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David Oyelowo's 'Five Nights in Maine' Bought by FilmRise (EXCLUSIVE)

FilmRise has acquired worldwide distribution rights for the drama “Five Nights in Maine,” starring David Oyelowo, Rosie Perez and Dianne Wiest, Variety has learned exclusively. 199 more words

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Sisters (2015)

Directed by Jason Moore from a screenplay by Paula Pell, Sisters is a Tina Fey and Amy Poehler vehicle that starts with promise and disintegrates into a repetitive, frothy mess. 608 more words

Entertainment

Review: Hannah and Her Sisters (1986)

In a previous cover story I wrote about Woody Allen’s career I mentioned how Allen’s films had gotten me through a post-collegiate quarter-life crisis. Artsy intellectuals struggling to find meaning in their work and personal relationships was something that resounded with me at the time, in a big way. 448 more words

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"Sisters" (2015)

Grade (4/10)

A two-hour barrage of dumb humor that produces only minimal laughs.

“SISTERS”….. where to start with this one… I guess I should go into a brief plot breakdown to let you know what this one is about. 674 more words

2015

Sisters (2015)

“Coming home always makes things better.”

Sisters seems to know that audiences nationwide adore Tina Fey and Amy Poehler. We’re drawn to their charm, humor, and their god’s honest friendly chemistry. 505 more words

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Sisters (2015) Review - Funny Women in Unfunny Story

Things move pretty fast in Sisters, at bullet-speed with near terminal velocity. With a fierce, single-minded determination to exploit every single possible middle-aged-crisis cliche and trope as humanly possible while still, somehow, impossibly, almost infuriatingly, remaining a fairly good time, the film barrels forward like a freight train tossing jokes and site gags at the screen with reckless abandon, and not caring for one fraction of a second whether they work or not. 506 more words

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Sisters

First of all, I’m not a big fan of these women’s humor. There, I said it. But, I did see the trailer and thought, why not? 161 more words

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