloody good time each year for me. Now, let's get to it. The third season's first episode is certainly a slow burn that is establishing who these characters are and some of their motives. There is not a lot of action and violence, in fact it reminded me more of the subdued nature of the film than the the first two seasons' openers.
Aw jeez, it's happening again. That's right, the third installment of FX's "Fargo" returns this week for more Midwest mayhem, violence and classic Minnesotan passive aggressiveness. This time, the show heads to the middle of our fine state in the cities of St. Cloud, Eden Prairie and Eden Valley.
There have been many times on this blog where I have poked fun of fast food with my endless well of snark.
Fifty. Joe Brown and I watched 50 (REDACTED) movies this year for this blog, along with 26 episodes of “ Fuller House ,” which nearly drove both of us frothing-at-the-mouth insane. When we started this, we were not sure what this was going to really be, but I think both of us agree that we truly hit our stride with “ Urban Cowboy ,” a film about John Travolta’s love for a mechanic bull.
Wow, Bob, wow . The mysteries of “Twin Peaks” go far back and into a lot of areas of our history and government than I ever had imagined. I say...
Brown: Now that October is over and I can drop my anxiety by not watching scary movies, I wanted to pick a personal favorite in “The Warriors.” I also wanted...
Brutal. Violent. Upsetting. These were a few of the words that popped into my head as I watched the first episode of season seven of “The Walking Dead.” For months,...
Froemming: Last week, Brown took a figurative dump in the cinematic pool of the JOE-DOWN with his choice of “ Can’t Hardly Wait. ” I could have gone out of...
Brown: Over the last two weeks, we’ve needed to cleanse our souls of “ SLC Punk 2 ” with movies like “ Cape Fear ” and “ Escape From L.A...