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A Movie With Cool People: A Review Of Sleeping With Other People

Sleeping With Other People starts with a classic romantic comedy set up, a womanizer who can’t take his relationships seriously and a woman has an obsession with a man who doesn’t love each her find each other and fall in love. 556 more words

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Search Party Film Review: I Can See Why This Sat on the Shelf for Two Years

How old is writer-director Scot Armstrong’s raunchy R-rated comedy Search Party about two dudes (T.J. Miller, Adam Pally) who ruin a friend’s (Thomas Middleditch) wedding and then have to save him in Mexico when he runs afoul of the locals while trying to track down his runaway fiance (Shannon Woodward)? 865 more words

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Bad Advice - How to Be Single (2016)

Nothing to write home about.  So this is about a number of interconnecting stories about single women who are just trying to make it in New York City and possibly find love along the way.   440 more words

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The Florida Wingman Road Trip - Dirty Grandpa (2016)

Low hanging fruit.  So shortly after his wife’s funeral, a grandfather (Robert De Niro) enlists his soon-to-be-married grandson (Zach Efron) to take him on a road trip for some reason.   433 more words

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Sleeping With Other People (2015)

“Are we in love with each other? What are we going to do about it?”

Sometimes the universe will provide you with the perfect contrast-and-compare examples to show you how a movie formula is done right & how it’s miserably flubbed. 726 more words

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NYC Top Comedy Choices for Wednesday 6/8/16

Season 2 of The Chris Gethard Show concluded last Wednesday with Chris combating his nemesis Vacation Jason (the wonderful Riley Soloner); but if you missed that, or any other episodes, you can watch TCGS anytime… 2,487 more words

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Dirty Grandpa

Starring: Robert DeNiro, Zac Efron, Zoey Deutch, Aubrey Plaza, Jason Mantzoukas, Dermot Mulroney, Julianne Hough, Adam Pally
Directed By: Dan Mazer
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