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JLo and The Godmother

Maria Posted by Maria at August 11, 2016 15:08:45 August 11, 2016 15:08:45
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Have you watched Cocaine Cowboys? It is one of those documentaries you have to watch twice because the first time some jerk (like me) keeps saying things like “it was how much money?” or “they hid how much cocaine?”. The numbers are so ginormous it is mind boggling, especially when it comes to The Godmother, Griselda Blanco. Full Story

Seth Rogen in Sausage Party

Sarah Posted by Sarah at August 10, 2016 18:33:44 August 10, 2016 18:33:44
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There’s no real preparing yourself for Sausage Party. You can watch the trailers, you can read reviews, but you’re not going to be ready. The closest comparison is the early days of South Park, when you just couldn’t believe these things were being said on TV, let alone by cartoon children waiting for a school bus. Full Story

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Who are the Chicken Sh-t Candy Asses?

Lainey Posted by Lainey at August 9, 2016 14:29:48 August 9, 2016 14:29:48
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Suicide Squad and the Hollywood double standard

Sarah Posted by Sarah at August 8, 2016 13:32:53 August 8, 2016 13:32:53

Suicide Squad shattered the August box office records, raking in $135 million for the biggest August opening weekend, breaking Guardians of the Galaxy’s previous record of $94.1 million. (And oh, is everyone at Warner Brothers ecstatic to take down a Marvel record.) Box office numbers can mean anything you want them to mean, and devoid of any context, $135 million is a GREAT opening weekend—the X-Men would have killed for this number—and everyone likes the “record breaking” headlines. Full Story

Patsy and Edina in Absolutely Fabulous: The Movie

Sarah Posted by Sarah at August 5, 2016 18:49:43 August 5, 2016 18:49:43

If you’re a fan of the British TV series Absolutely Fabulous, about the trials and misadventures of boozy London publicist Edina and her enabling editor friend, Patsy, then sweetie darling do I have the movie for you. Almost twenty-four years after debuting on the BBC, Ab Fab comes to the big screen with Absolutely Fabulous: The Movie, and for fans of the series, it’s a most welcome trip back to Patsy and Edina’s particular brand of absurd alcohol-soaked comedy. Full Story