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Get Him to the Greek

Get Him to the Greek isn’t your traditional indie flick but it’s worthy of recognition as one of the best films from 2010. This film is a perfect example of taking characters from a previous film, reintroducing them and reinvigorating them into a much better film, in my opinion. 528 more words

Indie Film

The Lonely Island confirm title and cast for Hollywood debut

New details have emerged regarding The Lonely Island’s Judd Apatow-produced feature-length film. Deadline reports that the comedic trio’s Hollywood debut is called Conner4Real… 128 more words

News

Spy: Good Enough for Government Work

The best thing which can be said about Paul Feig’s Spy is that it’s far better than his movie Bridesmaids.  Four years ago that film made a star of Melissa McCarthy and a lot of money.   1,016 more words

Theatrical Film Reviews

May 22, 2015

Happy Memorial Day Weekend!  To the rest of the world, Happy Regular, Any ‘Ol Weekend!

If anyone needs a celebratory margarita, it’s me!  MO’s flight is delayed by 3 hours.   221 more words

The Daily

Judd Apatow revela póster de ‘Lonely Island’

El 13 de mayo comenzó la producción de Lonely Island, la nueva película producida por Judd Apatow que trata de la vida de este grupo musical de parodia y Apatow quiso dar un primer vistazo a la cinta mostrando el póster. 286 more words

Noticias

Universal Pictures and Crowdrise launch “THE TRAINWRECK COMEDY TOUR,” featuring talent from new comedy starring and written by AMY SCHUMER and directed by JUDD APATOW

Universal Pictures and CrowdRise today announced the launch of the upcoming “The Trainwreck  Comedy Tour,” presented by Live Nation, a tour of some of the greatest comics of this generation, which kicks off at Boston’s The Wilbur on June 14, and concludes in Los Angeles at The Wiltern on June 21.  1,138 more words

Movies

Gay Jokes and Two-Faced Representation in Modern Comedies

A few weeks ago, I saw “Trainwreck,” the latest comedy from director/producer Judd Apatow and comedian Amy Schumer’s debut writing for and headlining feature films. I didn’t write anything about it at the time because I wasn’t sure if it was the cut most critics had seen at SXSW, which was still a work in progress, though suffice to say I didn’t like it much (par for the course for Apatow, not so much for Schumer). 819 more words

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