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    Film Review: ‘Scoob!’ Is a Manic Misstep

    “Scoob!” may be a computer-animated modern reboot of the Hanna-Barbera classic series, but the sleuth squad of childhood legend is nowhere to be found. “Scoob!” has a frightening case of impostor syndrome. The goofy ’70s sound effects are here, the singular exclamations like “zoinks” and “jinkies” are present, but other than Frank Welker’s befuddled “ruff” […] More

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    TV Review: New Quibi Movie ‘Flipped’ Needs a Makeover

    Can anyone flip a house? Kaitlin Olson and Will Forte prove that, with a little bit of monetary help, anything is possible in “Flipped,” Quibi’s first comedy series. While Quibi promises “Quick Bites and Big Stories,” “Flipped” comes off particularly small and low energy. The cast makes for an enjoyable, quick watch. However, this quick […] More

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    Film Review: ‘Extra Ordinary’ Is Weird, Wacky, and Destined to Be Your New Cult Favorite

    Sadly, this year’s SXSW festival has been canceled, but one of last year’s most unexpected delights, “Extra Ordinary,” finally makes its way to theaters. Maeve Higgins stars as Rose Dooley, a driving instructor from a small Irish town in this quirky horror comedy. But, you see, Rose isn’t just a driving instructor. She has spent […] More

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    Six Spot: 2013 Best Supporting Actor

    Welcome to the second post of the newly revived Six Spot series! You’ve asked, and we’ve delivered. We polled users on Twitter to see which year we should do for Supporting Actor Six Spot. The winner was the 2013 Best Supporting Actor race. This week also had a winner who swept the precursors and a nominee who […] More

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    Film Review: ‘A Futile and Stupid Gesture’ is a the Meta-Comedy Biopic of National Lampoon

    National Lampoon Magazine was once the most important comedy magazine in America. It was simultaneously vile, inappropriate, and incredibly insightful in its satire. The level of talent assembled to write for the magazine was incredible but it remains underappreciated. Perhaps no individual embodies this underappreciation more than Doug Kenney, one of the comedy geniuses who co-founded the […] More

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    TV Recap: ‘The Last Man on Earth’ Season 3, Episode 10: “Got Milk?”

    When we last saw “The Last Man on Earth’s” last men and women on Earth way back in December, Tandy and Carol had gone on a honeymoon that ended up centered on a catfish, Lewis and Erica were working diligently in a flight simulator, Todd had literally talked Melissa off the side of a building, […] More

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    EXCLUSIVE: A Conversation With Val Kilmer: The ‘Cinema Twain’ Voyage

    On the night of December 22, 2016, inside the intimate setting of the historical Clay Theater in San Francisco, Val Kilmer casually emerged from the dark void of the audience, seemingly appearing out of nowhere to take the stage and present his indelible masterpiece, “Cinema Twain,” the film of his one-man play “Citizen Twain,” which he […] More

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    Emmy Episode Analysis: Can Kevin Spacey win his first Emmy?

    Few trends have been as prevalent in TV as the rise of the male antihero. Walter White and Don Draper ushered in a new era of TV bad boys that would dominate the landscape. A simple perusal of the shows out today focus on men who can’t quite behave. Even further, Emmy can’t help but […] More

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    Film Review: Keanu (★★★)

    There is the skeleton of an absolutely masterful satire located within Keanu. Sure, this action comedy pays lip service to its own satirical elements, but it’s designed for slightly more broad appeal than the biting genre takedown it could have been. As much as this film might seem like a missed opportunity, it’s still an […] More

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    Sam Rockwell, Amy Ryan and Jemaine Clement Star star in DON VERDEAN Arriving on Blu-ray, DVD and Digital HD 3/1

    SANTA MONICA, CA (December 16, 2015) – Sam Rockwell (Iron Man 2), Amy Ryan (Capote) and Jemaine Clement (HBO’s “Flight of the Conchords”) put a comedic spin on evangelical fraud in the wildly funny adventure, Don Verdean, arriving on Blu-ray™ (plus Digital HD), DVD (plus Digital) and Digital HD March 1 from Lionsgate. The “absurdly […] More

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