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'Crazy Ex-Girlfriend' Stalked By Critics' Ongoing Bafflement - TCA

Crazy Ex-Girlfriend cocreator Aline Brosh McKenna once again explained (or tried to) her quirky CW comedy. At a TCA panel today, when McKenna was asked what was up with that “Sexy French Depression” song in a recent episode, she noted, patiently, that it was inspired by music videos featuring depressed women in tangles of sheets with their hair “just so,” or despondent women careening off cliffs, or models who are “really bummed out.” 232 more words


Film: Disney wants Emma Stone for Cruella de Vil

The Hollywood Reporter claims that Emma Stone is in early talks to play a young Cruella De Vil in a live action adaptation of the Disney classic 101 Dalmations. 254 more words


'Crazy Ex-Girlfriend' Review: Make A Date With Witty Work In Progress

We all know relationships can be tricky, but as The CW’s only new addition of the fall makes very clear, they can be nutty too and also a sight to behold. 309 more words

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CEM 21 No. 800 2014, Quotes

As media changes because of new technologies more and more people are attracted to the opportunities that result. While such passion and enthusiasm are appropriate it is also appropriate to understand the reality of the situation. 145 more words


New 'Annie' remake fails to overshadow original

By Peyton Combs

Annie, a classic film that has been around for many years, has been modernized and brought back to the big screen. I’m sure that every ankle biting grade school kid who saw the film at least somewhat enjoyed the over-the-top production, but I can’t deny that watching the new remake saddened my heart. 189 more words


Adaptation #110: We Got Annie

After rolling their eyes through the 1982 Annie, the hosts are pleasantly surprised with the 2014 version. The plot changes, the updated music, and better character development led to an incredibly fun film experience. 201 more words


357 - Annie (2014)

As my primary movie-going companion and I entered the theater to watch the new Annie update, I found myself asking a question that had no yet occurred to me: “why am I seeing this?” I have no connection to the original version, and despite my appreciation for musical theater, I’m hardly a completist. 733 more words