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New Character Posters | The Nut Job 2: Nutty By Nature!

Get to know Surly and the gang in new character posters for THE NUT JOB 2: NUTTY BY NATURE! This nutty new animated comedy stars Will Arnett, Jackie Chan, Maya Rudolph, Katherine Heigl, Gabriel Iglesias, and Jeff Dunham. 189 more words

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Bobby Cannavale Is Pretty Sure His 'Master of None' Character Isn't Based On Anthony Bourdain

If you haven’t watched Master Of None’s second season on Netflix, what are you waiting for? You are missing out on the chance to live vicariously through… 408 more words

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ANT-MAN (2015)

ANT-MAN

Dr. Hank Pym recruits a master thief Scott Lang who was recently released from prison. Pym trains Scott to become “ANT-MAN” who wear the suit which allows him to shrink in scale, have super human strength and the ability to control ants. 55 more words

The Binge - MASTER OF NONE, Season Two

“America is grappling with cultural diversity, and I just want to put a show on that represents the world in which I live.” – David Alan Grier… 1,405 more words

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Final Thoughts: "Master of None" Series Two

Series two of the critically acclaimed Netflix series takes us back into the life of Dev (Aziz Ansari) who, as we left him at the end of the first series, has spontaneously taken a pasta making apprenticeship in Modena, Italy. 970 more words

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Master of None #Season2

Master of None is back for another whirlwind season, as Aziz Ansari’s Dev continues his pasta making in Italy.

The season starts with Dev getting a birthday text from his ex, Rachel, sending him off into another tailspin and world traveling adventure. 205 more words

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DADDY'S HOME (transfer) review

These “transfer” reviews are from when I only did reviews on my Facebook page back in 2015. Bare in mind when reading these, I didn’t have the same formula in my review writing that I do now, and my usual “who starred and who directed” information is completely absent, so everything “italicized” is new. 1,591 more words

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