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Taxpayers must pay the freight for over-budget train projects
Topic - Kate Mara
The political thriller "House of Cards" launched its second season with support from fans in real-life Washington power circles.
It's hard to decide which aspect of "Deadfall" is the worst: The shoddy story, the cliche-filled dialogue, the stilted performances, the muddled direction, or the clunky, rhythmless editing. Thankfully, there's no need to make that decision.
A high-school reunion story that spreads attention among its high-profile cast members more evenly than the average film of this sort, Jamie Linden's "10 Years" is dedicated to the urge to believe that a single get-together can afford closure on everything from prom night disappointments to misguided life choices. More bittersweet than funny but not a downer overall, the pic has reasonable prospects with young viewers who haven't seen many of its thematic ancestors.
Josh Radnor had sleepless nights while directing "happythankyoumoreplease," which he also stars in and wrote.
Mara says the 13-episode season is "just as dark as the first."