Maggie Siff

Sons of Anarchy, Ep. 6.07: “Sweet and Vaded” takes an interesting detour

The emotional core of “Sweet and Vaded” comes from a rather unpredictable place. After seeing Walton Goggins return to the role of Venus in last week’s episode, there didn’t seem like there was going to be much a of a follow-up to his appearance. And while “Sweet and Faded” doesn’t exactly revolve around Venus’ story, it is certainly the heart of the episode.

‘Concussion’ boasts a solid ensemble but middling execution

Much like its lead character, Concussion is a film slightly crippled by the fact that it refuses to let anyone inside, to figure out what’s really on its mind. The debut film from writer-director Stacie Passon has a novel concept, no doubt, but the execution is more reminiscent of snapshots of a person’s life, beautiful on the surface, with too little going on underneath.

Sons of Anarchy, Ep. 6.01: “Straw” welcomes viewers back to Charming

While Sons of Anarchy creator Kurt Sutter tends to favor the music montage sequence for beginnings and/or ends of episodes, this season six premiere – “Straw,” which may also be the penultimate season premiere for this series, since it is only planned to run through seven seasons – opens with a montage set to Jax’s narration as he reads from a journal entry he is writing for his sons.

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