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Morton Schmidt and Greg Jenko (Jonah Hill, Channing Tatum) were high school enemies. Years later, they find themselves police school best friends, and eventual partners..(Read More)..

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The murderous hillbilly trope is topsey-turveyed in Dale & Tucker vs. Evil when some college kids on their camping getaway are actually the ones gruesomely killing themselves..(Read More)..

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Back to school for Harry and the like, but not before a bout of unwarranted anger toward those who hold him dear..(Read More)..

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Not for the love of music, but for a girl he saw across the street – what does it matter where inspiration comes from?..(Read More)..

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The two most iconic supernatural serial murderers of film face off to see who is indeed the best at stabbing..(Read More)..

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Josh (Breckin Meyer) has sex with Beth (Amy Smart) and they video tape it using the same camcorder Josh uses to send his girlfriend video messages..(Read More)..

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Let’s just get this spoiler out of the way: this movie is ultimately about a space alien invasion. But you should have figured that already based on the film’s title..(Read More)..

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The Princess and the Frog is a fun step in a pseudo different direction for Disney – before it, they had been doing original concepts or putting a modern filter on classic children’s stories..(Read More)..

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Comedian Jen Kirkman returns to Netflix for her second comedy special in two years. Yes, it is named after the well-known Matthew McConaughy line from Dazed and Confused, and she reveals that it is very much a part of herself – literally, because it’s tattooed on her ankle. (Read More…)

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Celeste (Rashida-Jones, who also co-authored the film) and Jesse (Andy Samberg) seem to have a very functional relationship. Unfortunately, when you put it into their context – that of divorcing each other – it’s pretty dysfunctional…(Read More…)

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