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The End of Tour Releases July 31st

By Staff Reports

THE END OF THE TOUR tells the story of the five-day interview between Rolling Stone reporter (and novelist) David Lipsky (Jesse Eisenberg) and acclaimed novelist David Foster Wallace (Jason Segel), which took place right after the 1996 publication of Wallace’s groundbreaking epic novel, Infinite Jest.   170 more words

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"Welcome to Me" Hits the Lottery

Kristen Wiig is brilliant in this film as lottery winner Alice Klieg, a character with borderline personality disorder.

If I think I’m a winner… I will win $86 million? 488 more words

Kristen Wiig

Nine Months

No man who possesses functioning testicles should ever watch “Nine Months” (1995). Ever. I’m serious. It might be the chickiest chick flick of all time. Possibly banned in Russia for being blatant propaganda for Whipped Nation, starring Hugh Grant and his ridiculous, girl-looking Supercuts hairdo. 58 more words

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Welcome to Me

Methinks the diverse Kristen Wiig, is going to get showered with awards for a film someday. This may come as no surprise to many, especially after her Oscar nomination for writing the screenplay for 2011’s “Bridesmaids”, as well as grabbing a Best Comedy Actress nom from the Golden Globes, for the same film. 401 more words

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Celluloid Skeletons - Episode 7: Daniel Day-Lewis/Stars and Bars

Towering, imperious, intense. These are some of the words that regularly crop up when discussing three time Oscar winning actor Daniel Day-Lewis. Naturally then this month’s episode focuses on  85 more words

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Grosse Pointe Blank

John Cusack at his best, in a long long while. (Even longer if you count the fact that this movie was made in the 90s, and we are stuck in our childhood brains.)  Join us for a romp around Detroit’s ritziest suburb with Dan Aykroyd, Minnie Driver, Jeremy Piven, Hank Azaria, K. 48 more words

Comedy

Grosse Pointe Blank (1997)

Storyline:

Martin Blank (John Cusack) is a professional assassin. Lately, he finds that life is becoming meaningless so he is seeking for something to lift him up from the doldrums. 337 more words

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