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Bridesmaids and the new Apatow effect…hopefully

Posted on 15 May 2011 by ShepRamsey

It may sound like a critics’ cliché in search of a movie poster, but some movies really are flat-out game changers. Whether that’s a good or bad thing is a total toss-up. After all, for every movie like Go that Pulp Fiction influenced, there are at least three Lucky Number Slevins Continue Reading

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Lots of humor against non-Americans in Funny People. Anyone else notice?

Posted on 06 August 2009 by HansKlopek

So I checked out Funny People over the weekend and I’m sad to report that I was uber-disappointed by it. I didn’t find it all that funny and have to agree with my friend Shep’s sentiments that it was kind of an unbelievable mess. Continue Reading

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Funny People?? More like SAD people…(cue the rimshot)

Posted on 02 August 2009 by ShepRamsey

Judd Apatow really seemed like he could do no wrong.  And I suppose he still hasn’t.  Funny People isn’t a bad movie at all.  In fact, I’ll go right ahead and call it a good movie.  Continue Reading

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Rogen finally misses: Observe and Report sucks big time

Posted on 11 April 2009 by HansKlopek

This just in: it is possible for a movie starring Seth Rogen to not be good. Continue Reading

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Not being Superbad is never that–nevermind, Adventureland is good

Posted on 04 April 2009 by HansKlopek

Seth Rogen, Judd Apatow, and Jason Segel are all given a special thanks from director Greg Mottolla in the end credits of Adventureland. These guys must have given amazing emotional support to the Superbad director, because Adventureland, though marketed as another product of the Apatow Comedy Factory, very refreshingly goes its own way. Continue Reading

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I Love You, Man: The Bromance gets a vehicle, and it is insanely funny

Posted on 21 March 2009 by HansKlopek

So the term Bromance has been on people’s lips a lot lately. Is it because movies about male fraternal friendship are a lot funnier in this day and age or is it because the actors playing the bros are funnier than we are used to? Hurm, lets scratch our heads on that one a moment. Continue Reading

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