So this is it folks, the Season 3 Finale. There’s a death of a major character and some good and some very bad news for Frank. Enjoy.


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Billy Corben’s portrait of a long-gone New York City spotlights Peter Gatien, the eyepatch-sporting club guru who owned several ’80s hotspots.

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Matthew McConaughey delivers one of his best-ever performances as defense attorney Mickey Haller in this slick adaptation of Michael Connelly’s crime novel.

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Steven Silver’s harrowing docudrama showcases four conflict photographers based in Apartheid-ravaged South Africa who risked life and limb in capturing “the truth.”

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Ron Howard burns rubber and crunches metal in his directorial debut, a likable B-movie quickie from uber-producer Roger Corman.

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Celine Danhier’s alternately fascinating and infuriating documentary takes a look at New York City’s “No Wave” filmmaking movement that featured such underground artists as Nick Zedd, Richard Kern and Jim Jarmusch.

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The Material Girl explores her favorite subject — herself — in this shameless (and terrifically entertaining) vanity project disguised as a “documentary.”

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If you’re looking for ten can’t-miss South Park episodes, then definitely “Play All” with this collection compiled by creators Trey Parker and Matt Stone.

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Sheena is a punk rocker and this Roger Corman-produced musical comedy featuring the Ramones is a piece of punk cinema that you shouldn’t miss.

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James Cameron’s sci-fi action classic about a robot assassin from the future is still a taut and intense ride.

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Nicolas Cage brings the weird and then some in this astonishing curiosity piece about a New York yuppie who thinks he’s becoming a real creature of the night.

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Brian De Palma’s gonzo crime opera features a must-be-seen-to-be-believed performance by Al Pacino as a Cuban immigrant turned Miami drug lord.

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This stunning, inspiring and ultimately very bittersweet documentary chronicles Philippe Petit’s 1974 high-wire walk between the Twin Towers of the World Trade Center.

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Tim Burton’s startlingly creative comic fantasy features Michael Keaton’s unforgettable performance as the “Ghost with the Most.

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The dream of the ’90s is alive in this amusing and often surreal sketch comedy show starring Fred Armisen and Carrie Brownstein.

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Get down with this trippy documentary about the substance that might very well be the “Force” that George Lucas has been talking about all these years.

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