Archive for November, 2015

If you’re easily scared, don’t worry: there aren’t any actual spooky skeletons in The Skeleton Twins. Just crippling depression. Maggie (Kristen Wiig) is moments away from swallowing a fist full of pills when her phone rings. Answering it, she is told that her brother Milo (Bill Hader), from whom she’s been estranged for ten years,   Read More …

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The former FOX series Greg the Bunny is more of a TV show mash-up between Sesame Street and The Larry Sanders Show than an idea in its own right. The 2002 series Greg the Bunny spun out of an Independent Film Channel series of film parody shorts. Taking only the puppets and leaving the concept   Read More …

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Ant Man can get really small and talk to ants. Real impressive. Iron Man flies and shoots laser beams, and Captain America tells a god what to do. Ex-con super thief Scott Lang (Paul Rudd) is out of cash, and it’s coming between him and his daughter. He gets a tip on a job that’s   Read More …

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His name is Michael Westen. He used to be a spy. Until… Burn Notice is a spy action-thriller about Michael Westen (Jeffrey Donovan), a government-agency spy who was “burned” – which means, in the spy community, that you’ve lost your job (and can’t get another one) at the very least, among other financial and travel   Read More …

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