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Juno

This film is so simple yet so entertaining and fun to watch. I really thought it was fantastic and this was the first film of Ellen Page’s that I’d seen. 350 more words

Comedies

The People's Choice Awards: You Did This to Yourselves

It’s the People’s Choice Awards! The actual popularity contest has as its claim to fame the fact that it’s the only awards show with prizes selected by We the People, its status as the first awards show of the season, and a *ahem* desirable Wednesday night from 9 to 11 p.m. 1,298 more words

VIDEO: Martin Sheen talks about 'The West Wing'

Legendary actor Martin Sheen talk to Pete McMurray and reflects on his time spent playing President Bartlet on “The West Wing,” and learning how to perform the lines that Aaron Sorkin wrote for the character, not the actor. 15 more words

Pete McMurray

Least Romantic Night

One of my absolute favorite film monologues was delivered by Alison Janney and written by Josh Radnor, in his film, “Liberal Arts”. In this scene Jesse (Radnor) has just had a quick roll with his former college Professor, Judith Fairfield and finds himself unceremoniously kicked out of the sack. 28 more words

Film

153. tammy (2014)

This was a lot better than I expected. It certainly owes a lot to Alexander Payne but instead of feeling like a poor-imitation it actually manages to meet the same pitch and tone as something like… 306 more words

Media Diet

REVIEW: Melissa McCarthy and Her Hammy Calamity Tammy

Tammy, the new movie starring, produced and cowritten by Melissa McCarthy, could be an artifact from some alternate universe: the creatures there resemble Earthlings but have an entirely different and debased idea of what’s funny. 1,067 more words

Watch Melissa McCarthy and Susan Sarandon in new 'Tammy' trailer

There’s a new trailer for Melissa McCarthy’s latest¬†movie,¬†Tammy, and one thing is clear: Tammy is not good at robbing or “un-robbing” fast food restaurants. 79 more words

Movies