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Movie Review: Don't Think Twice (2016)

Don’t Think Twice (2016)

Starring- Mike Birbiglia, Gillian Jacobs, Kate Micucci, Tami Sagher, Keegan-Michael Key, Chris Gethard, Maggie Kemper

Director- Mike Birbiglia

R- language and some drug use… 1,249 more words

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Sundance Review: "The Little Hours"

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I really wanted to love “The Little Hours,” the latest film from “Life After Beth” and “Joshy” director Jeff Baena. He has a sense of humor that directly mirrors mine and when I heard that he was tackling a religious themed comedy based on Giovanni Boccaccio’s classic literary text “The Decameron” as his next project, I was sold. 473 more words

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Sundance Diary, Day 1: 'An Inconvenient Sequel,' 'The Little Hours'

PARK CITY, UT: Opening night at Sundance is usually, if we’re being frank (and why not, we’re all friends here) a bit of a snoozer. I mean that literally; people have often flown in from a coast and dragged themselves up a mountain, and they’ve dropped off their stuff at their overpriced condo of choice and rushed to get their tickets or credentials or what have you, and they might not’ve eaten and they’ve got an elevation headache and they’ve trudged through the snow and now they’re leaning back in a seat in a dark theater and that is just the… 831 more words

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Powerless: A New Comedy from DC Comics

Coming to NBC Thursdays this February, a new team of heroes helping those from superheroes.

Powerless takes place in the DC Universe and follows the adventures of Emily Locke (Vanessa Hudgens) as the director of Research and Development at Wayne Security (a subsidiary of Wayne Enterprises that’s run by Bruce Wayne’s cousin), that specializes on products to help ordinary humans who are victims of the battle between superheros and supervillians. 84 more words

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