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Considering Louie

Quickly becoming one of the most talked about comedies on television, Louie uses a unique fractured style of storytelling, most similar to life’s absurdities themselves. With its cult status growing, one sees this as fast becoming the comedic version of … Continue reading

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Some Love for Melissa McCarthy

Melissa McCarthy’s brand of comedy is risky and virtually unseen in the landscape of American media. She’s a woman doing a man’s brand of comedy with a confidence and lack of inhibition that has the potential to become legendary. I’ve … Continue reading

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50/50 An Oscar Hopeful?

A quick look at early raves for Jonathan Levine’s upcoming dramedy 50/50 and it’s clear we have another legitimate contender for best picture: “Unlike most disease-of-the-week movies, 50/50 is itself split: Its focus lies half on the young man, blindsided … Continue reading

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