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Amy Poehler

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    TV Loves Lucy: This Infographic Reveals Lucille Ball's Massive Influence

    Check out this chart laying out how television's first great female comedian changed the course of pop culture.

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    Review: 'Welcome to Sweden' is the Antithesis of 'Parks and Rec' as Amy Poehler's Brother Bombs

    Greg Poehler's new comedy import isn't lost in translation -- it's simply lost.

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    11 of the Most Unconventional and Innovative Romantic Comedies

    "They Came Together," starring Paul Rudd and Amy Poehler, is a parody of the romantic comedy genre. Check out our list of roms-coms that have an unconventional or innovative twist.

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    Review: Sharp And Savage 'They Came Together' Starring Paul Rudd And Amy Poehler

    A parody that loves, knows and understands what it’s mocking, David Wain’s “They Came Together” (co-written with Michael Showalter) lovingly nuzzles up to the plots, clichés and tropes of the modern big-studio rom-com specifically, only to then slash at the jugular to spill their anemic, overly swee...

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    Watch: First Trailer For Matthew Weiner's 'Are You Here' With Zach Galifianakis, Owen Wilson & Amy Poehler

    “I just continued the process of making the movie. I treated it as a screening,” "Mad Men" creator Matthew Weiner told EW about the less than enthusiastic response to "Are You Here" (retitled from "You Are Here") at TIFF last year. He adds that the finished movie is “actually quite a bit different t...

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    Pixar to Release Its Second Movie With a Female Protagonist Next Year

    Slated for a summer 2015 release, "Inside Out" will focus on an 11-year-old girl's painful move from the Midwest to San Francisco and the emotions -- voiced by Amy Poehler and Mindy Kaling, among others -- provoked by the life change.

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