Posts Tagged ‘ian mckellen’

Arts Roundup: Famous White Guys Edition

Georgetown's Heiner Contemporary gallery has closed. [Arts Desk]
Wow: Olney Theatre snags Sir Ian McKellen's voice. [Post]
More wows: Sting and Paul Simon to play a benefit for the Duke Ellington school. [Post]
And yeah, Kraftwerk is coming to the 9:30 Club. [BYT]
But will Bill Murray come to town for a Groundhog Day event? Ehhh, probably not. [Huffington Post D.C.]

Critical Mass: Why AMC’s Update of The Prisoner (Still, Mostly) Sucks

Wherein two dweebs whose fealty to the 1967 British spy-fi, allegori-stential cult TV series “The Prisoner” is of a Degree Absolute, yak through — er, discuss — our semi-digested reactions to AMC’s three-night, six-hour remake, the final installment of which aired last night. (Parts one and two of our discussion are here and here.) Spoilers [...]

Critical Mass: Why AMC’s Update of The Prisoner Sucks

Wherein two dweebs whose fealty to the 1967 British spy-fi, allegori-stential cult TV series The Prisoner is of a Degree Absolute, yak through — er, discuss — our semi-digested reactions to AMC’s three-night, six-hour remake, the second installment of which aired last night. (You can find our thoughts on the first installment here.) We’ll be [...]

Critical Mass: Why AMC’s Update of The Prisoner Sucks (Or Doesn’t)

Wherein two dweebs whose fealty to the 1967 British spy-fi, allegori-stential cult TV series “The Prisoner” is of a Degree Absolute, yak through — er, discuss — our semi-digested reactions to AMC’s three-night, six-hour remake, the first installment of which aired last night.  We’ll be back here 24 and 48 hours from now to debrief [...]

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