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You May Have Rage Issues If You Relate To These Charlie Meltdowns From 'Always Sunny'

There is not one character in FX’s long-running comedy It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia that could be called morally sound. They’re all terrible people, who do a lot of horrible things and don’t learn from it, which in large part is what has made the show so consistently funny. 731 more words


Aniston of the Week: Horrible Bosses

This week, a ‘comedy’ in which Aniston plays against type, demonstrates the ignorance and insensitivity of mainstream Hollywood. It’s hard to enjoy her obvious comic skill when it’s presented in such a problematic way. 473 more words


Charlie Day Named The 'Ultimate Charlie' Moments On 'It's Always Sunny In Philadelphia'

To promote season 11 (!) of It’s Always Sunny In Philadelphia (watch the teaser here), Vice spoke to stars Glenn Howerton and Charlie Day about, among other things, standout episodes (Glenn, “Who Pooped the Bed?”; Charlie, “The Nightman Cometh”) and the “ultimate Charlie moment.” It’s hard to condense… 215 more words


Horrible Bosses

What’s your horrible boss story? Mine includes a toxic mix of recklessness, immaturity, bullying, homophobia, and blatant disregard for labor laws. The standard cocktail, I assume, with only garnishes to differ. 707 more words

Western Movie Reviews

Ice Cube's 'Fist Fight' Adds Chanel Celaya

Chanel Celaya has rounded out the cast of the New Line comedy “Fist Fight” starring Ice Cube and Charlie Day, sources tell Variety.

Christina Hendricks, Tracy Morgan, Jillian Bell and “Breaking Bad’s” Dean Norris are also on board to star. 114 more words


Vacation Movie Review

The reboot of Vacation may make you long for the days of European Vacation, which came 30 years before it. Not the original Vacation from 1983, which this pic is most inspired by. 234 more words


The Lego Movie (2014)

An ordinary Lego construction worker, thought to be the prophesied ‘Special’, is recruited to join a quest to stop an evil tyrant from gluing the Lego universe into eternal stasis. 75 more words