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The Surprising Complexity of Crazy Ex-Girlfriend

Not every piece of media is made for every person. That’s a pretty basic idea, but something that really seems to blow people’s minds when they get so up in arms about people not liking the things that they like. 1,064 more words


27 Dresses | Movie Review

Directed by Anne Fletcher Starring
  • Katherine Heigl
  • James Marsden
  • Malin Akerman
  • Edward Burns
Screenplay by Aline Brosh McKenna Genre Comedy, Romance Certificate

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Movie Reviews

Songwriting Team for CW's 'Crazy Ex-Girlfriend' Harmonize About Their Process

When it debuted in October 2015, CW’s “Crazy Ex-Girlfriend” seemed on shaky ground. The hour-long series was a mashup of several genres — musical, dark comedy, satire — but it ultimately proved the naysayers wrong. 767 more words


Why Plunging Into 'Crazy Ex-Girlfriend' on Netflix Makes Sense

The news that the CW’s fare is going to live on Netflix — and that full seasons will arrive on the streaming platform even earlier than they have in the past — is good news for TV fans. 1,288 more words


'Crazy Ex-Girlfriend's Rachel Bloom And Aline Brosh McKenna On Making Music And Writing Together

Aline Brosh McKenna (The Devil Wears Prada) wasn’t necessarily looking to do TV comedy when she stumbled on Rachel Bloom. “I was procrastinating at work,” McKenna says, “and I saw one of Rachel’s videos and I was so smitten with it that I then just watched as many of her videos as I could find.” 1,090 more words


Inside 'Crazy Ex-Girlfriend' Boss Aline Brosh McKenna's Office

Tucked away in an unsuspecting neighborhood in the San Fernando Valley are the offices and stages of the CW series “Crazy Ex-Girlfriend.” The freshman musical-comedy was co-created by star Rachel Bloom, who plays Rebecca, and Aline Brosh McKenna, who oversees the writing staff. 253 more words


Crazy Ex-Girlfriend

We’ve heard it all before, from our brothers, our guy friends, a random dude – “I have a crazy ex-girlfriend!”, “my ex is crazy!”, “that b*tch is cray!”  683 more words