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Team Gregg/Bennet Admits Defeat to Hayley Atwell and James D'Arcy, Makes a New Challenge

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Marvel's Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. concede the Dubsmash battle, but say the war will rage on.

Colin Jost's AMA Proves He Isn't Adept At Funny

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"One of my least favorites from a legal standpoint was Robert Blake."

Channing Tatum Reportedly Exits 'Gambit,' Somebody Wake Up Taylor Kitsch

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Taylor Kitsch is reportedly warming up his fart-sniffing face, should he get the call.


This new Vacation does stand on its own. But like any vacation, it’s not without its trials and frustrations.Click To Continue Reading

The Definitive 100 Best Movies of All Time

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Critics, audiences, and filmmakers, essentially, weigh in with a ranking of rankings.

Detroit Unveils Satanic Statue, World Doesn't End.

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Devil declines to wage war on Christmas, citing the season as his greatest American accomplishment.

Gillian Anderson Knows Exactly What X-Files Fans Want

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Plus, the latest, barely-there teaser, and other favorites confirmed to return.

Is Political Correctness Killing Comedy?

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'The Nightly Show' had a good table discussion. What is even happening?

Women Aren't Battle Trophies: A Look at "Pixels"

Last year at San Diego Comic-Con, my husband and I went to the Pixels-sponsored arcade to play Pac-Man, Frogger and Space Invaders. I'm not very good at these low-tech video games (or any video games really). Overall, it was a fun experience that was contrasted by my time at the Xbox Lounge where my favorite game was Fantasia: Music Evolved. Show More Summary

Removing the Stigma: Omar Sy on “The Intouchables” and “Samba”

Olivier Nakache and Eric Toledano’s French comedy, “The Intouchables,” was a crowd-pleaser that proved to have tremendous international appeal. Its fact-based tale of the friendship between a quadriplegic man, Philippe (François Cluzet),...Show More Summary

Infectious Ridiculousness of “Wet Hot American Summer: First Day of Camp”

It’s kind of hard to believe that “Wet Hot American Summer: First Day of Camp” actually will be available in its entirety for Netflix subscribers starting this Friday, July 31st. Barely recognized on its theatrical release and generally despised by critics, “Wet Hot American Summer” made just under $300,000 TOTAL. Show More Summary


Last week, as I was walking out of a screening of “Vacation,” a fellow critic, engaged in passionate argument with some other colleagues, pointed at me and said, “You! I heard YOU laughing.” And I said, well, yes, I was laughing, atShow More Summary

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