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Movies in Review: "Blockers"

Blockers is the one movie I was definitely looking forward to seeing this weekend. I love a good comedy and there was nothing in my mind that had me thinking this film wouldn’t be able to deliver a barrel of laughs. 238 more words

The 'Tag' Trailer Suggests It's Possible To Adapt Almost Anything Into A Movie

Honky Grandma Be Trippin’, Tag, Sherlock Homie, Death Bank, Black Cop/White Cop. Those all sound like movies starring Tracy Jordan from… 221 more words

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Hannibal Buress' Comedy Show Was Cut Short After He Made This Inappropriate Joke

Hannibal Buress’ Set Was Cut After Inappropriate Joke

Hannibal Buress had his comedy set cut short prematurely just minutes into his show at Loyola University Chicago this past weekend. 129 more words


Meet Emma McKee: Hip-Hop's Very First Cross Stitch Artist

Emma McKee isn’t your typical Chicago hip-hop fan. Her West Town apartment could double as a museum: autographed posters from her favorite shows hang on the wall, along with Chance the Rapper’s Billboard covers, artist collectible items, and a living room corner dedicated to stitching with thread and works in progress. 1,523 more words


250. The Disaster Artist


“The Disaster Artist” is a meta-commentary on meta-commentaries. The film opens up with a group of famous comedic actors sharing their appreciation and fond memories of watching “The Room,” Tommy Wiseau’s legendary so-bad-its-amazing cult flick. 1,268 more words

Comedians and the Balance of Power

It is not news to anyone that comedy is slowly becoming the voice of reason in the world. Comedians are our news, political fury, common sense, and mother who gives us advice about our life and bodies. 525 more words

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New Line Comedy 'Tag' Adds Brian Dennehy To Already Impressive Cast

Not much has been mentioned about the new comedy starring Ed Helms, Jon Hamm, Jeremy Renner, Hannibal Burress, Jake Johnson, and now Brian Dennehy, but with just those names mentioned, we’d be wise to keep our eyes peeled for what else will come of this new comedy film. 109 more words