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Diane English, Norman Lear And Frank Rich Discuss The "Orange Elephant In The Room" — USC Comedy Festival

Tonight, as part of the USC Comedy Festival, a trio of politically conscious TV legends — Murphy Brown creator Diane English, All in the Family… 895 more words

Breaking News

With LBJ - All the Way (2016)

A solid period piece.  All the Way is an HBO Original Movie, and one that takes a look at the unexpected presidency of Lyndon B. Johnson (Bryan Cranston).   503 more words

Review

Jay Roach to Develop Sci-Fi Romance 'Intelligent Life' for Amblin Entertainment (EXCLUSIVE)

Jay Roach is on board to rewrite and possibly direct the sci-fi romance “Intelligent Life” for Amblin Entertainment.

The film is based on the original script by “Jurassic World” director Colin Trevorrow and his collaborator Derek Connolly. 196 more words

News

Film Review: Game Change (2012)

One of the most engaging appearances in Game Change, the 2012 HBO film about Sarah Palin and the 2008 election, is not Julianne Moore take on the infamous former governor of Alaska. 1,557 more words

2010s Reviews

#ThrowbackThursday - Meet the Parents

Original US release date: October 6, 2000
Production budget: $55,000,000
Worldwide gross: $330,444,045

There are certain films that just tap into the public zeitgeist in a way that few other films do.  859 more words

Comedy

Trumbo (2015)

In 1947, Dalton Trumbo (Bryan Cranston) was Hollywood’s top screenwriter until he and other artists were jailed and blacklisted for their political beliefs. 60 more words

Drama

'All The Way' Writer-Director Team On The 2016 Presidential Election, Politics As War & Their Road To Emmys

Opening at the Oregon Shakespeare Festival in 2012, Pulitzer Prize winner Robert Schenkkan’s All the Way quickly became a cultural touchstone—re-framing the legacy of one of America’s greatest presidents while holding up a mirror to the challenges and fears in contemporary America, as one of the most significant elections in American history moves toward its dramatic conclusion. 2,663 more words

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