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The Big Sick - A Review

Directed by Michael Showalter. Starring Kumail Nanjiani, Zoe Kazan, Holly Hunter, Ray Romano, Adeel Akhtar, Anupam Kher, Zenobia Shroff. Running Time: 117 minutes.

While films which opt to remain safely inside the boundaries of a single genre may not attract plaudits for boldness or innovation, they may at least entertain those filmgoers who wish for nothing more than a couple of hours’ worth of diversion that does what it says on the tin, as it were. 438 more words

Film Review

[REVIEW] The Big Sick is a breath of fresh air you'll want to take advantage of.

THE SHORT REVIEW: The Big Sick is well-written and equally well-performed, with the perfect mixture of comedy and drama. It benefits hugely from being grounded in reality and the cast is nothing short of fantastic. 574 more words

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Oh, man.  Is it Saturday yet?

This week has been a bit odd in that I had to go in for my permanent filling earlier.  Things went well.   901 more words

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#TBT: A Trip Down Apatow Lane

Not one, but two #TBT films today that reflect the heart and soul behind them: Judd Apatow. Michelle takes on Nicholas Stoller’s Forgetting Sarah Marshall… 962 more words

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Judd Apatow

Director of the new and improved (yeah right) Ghostbusters movie wasn’t keen on introspection or integration of critique of his baby.

But who needs all those pesky and stinky white males, right? 38 more words

3 Original Netflix Series Streaming in March

Out of things to watch on Netflix? Don’t fret March brings lots of new series and movies to our lives. After exhausting a majority of what Netflix provides me, I’ve turned to the Hulu realm but these original series releases will bring me back home ( for at least long enough to binge-watch). 282 more words

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Apatow, “Freaks and Geeks.”

My high school friends were all about this show. I remember thinking, “Why would I watch this? I’m going to school tomorrow.”