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The Big Sick makes me feel good about romantic comedy

Emily V. Gordon and Kumail Nanjiani really lived The Big Sick.

And the writer and stand-up comic/actor had enough smarts – and guts – to take their how’d-we-meet story to paper together and allow producer Judd Apatow and director Michael Showalter put the touches on it for the big screen. 414 more words

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Amy Schumer, Goldie Hawn grab my guilty laughs in Snatched

You couldn’t help but root for Amy Schumer in her movie premiere from 2015, Trainwreck. Now that was a romantic comedy that showed off every bid of her wit and wisdom, as she wrote and starred as a woman who learned from life and about herself to grow into something special. 406 more words

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'Alien: Covenant In Utero' VR Experience Invades Regal Cinemas & Provides Terrifying Run-In With Baby Chomper

Before moviegoers get the chance to see Ridley Scott’s Alien: Covenant on May 19, they can experience first-hand what it’s like to come up against one of those junior multi-fanged aliens in the new VR experience… 288 more words

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Summer Movie Fun

It’s that time of year….SUMMER MOVIE FUN.  Regal Cinema and the Skyview Drive-in are at it again. 

Regal Cinemas is offering the 2017 Summer Movie Express with $1 movies on Tuesdays and Wednesdays.  259 more words

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The Fate of the Furious is to keep our eyes popping, still

When a movie franchise reaches installment eight, fans are going to the theater either out of habit, fierce loyalty or morbid curiosity. Maybe even some fearful combination of all of the above. 443 more words

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Denzel Washington casts an imposing figure in Fences, but Viola Davis won't be overlooked

Denzel Washington slams grand at the center of August Wilson’s family tale Fences.

Washington directed and stands tall (and wide) as Troy Maxson, the self-made leader of his gathering in the proud little brick house in a lower-class African American Pittsburgh neighborhood. 577 more words

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CHIPS isn't exactly TV nostalgia, but there's still something funny about Dax Shephard

If you’re one of the many millions who’ve taken comfort in the motorcycle-riding savvy and people skills of Jon Baker and Frank Llewelyn Poncherello in the half-drama, half-comedy TV hour… 455 more words

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