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    TV Review: CBS’s ‘The Neighborhood’ Tries to Make Racial Tensions Funny and Fails

    CBS comedy “The Neighborhood” is a complete contradiction. On one hand, it is very forward thinking in its concept. A comedy that addresses race relations — that sounds like a cultural home run. But “The Neighborhood” uses the stalest and uninteresting stereotypes to keep its plot afloat. The cast is a mixed bag. Cedric the […] More

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    WATCH: ‘What Men Want’ Showcases Taraji P. Henson in the Gender Swapped Comedy

    One of the brighter stars in Hollywood right now is Taraji P. Henson. Henson has been able to push herself into the spotlight since emerging as a fan favorite on “Empire” in 2015. While the actress already had an Oscar nomination prior to the show, she couldn’t seem to get many vehicles to help her become […] More

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    Brie Larson’s ‘Glass Castle’ Gets Summer Release Date

    Lionsgate announced that “The Glass Castle” will be released on August 11, according to Variety. The film stars Academy Award winner Brie Larson as Jeanette Walls, who penned the memoir upon which it is based. Larson reunites with her “Short Term 12” director Destin Cretton. Cretton also co-wrote the screenplay with Andrew Lanham, whose also wrote “The […] More

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    Max Greenfield Looking to Join Brie Larson in ‘The Glass Castle’

    “New Girl” star Max Greenfield is stepping into more dramatic fare with a potential role in the upcoming “The Glass Castle.” Greenfield is currently in talks to star in the film alongside previously announced stars Naomi Watts, Brie Larson and Woody Harrelson. Larson’s “Short Term 12” director Destin Daniel Cretton is directing. Cretton wrote the […] More

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    Film Review #2: The Big Short (★★★)

    In some ways, I truly think that only a filmmaker with a background in comedy could have made The Big Short work like it does. Co-writer/director Adam McKay takes a depressing and deeply serious subject and infuses it with enough dark comedy to make the whole thing go down smoothly. In fact, considering how dense […] More

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    SXSW: Sally Field Enters the Best Actress Race for ‘Hello, My Name is Doris’

    Two-time Academy Award winner Sally Field came back into Oscar’s good graces in 2012 with Steven Spielberg’s “Lincoln.”  A likely runner-up to Anne Hathaway’s winning performance in “Les Miserables,” we’ve waited patiently to see her next movie and that has seemed to come in the form of “Hello, My Name is Doris” which premiered at […] More

  • First Trailer for ‘About Alex’ Drops

    About a month or so ago at the Tribeca Film Festival, Clayton and I were both very taken by About Alex, the directorial debut of Jesse Zwick (yes, Edward’s offspring). The film is basically our generation’s The Big Chill, and a really strong flick. It stars Aubrey Plaza, Max Greenfield, Jason Ritter, Nate Parker, Max […] More

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    About Alex (★★★½)

    TRIBECA FILM FESTIVAL: Large ensembles have the opportunity to say different things from different characters.  Before screening at Tribeca, many were calling this “our generation’s” Big Chill from 1984, which was directed by Lawrence Kasdan and nominated for three Academy Awards including Best Picture.  While there are obvious similarities in the number of people who […] More

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    New Girl Recap 3.05 “The Box”

    Episode 3.05 “The Box” Synopsis: When Nick inherits some money from his late father, Jess is determined to put the funds to good use and secretly tackle Nick’s box of unwanted responsibilities – aka bills. Meanwhile, Schmidt tries to find meaning in life and asks for guidance from Rabbi Feiglin (guest star Jon Lovitz). Analysis: Five […] More

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    New Girl Recap 3.04 “The Captain”

    Synopsis: A vengeful Schmidt targets Jess and Nick’s relatively happy relationship. Meanwhile, when Winston learns that Furguson the cat must be neutered, he is determined to give this feline one last night of carnal glory. Analysis: After last week’s super sad and dramatic episode, we were due for an episode with some serious laughs and thankfully […] More

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