Tag: comedy

Obvious Child

Obvious Child

| June 24, 2014 | 0 Comments

Thanks to Gofobo.com and Alamo Drafthouse, I was able to catch an advanced screening of Gillian Robespierre’s debut film.  Serving as both writer and director, Robespierre’s first film is a heartfelt and daring comedy about a stand-up comedienne’s (Jenny Slate; House of Lies) unplanned pregnancy and subsequent decision to get an abortion. Tonally, the film […]

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Ernest and Celestine

Ernest and Celestine

| June 17, 2014 | 0 Comments

The Oscar nominated French animated film, Ernest and Celestine, gets major points for sweetness. This delicate, uniquely drawn work is endearing, yet its effect quickly dissipates. Functioning as a rather tired paean for tolerance, the story feels thinly sketched and unsubstantial, with critical components of the film’s world possessing an arbitrary quality. Additionally, the English […]

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Alan Partridge

Alan Partridge

| June 11, 2014 | 0 Comments

Co-writer, co-producer, and star Steve Coogan brings his beloved character back for another chapter in the ongoing saga of media personality Alan Partridge in Alan Partridge (the US title, as opposed to the original UK title Alan Partridge: Alpha Papa—though it could’ve been called Alan Partridge: Siege Face).  A satire on fame, selling out, corporate […]

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The Other Woman (2014)

The Other Woman (2014)

| May 16, 2014 | 0 Comments

Ladies, grab your girls and get to the theater to see The Other Woman.  This is a must see for all women as it demonstrates how we should treat each other.  Women need to be respectful of one another regardless if they’ve met or not.  In the case of this film, it’s shown both ways. […]

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Rifftrax Presents:  Cool as Ice (1991)

Rifftrax Presents: Cool as Ice (1991)

| May 15, 2014 | 0 Comments

In the not too distant past Around 1990 There lived a guy named Joel Not too different from you or me. When Joel Hodgson created Mystery Science Theater 3000, I doubt he imagined the phenomenon he was giving the world.  If you’re unfamiliar, MST3K was about an ordinary guy who was shot into space and […]

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Tribeca Film Festival 2014: Loitering with Intent

Tribeca Film Festival 2014: Loitering with Intent

| April 29, 2014 | 0 Comments

They say you should write what you know. That is what writer-actors Michael Godere and Ivan Martin did with Loitering with Intent, which made its premiere at the Tribeca Film Festival last week. Having written a film with roles tailor-made for themselves, and their more famous real-life actor friends, Godere and Martin churn out a […]

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Venice meets Tribeca: TFF Interview with Chris Messina and the Cast of Alex of Venice

Venice meets Tribeca: TFF Interview with Chris Messina and the Cast of Alex of Venice

| April 25, 2014 | 0 Comments

For his directorial debut Chris Messina, Hollywood’s current Renaissance man and star of The Mindy Project, wanted to explore the veracity of a family seemingly falling apart through a character-driven film set in Venice Beach, California. Alex of Venice made its premiere at the 2014 Tribeca Film Festival earlier this week and the team came out […]

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Shatner’s World

Shatner’s World

| April 25, 2014 | 0 Comments

William Shatner walked onto a stage tonight to tell us stories from his life.  Thanks to Phatom Events, Shatner’s World was broadcast to movie theaters across the nation to allow its larger than life host to walk us through his childhood, his career as a stage actor working for the Stratford Shakespeare Company in Ontario, […]

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Shatner’s World

Shatner’s World

| April 22, 2014 | 0 Comments

Canadian actor William Shatner, who is best known for his portrayal of Captain Kirk on the original Star Trek series, brings his critically acclaimed one man show to cinemas across the country this Thursday.  A charismatic and energetic storyteller, Shatner promises to bring his long and varied career to life through anecdotes, humor, and heartfelt moments. I […]

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Anger Management – Volume 3

Anger Management – Volume 3

| April 9, 2014 | 0 Comments

In the wake of Charlie Sheen’s nervous breakdown and being fired from his popular sitcom Two and a Half Men, FX decided to capitalize on this different type of fame by putting Sheen back on the air as an anger management counselor having a casual affair with fellow counselor Kate (Selma Blair; Cruel Intentions) and […]

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