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Captain Ron, 1992

Movie: Captain Ron, 1992

Reviewed by Justin Slosky

Beverage Pairing: The Captain Ron

I created this drink on the fly, just for the movie, using whatever beverages I had on hand at the moment. 1,679 more words

Film Review

"Captain Ron" | Movie Review

Grade (B-)

A fun film that is easily kept afloat by the comedic delivery of Short, and the charm of Russell.

“CAPTAIN RON” may have been considered a box-office failure, coming out in September of 1992, but it is still a great 90’s comedy that entertains despite the years passed. 433 more words

Comedy

Martin Short, dressed as Donald Trump, 'opens' Toronto Film Festival

Leave it to Canadian comedic actor Martin Short to open up the Toronto Film Festival with some laughs.

Short was the emcee at Wednesday night’s Ambi Charity Gala at the Ritz-Carlton Hotel, a white-tie affair filled with A-list guests. 556 more words

Canada

2 Funny: SCTV - Peter Pan Live and Poochare

On this 2 Funny, we once again revisit the awsomeness of Canada’s SCTV with a double feature. The first sketch has a performance of Devine (played by the late John Candy) as Peter Pan and film producer David Steinberg (played by Martin Short) as Captain Hook at the Melonville (the fictional city in which SCTV was broadcast from) War Memorial Auditorium. 37 more words

2 Funny

First Hairspray Live! Promo with Derek Hough and the cast in costume released

And finally we can see a promo video with Derek as Corny Collins and the cast of Hairpray Live! and we LOOOOOVE it! Are you as excited as we are? 180 more words

Derek Hough

Steve Martin and Martin Short Together in 2016

Steve Martin and Martin Short are hitting the road in 2016 and kicking it all off on September 23rd in Kansas City, MO.

An announcement from Prudential Hall says fans should “expect nonstop laughs as the hilarious duo recall their iconic careers, creative influences and memorable encounters, uniquely presented through banter, singing and banjo playing.” 74 more words

Martin Short

An ode to Martin Short in Get Over It

“Bill Shakespeare was a wonderful poet but Burt Bacharach he ain’t.”

With these words Dr. Desmond Forrest Oates, a name and character more suited to breakfast cereal than high school directing, sets forth the premise to a retelling of…

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