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Throwback 10: Forgetting Sarah Marshall

Ten years?

As a great man once exclaimed, “My God, has it been that long“.

A decade ago, your humble correspondent was still in the first flushes of his Proprietary Cinema Subscription Card membership. 830 more words


390. Dinner for Schmucks


If the late 2000s were the highpoint of Judd Apatow-inspired comedies, then 2010’s “Dinner for Schmucks” is the first signal that those nuanced, comedic sensibilities had fallen off a cliff. 622 more words

'Night Court' Cast, Hollywood Pay Tribute To Harry Anderson

Refresh for updates… Hollywood took to social media to mourn the death of Harry Anderson, a comedian, magician and actor who was best known for his role on the 1984-93 NBC sitcom… 420 more words

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So, I’ve been watching this show on Netflix called Love. It’s produced by Judd Apatow and it’s pretty funny.

On it’s face is kind of like the typical boy meets girl, they fall in love, break up, get back together yada yada yada. 237 more words


Love: Season 3 (the final season) – a review

I’ve been a fan of the Netflix series Love since it premiered in 2016. The show was produced by Judd Apatow, and was originally picked up for two seasons. 474 more words


Love is Best the 3rd Time Around


Say “Bon Voyage” to Love

In the third and final installment of Netflix’s Love, the satirical Judd Apatow joint comes to an anticipated fruition. 673 more words

'Love' co-creator and actor Paul Rust: "I have to fight the knee-jerk response of wanting to be beloved by everybody in order to keep the show interesting"

Actor, comedian, writer and musician Paul Rust joins Justin once again to discuss his great Netflix series, “Love.” Paul talks about why they decided to end the series after three seasons, the evolution of character arcs throughout the series, the creative risks taken with the various storylines on the show, how he has evolved as an actor and creator, the challenge of keeping the show interesting over the course of three seasons, the way the television landscape has changed and what “Love” has done to prepare him for his next project. 44 more words

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