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Amy Landecker On 'Transparent' Season 2, Bruce Jenner And Changing The World

In 2014 Amy Landecker played a key role in a show that blew critics and audiences away – Transparent. After winning a 2015 Golden Globe for ‘best television series,’ Amazon’s first original scripted drama will soon be back for its second season. 1,182 more words


Amazon 'Transparent' Star Jeffrey Tambor: 'I Was Throw-Up Nervous' on Coming-Out Scene

“Transparent” star Jeffrey Tambor confessed that he was sick to his stomach when it came time for his transgender character, Maura, to initially reveal her transgender identity to the Pfefferman children. 641 more words


Flash Movie Review: The D Train

A funny thing happened to me when I went to see this movie. There was a smattering of people seated in their seats as I walked into the theater. 445 more words


The D Train (Andrew Mogel & Jarrad Paul, 2015)

Portly everyman Dan Landsman (Jack Black) is a caring husband, father and overzealous chairman of his high school reunion committee. Fearing his past unpopularity will retroactively stunt turnout, Dan finds resolution in a late-night Banana Boat ad starring the most popular man from his graduating class, Oliver Lawless (James Marsden). 398 more words


The D Train

Rating: 2/5

Directed by: Andrew Mogul and Jarrad Paul
Starring: Jack Black, James Marsden, Kathryn Hahn

The D Train, a new comedy about sexual identity and male bonding that is now playing at the Bow Tie Criterion Cinemas in downtown New Haven, uses a familiar genre to make a familiar point but in a very unfamiliar way. 743 more words



The D Train is an odd movie. It’s an interesting one, don’t get me wrong, but it’s an odd one for sure. I’m a rather faithful comedy fan and have said many times on this site before that I carried a rather rabid affinity for the fan appointed “Frat Pack” that originally consisted of Jack Black, Ben Stiller, Owen and Luke Wilson, Vince Vaughn and Will Ferrell. 1,131 more words

James Marsden

'The D Train' runs the horror of a high school reunion right off the rails

“The D Train” is all about how far you’d let yourself go to make up for past horrors.

And what new atrocities you may unleash in your soul and your life when you discover the answer to that question. 501 more words