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Melissa McCarthy is a Comedy Goddess, and Spy is a laugh riot

When Paul Feig and Melissa McCarthy team up, comedy magic happens.  Bridesmaids was comedy gold.  And they’ve even brought back Rose Byrne as Melissa’s foil in Spy, as Rahna Boyanov. 380 more words

"The Girl on the Train" trailer finally debuts

By Mandela Wells



The highly anticipated “The Girl On the Train” movie hits theaters October 7th and the first trailer has been released. 211 more words

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Judy Greer Is Making Her Feature Directorial Debut with a Dramedy of "Sex, Lies and Dead Bodies," Starring Common

The Hollywood Reporter has announced that Judy Greer will be making her feature directorial debut with a seemingly very dark dramedy — in that it takes place at a small Los Angeles school that’s the “backdrop for an all-in-one-day tale of sex, lies and dead bodies.”  139 more words


0330 | Spy

Writer / director Paul Feig’s third collaboration with Melissa McCarthy is a spoof on the male-centric spy genre, though in truth it only ever manages to fix its sights firmly on the James Bond films, mimicking the work of John Barry, the use of gadgets and the glitzy locations while incorporating its own versions of the helicopter, plane and motorbike stunts that have become… 556 more words

Film Reviews

I SPY...a Melissa McCarthy film!!

NO MAJOR PLOT SPOILERS HERE, but if you’re someone that doesn’t want to know ANYTHING before you see a flick, then fine, navigate the fuck onnnnoutta here. 930 more words


Spy (2015)

Spy just isn’t funny.  It might be to you but, save for some fun moments where Jason Statham revels in self-awareness… well, humour is subjective and I just don’t get this particular rambling, post-Apatow brand.   136 more words