Not a highlight moment for the Aussie.
This was vintage point-forward Andre Iguodala, crossing up Matthew Dellavedova, then throwing a gorgeous behind-the-back pass to David Lee: The best part? Delly holding on FOR DEAR LIFE while Iguodala shakes him onto the floor: Looks like one of those dummies trying to catch the llamas today.
In a battle between two of the NBA's hottest teams, the Golden State Warriors and Cleveland Cavaliers produced plenty of highlight plays early in their Thursday matchup. But this might have been the highlight of the first half. Andre Iguodala showed off his ball-handling skills by crossing over and dropping Matthew Dellavedova. Show More Summary
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Imagine a cross between Neil Patrick Harris and Seth Meyers — combined with the spawn of Barry Manilow — and you have a sense of David Larsen, the shrewdly guileless new Elder Price atop "The Book of Mormon," the phenomenally successful satirical musical which arrived in Chicago...
A sculpture has been made of British rock star Pete Doherty, Christ-like, on a cross. Other celebrities, including Kanye West and David Beckham, have also channeled Jesus.
The Hinoki & the Bird and Comme Ça chef crosses the Pacific. Chef David Myers — a 2003 Food & Wine Best New Chef and the onetime proprietor of Los Angeles hotspots Hinoki & the Bird and Comme Ça — has launched a "new brand" in Singapore. Singapore...Show More Summary
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'Hits' is like listening to a smart but drunk professor.
An uneven movie that sometimes loses sight of its mark, David Cross' directorial debut 'Hits' still seems vital—a movie very much of the moment. [ more › ]
Let's take a break from the DeLong Smackdowns even though there are now a number in the queue. No, I don't have the guts to yet read another page of David Graeber's Debt: The First 5000 Mistakes. But two things did cross my desk last week that offend the shape of reality itself and really do deserve to be smacked down. Show More Summary
David Cross’ feature comedy directorial Hits, which premiered at last year’s Sundance Film Festival, hit theaters this weekend in 50 cities in a unique pay-what-you-want admission distribution model spearheaded by BitTorrent and Honora Pictures. Show More Summary
From his early days creating and hosting the groundbreaking sketch comedy show, “Mr. Show with Bob and David,” (the Bob being “Better Call Saul’s” Bob Odenkirk) to playing “never nude” Tobias Funke on “Arrested Development,” David Cross has shown an affinity for the off-beat. His directorial debut feature, “Hits,” will be the first to adopt a […]
The business model for the comedian's directorial debut film is to simply ask moviegoers to pay whatever they want
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The ensemble satire "Hits" takes aim at fame, viral videos, small-town dreamers, Brooklyn hipsters, white rappers, Zipcars and other zeitgeisty topics. And for much of the film's trimmable running time, writer-director David Cross amuses with pointed observations, recognizable character types...
Focus’ Fifty Shades Of Grey will likely cause a particular dent in the Specialty Box Office this weekend as art house crowds and others are tempted to check out the alluring feature over Valentine’s Day weekend. That hasn’t exactly scared off everyone. Show More Summary
The promise of a "Mr. Show" reunion became all too real when David Cross started a Kickstarter for his directorial debut film "Hits." In order to support with a pay-what-you-want release of the movie on BitTorrent and in theaters, Cross offered up a series of wild incentives on the crowd-funding site to beat his $100,000 donations goal. Show More Summary
Around the middle of Hits, a Brooklyn collective of indeterminate purpose cuts together a grandiose YouTube video comparing Dave Stuben (Matt Walsh), a permanently outraged small-town crank, to the Jimmy Stewart of Mr. Smith Goes To Washington. Show More Summary
The "Mr. Show" creator on viral culture, "Arrested Development," Bob Odenkirk and his directorial debut, "Hits"