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'The Long Dumb Road' Director Hannah Fidell On Capturing "The Great American Road Trip" — Sundance Studio

Taking on her first comedy with the Sundance-premiering The Long Dumb Road, Sundance alum Hannah Fidell (A Teacher) found a game cast who would go with her on a classic journey through the American Southwest. 251 more words


Sundance Film Review: 'The Long Dumb Road'

Freshman photography student Nathan (Tony Revolori) is on a quest to find the real America. On “The Long Dumb Road” of director Hannah Fidell’s title, his trek from Texas to Los Angeles, he pulls over to shoot shuttered movie theaters and American flags drooping over drive-thrus, the kind of cynical corporate salute a kid like him considers deep. 870 more words


Sundance Names Jada Pinkett Smith, Octavia Spencer & Chaz Ebert To Jury; Jason Mantzoukas To Host Awards Show

Hot off a big win for Girls Trip at the NAACP Image Awards last night, Jada Pinkett Smith will make some awards decisions of her own as a juror at the 2018 Sundance Film Festival. 3,276 more words

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The House (*) Comedy is Hard

The House – 2017

Director  Andrew Jay Cohen
Brendan O’Brien, Andrew Jay Cohen
Starring Will Ferrell, Amy Poehler, Jason Mantzoukas, Nick Kroll, Allison Tolman, Michaela Watkins, Jeremy Renner… 469 more words

Movie Reviews

'The Disaster Artist' Mined Podcast 'How Did This Get Made' for Inspiration

James Franco’s “The Disaster Artist” has been racking up strong box office and rapturous reviews since its limited release Dec. 1 (it went wide Dec. 8), but few know that the popular Earwolf podcast “How Did This Get Made?,” hosted by Paul Scheer, June Diane Raphael and Jason Mantzoukas, played a seminal role in getting the film to the big screen. 742 more words


THE HOUSE (2017)

Review by Derrick Carter

Running Time: 1 hour 28 minutes

MPAA Rating: R for Language throughout, Sexual References, Drug Use, some Violence and brief Nudity… 867 more words


Thought of the Day: "I prefer not to"

While in rehab, a fellow drunkard explained his life this way: “when you boil a frog, the water has to start off cool. If it starts too hot, the frog will jump out”. 926 more words