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    Review: Zombie Tale 'Life After Beth' Starring Aubrey Plaza And Dane DeHaan Lacks Bite

    In the last decade, left-of-center,"quirky" zombies have become so ubiquitous so as to reach critical mass. Just as many spoofs reach theaters as straight-ahead horror renditions. As with anything reaching its cultural saturation point, it’s the singer, not the song, and the results have been all ov...

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    Interview: Aubrey Plaza, Matthew Gray Gubler & More on Zombie Comedy 'Life After Beth'

    Sometimes the chemistry on a set works just perfectly, and you can just tell the cast had a ball making the movie. Such is the case with “Life After Beth,” Jeff Baena’s directorial debut, which premiered last week at the Sundance Film Festival. The zombie comedy has a lively cast led by Aubrey Plaza...

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    Aubrey Plaza Might Play a Zombie in 'Life After Beth,' But She's Not 'Deadpan'

    When not playing fan favorite April Ludgate in NBC's sitcom "Parks and Recreation," Aubrey Plaza has been busy on the indie film front, headlining a number of winning comedies that showcase her deft appeal. Since proving she could carry a film in 2012's breakout hit "Safety Not Guaranteed," Plaza fr...

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    Review: All-Star 'About Alex' Tries Hard to Win You Over, But Ends Up Falling Flat

    "About Alex" is like a camp getaway for adults, but without the fun.

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    Review: 'Big Chill'-Esque 'About Alex' Starring Aubrey Plaza, Max Greenfield, Max Minghella And More

    Every generation needs a couple of reunion movies, and in “About Alex" we have another one. First-time writer-director Jesse Zwick doesn't so much swing for the fences as attempt to dribble a single down the baseline. This comedy-drama doesn't reach any untold heights, but with formula pictures like...

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    Watch: Close The Door On Your Way Out With 2 Clips From 'Life After Beth' With Aubrey Plaza & Dane DeHaan

    Relationships end all the time, but every once in a while they start up again. Maybe those old fires are still burning, or maybe one cannot imagine life without the suddenly absent ex. But in "Life After Beth," a couple are put through a completely unexpected experience.

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    Love 'Guardians of the Galaxy' Star Chris Pratt? Check Out These 8 'Parks and Recreation' Episodes

    "Guardians of the Galaxy" star Chris Pratt didn't come out of nowhere -- as any fan of the NBC series "Parks and Recreation" can tell you, Pratt has gone from a minor character on the show to maybe its MVP, due to his improv chops, comedic timing and incredible physicality.

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    TIFF Trailer: Hal Hartley's 'Ned Rifle' Starring Aubrey Plaza

    In 1997, Hal Hartley released "Henry Fool," one of the best films of his career, but no one seemed to notice, even though it won the Best Screenplay award at Cannes. But Hartley knew he had something with the characters and world he created and in 2007 he dropped a sequel, "Fay Grim." It was far les...

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    TIFF First Look: Tobey Maguire In 'Pawn Sacrifice' And Aubrey Plaza In Hal Hartley's 'Ned Rifle'

    Furrowed brows, bad suits, worse haircuts—it can only mean one thing: chess. And that game of mental strategy is at the center of "Pawn Sacrifice," which heads to Toronto to make its World Premiere.

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    Watch: Dane DeHaan Finds Out Aubrey Plaza Is Alive In Clip From ZomCom 'Life After Beth' Plus New Pics

    The zombie genre has long been one where filmmakers—who attempt at least do something more than have a bunch of undead people lurching around—try to insert political and social context within the brains being eaten. And while there are plenty of places you can still find that, lately some directors ...

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