Mother's Day

1983, TV Show

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We're mesmerized by these mobsters

It started with a bang: Uncle Junior popping Tony in a fit of dementia. But most of the fireworks in this brilliant sixth season of The Sopranos have been more emotional than visceral, a psychologically riveting study of the corruption (of soul and spirit) that taints anyone within whacking distance.

That long list includes poor Gene, the hit man who hanged himself; hapless Artie Bucco, whose restaurant and psyche are in tatters; jailed Johnny Sack, whose daughter's wedding ended in his tearful public humiliation and loss of esteem; and Tony's delinquent son A.J., who can't live up to anyone's expectations and whose attempted revenge hit on Junior was truly pathetic (the kid can't even vomit like a man).

"It's not in your nature," Tony told A.J. in one of the season's many wrenching scenes of anguish and regret.

Not that there hasn't been comic rel  Read Full Article

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Free | Military Channel Aired: 1/30/2009

Greetings from SSGT Wheeler, PFC Engstrom, 1LT Dunlap and others.

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Free | Trailer Addict Posted: 10/7/2011

The third video blog for Mother's Day offering some behind the scenes footage.

Free | Trailer Addict Posted: 10/7/2011

International trailer for Mother's Day. After a bank robbery gone wrong, three brothers on the run from the law head for home, only to discover that their mother lost the house in a foreclosure. The new owners and their guests, gathered for an ill-timed birthday party, become the brothers' unwitting hostages. Their mother and sister arrive, and it soon becomes obvious that Mother (Rebecca De Mornay) will do absolutely anything to protect her children.

Free | Trailer Addict Posted: 10/7/2011

The first video blog for Mother's Day offering some behind the scenes footage.

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Criminally Good
We're mesmerized by these mobsters

It started with a bang: Uncle Junior popping Tony in a fit of dementia. But most of the fireworks in this brilliant sixth season of The Sopranos have been more emotional than visceral, a psychologically riveting study of the corruption (of soul and spirit) that taints anyone within whacking distance. That long list includes poor Gene, the hit man who hanged himself; hapless Artie Bucco, whose restaurant and psyche are in tatters; jailed Johnny Sack, whose daughter's wedding ended in his tearful public humiliation and loss of esteem; and Tony's delinquent son A.J., who can't live up to anyone's expectations and whose attempted revenge hit on Junior was truly pathetic (the kid can't even vomit like a man). "It's not in your nature," Tony told A.J. in one of the season's many wrenching scenes of anguish and regret. Not that there hasn't been comic rel read more

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Premiered: 1983, on Lifetime
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Premise: A daytime magazine show focusing on parenting issues.

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