Be crazy. And by crazy, I mean unhinged, unpredictable and inspired.
Our video essay series examines various aspects of the show, whose finale airs on May 24.
Viewers and critics alike feel very, very strongly about the endings to their favorite shows.
Life might very well lack purpose, and it might very well be a struggle, but that doesn’t mean you have to be an asshole about it.
For me, The Sopranos is a tough choice, because the three shows deal with America in different ways.
A landmark year for me as well as for the movies.
What the hell did people expect from David Chase? Closure? Satisfaction? Answers? A moral?
David Chase is the king of the double-reversal.
The Sopranos is not, and never has been, an either-or kind of show.
The Sopranos is set in a universe where good and evil have renamed themselves principle and instinct.
Written and directed by Terence Winter, “Walk Like a Man” came close to being all things to all Sopranos viewers.
This is what Tony Soprano talks about when he talks about happiness.
Nobody on the series seems to have a conception of life outside of his or her own head.