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REVIEW: The Hangover

When I started writing this site over 7 years ago, it was the summer of “The Hangover.” This comedy sensation that came out of nowhere spawned Facebook wall posts and bumper stickers (remember those?) by the dozen. 664 more words

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Pete Hammond's Emmy Handicaps 2016: Actor In A Comedy Series

During Final Round voting, as TV Academy members cast their ballots for this year’s Primetime Emmy winners, Pete Hammond takes a closer look at the nominees in key categories. 857 more words

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"Transparent", temporada 1–reseña.

Un indagador drama sobre una peculiar familia.

Un padre “trans” piensa revelarle a sus hijos sobre su transformación de hombre a mujer. ¿Cómo reaccionarán todos ante aquella noticia? 195 more words

Drama

Emmy Lead Actor Race Analysis: Jeffrey Tambor vs. Anthony Anderson

Last year there was no question. Jeffrey Tambor was destined to win his first Emmy (in a remarkable TV career that includes “The Larry Sanders Show” and “Arrested Development”) for his transformative performance as Maura Pfefferman on Amazon’s freshman sensation “Transparent.” This year, there’s a decent chance he’ll repeat. 486 more words

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There's Something About Mary

“There’s Something About Mary” helped launch the modern era of bro-humor comedies (“Hot Tub Time Machine,” “The Hangover,” Seth Rogen’s entire career). In 1998, mining humor from the mentally retarded, catching your scrotum in your zipper and mistaking semen for hair gel was somewhat taboo. 58 more words

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'Transparent' Season 3 Trailer: Warmth and Dysfunction Abound, of Course

“When one person in a family transitions, everyone transitions” says Judith Light’s character Shelly Pfefferman in the exquisite (but really: Alabama Shakes’ “Sound and Color” sets a lulling tone that turns each character into an oil painting) first trailer for… 337 more words

Television

'Transparent' Season 3 Will Feature 12-Year-Old Maura In Flashback Scene - TCA

Season 3 of Transparent will include a flashback episode set in 1958 that explores Maura’s identity as a transgender 12-year-old girl (to be played by young transgender actor Sophia Grace Gianna).  195 more words

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