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A huge part of my childhood, was my love of Jim Carrey.  When I was young (4 or 5 or 6 years old) I would hide in the doorway of my bedroom, or behind the couch and watch In Living Color, when my mother would be watching it (I am pretty sure it was my just my mother, but I remember watching it more than who I was trying to not get caught by).  1,238 more words

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The Story Behind 'Jim & Andy: The Great Beyond' And The Madness Of Jim Carrey's Method

Before Jim Carrey was famous, he’d transform himself into someone famous. In the new documentary Jim & Andy: The Great Beyond — Featuring a Very Special, Contractually Obligated Mention of Tony Clifton, about the making of Milos Forman’s Andy Kaufman biopic… 1,278 more words

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BUNDOK BANAHAW, SACRED AND PROFANE (Dempster Samarista, 2017)

The screening that I attended yesterday in G4 was like a game of survival of the fittest. By the thirty minute mark, a mass walkout started to happen and I wasn’t even surprised. 163 more words

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The Curious Case of Jim Carrey

Ahead of the release of ‘Jim and Andy: The Great Beyond’ on Netflix this Friday, I thought I’d take a look into the life and exploits of creative and comedic genius, Jim Carrey. 956 more words

Louis CK and the Wounded Animal

This is not a defence of Louis CK. This does not excuse his actions. This is an article about how my own respect, my own love for another person’s work makes a fall from grace hurt so much more. 839 more words

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South Park: The Fractured But Whole Shouldn’t be an RPG

The response to South Park: The Fractured But Whole has been conflicted.  Critics say the predecessor was funnier, while fans accuse the critics of failing to understand the show’s comedy. 612 more words

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The Obsessive Connection #1 – Andy Kaufman

I have always been a bit weird when it comes to films and books. I usually have several books on the go at once, which I kind of pick up and put down with chore-like disinterest, and have to be in the right frame of mind to watch films, which usually means that most ‘film nights’ with the wife is taken up with me flicking endlessly through Netflix or hovering around my DVD collection with no real enthusiasm. 1,123 more words