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    ISA of the Day: Coproduction Office: 3 Festival Films

    IF YOU ARE NOT LOGGED INTO IMDbPRO YOU MAY NOT BE ABLE TO WORK ALL THESE LINKS.

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    Janelle Monae's "Tightrope"

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    BAM Kicks Off "Soccer Fever!" Week in June

    BAM Kicks Off "Soccer Fever!" Week in June

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    Balls to the Walls: Jorma Taccone's "MacGruber"

    “Never ever say never ever.” This is one of the pearls of wisdom of the title character of MacGruber, a film adapted from a series of Saturday Night Live sketches which fans and detractors alike might have agreed would never ever make for a decent movie. Generally running no more than ninety seconds and as ritualistically structured as kabuki theatre (or “Coneheads”), the “MacGruber” skits—wherein a mulleted Will Forte tries and fails to defuse a bomb in the company of Kristen Wiig and that week’s special guest host—epitomize the new house style at Saturday Night Live, and, accordingly, much of American film and television comedy in general: ...

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    Doors at

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    The Original King of Comedy

    Book Review: MACK SENNETT’S FUN FACTORY by Brent E. Walker (McFarland)

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  • Todd McCarthy's Deep Focus
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    Cannes Film Festival Review: "Carlos"

    "Carlos" is everything "Che" wanted to be and much, much more--a dynamic, convincing and revelatory account of a notorious revolutionary terrorist's career that rivets the attention during every one of its 321 minutes. In what is certainly his best work, French director Olivier Assayas adopts a flee...

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    My Cannes Bust: My Top Two List

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