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Review: Take Me, 2017, dir. Pat Healy

I’m not sure I should be reviewing things that Taylor Schilling does. We were classmates in middle school. If objectivity matters in criticism (it doesn’t, but legions of DCEU fans think it does, and who am I to overlook them in discussion of a film that has fucking nothing to do with the DCEU, right?), then it’s probably a party foul for me to write nice words about her work. 102 more words


Don't Have A Fart Attack, But Jim O'Heir From 'Parks And Recreation' Won A Daytime Emmy Award

Two years have passed since the series finale of Parks and Recreation aired on NBC. Amy Poehler has gone on to produce fantastic shows like… 267 more words

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Jim O’Heir getting read for the Daytime Emmys. (Look at the size of those feet!)

TAKE ME (2017): New Trailer From Taylor Schilling, Pat Healy, Alycia Delmore...

In new comedy Take Me which stars Taylor Schilling, Pat Healy (also the director) and Alycia Delmore, a fledgling entrepreneur who specialises in high-end simulated abductions is hired. 51 more words


It's a Wrap: Denver Film Festival

The Denver Film Festival ended yesterday. After living in a hotel for 14 days, I’m ready to sleep in my own bed again. I’m also excited to catch one or two nights of AFI FEST, a festival I worked three years for and have been a fan of for longer. 1,102 more words

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CIFF 2016 - Middle Man

It’s always cool to see films by local filmmakers bring their work to the Chicago International Film Festival (CIFF) each year. The dark comedy “Middle Man”, from Chicagoan Ned Crowley is one such film. 463 more words

52nd Chicago International Film Festival Screening #9: "Middle Man" (USA)

“Middle Man” (USA)
Directed by  Ned Crowley

What a joy to see a wholly American film that is as wildly irreverent and dark as “Middle Men”. 329 more words

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