Tagged: comedy

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Breaking & Exiting: Damages, by David Bax

Peter Facinelli really likes to rack focus. Breaking & Exiting, his feature directorial debut, is replete with mid-shot focal shifts. It’s like he can’t control himself. At one point, while our protagonist, Harry (Milo Gibson), is filling up his truck...

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BlacKkKlansman: Black Lightning, by David Bax

It’s definitely no accident that Spike Lee’s BlacKkKlansman is hitting theaters almost exactly a year after white supremacist supporters of President Donald Trump marched in Charlottesville, Virginia, shouting racist slogans and carrying Nazi and Confederate flags and eventually murdering a counter-protestor. Lee...

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Comedians in Cars Getting Cranky, by Tyler Smith

Like many people, I’m a big fan of Jerry Seinfeld. Not only is he responsible for quite possibly the greatest sitcom ever made, but his comedic sensibilities – those of exasperated amusement with the world around us – influenced an...

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Monday Movie: Duck Soup, by Josh Long

The Marx Brothers had a spark of impishness that none of their contemporaries could really touch. Their films always brought them into the world of high society, and watched them spin chaos just for fun. Duck Soup is probably the...