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Tuesday Throwback: Twix's "Get The Girl"

A man (Adam Pally) and a woman (Abigail Spencer) are hitting it off at a party, which leads the guy to jump the gun and ask if she wants to go back to his apartment. 76 more words

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SXSW: Most Likely To Murder

Billy was the king of his high school but high school was a long time ago. He puts up a pretty glamourous facade which is easy(ish) to maintain as long as he’s a long way from home but if people could see the reality of his Vegas life, they might see him as a figure more to be pitied than celebrated. 438 more words

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A-Z Bonus Review Month - S - Search Party (2014)

Director: Scot Armstrong

Writer: Mike Gagerman, Andrew Waller, Scot Armstrong (Screenplay) Mike Gagerman, Andrew Waller (Story)

Starring: Adam Pally, T.J. Miller, Thomas Middleditch, Shannon Woodward, Alison Brie, J.B, Smoove… 351 more words

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Adam Pally Breaks Down Who Is 'Most Likely to Murder' - SXSW

Described as Alfred Hitchcock’s Rear Window for stoners, Most Likely to Murder follows Billy (Adam Pally), who comes back to his hometown expecting a prodigal son type of welcome but instead he finds his ex (Rachel Bloom) is dating the former high school outcast (Vincent Kartheiser). 189 more words

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SXSW Film Review: Most Likely to Murder Will Most Likely Be Forgotten

Most Likely to Murder is a modest, low-budget comedy premiering at a festival that’s also host to spectacles like Steven Spielberg’s Ready Player One¬†and star-powered “indies” with ultra-high concepts, from John Krasinski’s… 855 more words

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Movie Reviews: Night Owls

When you are a night owl searching for a flick to watch in bed, what’s more fitting than a movie called Night Owls?

It is yet another story of boy meets girl. 258 more words

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2ST's Messy Town Painted as Red as a Cardinal

Review: 2ST’s Messy Town Painted as Red as a Cardinal

By Ross

Greg Pierce likes to tell some captivating tales, especially as a musical co-conspirator with John Kander in… 842 more words

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