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Adult Beginners (2014) Full Movie

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  • A young, narcissistic entrepreneur crashes and burns on the eve of his company’s big launch. With his entire life in total disarray, he leaves Manhattan to move in with his estranged pregnant sister, brother-in-law and 3-year-old nephew in the suburbs – only to become their nanny.

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IR Talks With Nick Kroll About Vices, the Greatness of Bobby Cannavale and his new Film 'Adult Beginners'

by: Jay Carlson

The following is the transcript from a roundtable interview I took part in with Nick Kroll this week. Normally, I don’t post the full transcript but I really enjoyed the natural flow of the conversation and think it stands up well to a full read. 3,403 more words


What Does It Mean to Be Grown-Up? Adult Beginners' Stars Tell Us

Does anyone really have it all together? Who knows. Adult Beginners explores the complicated world of being grown-up through the eyes of Jake (Nick Kroll), a tech entrepreneur whose seemingly-perfect life falls apart in New York City after an invention of his goes bust. 919 more words


Annie (2014) Review

The remake of “Annie” was not as impressive as I first thought after seeing the trailer. The film didn’t have the same vibe nor the charms as the original version from 1982 had. 570 more words


Trailer Park Tuesday

I’m not afraid to admit that I’m late to the Nick Kroll game.  When it comes to Comedy Central, I’ve had one focus and one focus only: … 179 more words


BLUE JASMINE (2013): Officially My Favourite Woody Allen Film

Cate Blanchett is the star of what is officially my favourite Woody Allen film, Blue Jasmine. Her performance is fantastic; a brilliantly captivating portrayal of a desperate woman very much on the edge – if not hanging directly off it. 168 more words


Danny Collins

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Danny Collins  (B+).  I am afraid my critical apparatus may be showing some signs of age.  Sappy, sentimental movies like last year’s… 194 more words

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