On the show's examination of good versus evil: Kitsis: It seems black and white, but life isn't black and white -- people
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In preparation for the finale, The Huffington Post spoke to Raymond-James about what the finale has in store for Neal's relationships
'Once Upon A Time': Belle's Cursed Memories Bring Out Her Dark Side With Rumplestiltskin In 'Lacey' (VIDEO)
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As we approach the "Once Upon a Time" Season 2 finale, we continue to learn more about the tangled histories of our favorite
This week's episode of shifted the focus back to Rumplestiltskin and Belle and their tentative romance, following our imp as he attempted to find a way out of Storybrooke, and in the Fairytale Land That Was, showing Belle's encounters with several kinds of men, both beastly and misunderstood.
Fans already know that relationships are at the heart of "Once Upon a Time," from the epic love story of Snow White and Prince
'Once Upon A Time' Season 2 Midseason Finale: Cast Previews Unlikely Alliances, Overdue Confrontations
One of the most intriguing (and potentially catastrophic) developments in last week's episode was the uneasy alliance that
Red has kind of been Charming's right-hand woman in Storybrooke since the curse broke. Will that continue? You're definitely
This week's "Once Upon a Time" certainly fit in with the rest of ABC's Halloween fare, with an abundance of lightning and shambling monsters and creepy heart stealing -- but the end result left me a little cold.
Good ideas and the exceptional casting of Colin O'Donoghue as Captain Hook were all that saved this episode, which seemed sadly weighed down with clunky dialogue and the kind of wooden acting that makes Pinocchio look like a real boy by comparison.
"Once Upon A Time" airs Sun., Oct. 21 at 8 p.m. ET on ABC. In the first clip, we see Rumplestiltskin (Robert Carlyle) having
"Broken" was a gripping and competently plotted hour -- none of the scenes felt extraneous and although there was undoubtedly a lot of plot and set-up to get through in 42 minutes, the narrative certainly felt more liberated without the curse.
I didn't even think about the potential clash. I imagined you would be shooting it during hiatus, but it doesn't always work
I was expecting to love tonight's "Once Upon a Time" a little more than I actually did. I can't really put my finger on why, except to say that it felt a little like it was missing its heart somehow. (How apt.)
I feel as though I carved a solid four days of films out of the 2012 Sundance Film Festival, concluding with a final day that offered four films, the best of which was at once mysterious and compelling.
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