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The 'Documentary Now!' Season Two Trailer Offers A Political Race Almost As Ridiculous As The Real One

Sorry, that headline should actually read “Season 51 trailer.” Sometimes we forget that Documentary Now! has been around for so many years, hosted by the ageless Helen Mirren, and telling such stories as the rise and fall of The Blue Jeans Committee and “The Hunt for El Chingon.” The new trailer for IFC’s mockumentary series promises the same ridiculous premises and humor that made the last season such a joyous change of pace for TV comedy, and we should expect no less than the weirdest from Bill Hader and Fred Armisen in this new six-episode run. 142 more words

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Premiere: The Eternals Smash Genres to Pieces in 'Destroy the Body' Video

In the annals of American independent rock, punk and free jazz, Chicago, along with New York and L.A., has been one of the epicenters of trailblazing scenes and movements. 1,601 more words

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"Phantom Boy" Movie Review

 “Phantom Boy”  (2015)

Leo is an eleven-year-old boy who is incredibly sick. His parents and his sister are worried about his upcoming trip to the hospital for treatment. 712 more words

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My Favourite SNL sketches

I’m not really sure how I even came across Saturday Night Live originally because they do not show it in the UK, which they really should by the way. 1,426 more words

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'Documentary Now!' Spoofs 'The War Room' – But It's Not Political – TCA

IFC/Documentary Now! kicks off its new season on September 14 with a send-up of the 1993 political docu The War Room, about Bill Clinton’s campaign for POTUS in ’92. 319 more words

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The Cameo Show - Zoolander 2 (2016)

It took willpower to finish this one out.  So just like in real life, 15 years have passed after the events of Zoolander 1.  Derek (Ben Stiller) and Hansel (Owen Wilson) are lured out of their reclusive retirement when models start turning up dead, and it is up to them to unravel a conspiracy.   442 more words

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There's a Maya Rudolph Guest-Starring Talking Heads Parody Episode Of 'Documentary Now!' on its Way

Fred Armisen and Bill Hader’s mockumentary series Documentary Now! will make a parody of Stop Making Sense, the famed 1984 Talking Heads concert film. The episode, “Test Pattern,” will air in the show’s second season, set to premiere on Thursday, August 18. 117 more words

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