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    Interview: Bill Hader Talks ‘The Skeleton Twins,’ Judd Apatow’s ‘Trainwreck’, And His Top 200 Comedy Films

    Two films released over the weekend, “The Skeleton Twins” and “The Disappearance of Eleanor Rigby: Them" feature actor, writer, and “Saturday Night Live” alum Bill Hader shifting towards dramatic material. The occasion may have been expected —“SNL” cast members have long attempted drama, with mixed ...

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    The Worst And Most Disappointing Films Of 2014 So Far

    We’ve said it before, notably as a lead-in to our recent Best Films Of The Year So Far feature, but 2014 is looking to be a pretty good year for the movies, with a lot more to celebrate than commiserate being unveiled this past six months. And if we can say that the week that “Transformers: Age of E...

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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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    10 Movies To See In June

    Summer 2014 is officially here, and as the kids prepare for three-odd months of freedom the question of what to do with your free time arises. Temperatures start to soar and the air conditioned movie theater becomes your oasis. There’s quite a bit worth seeking out this month with a spate of big-bud...

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    Watch: 2 Clips From David Wain's Rom-Com Send Up 'They Came Together' With Paul Rudd & Amy Poehler

    “We threw in every element: the opposites-attract story line, the Jewish-but-not-too-Jewish funny leading man, the klutzy woman whom you kind of love, the sassy best friend, the black best friend, the wise old grandmother,” writer/director David Wain told EW about his new purposefully cliché rom-com...

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    Watch: First Trailer For David Wain's 'They Came Together' Starring Paul Rudd & Amy Poehler

    David Wain has given comedy fans "Wet Hot American Summer," "The State," "Stella," "Role Models" and more, and for his next trick? He's taking on rom-coms with "They Came Together," and the results looking promising.

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    The Best Films Of The 2014 Sundance Film Festival

    The film writing community is still catching up on sleep, getting over festival flu and showering off the stink of their blogger condos, but there's no escaping it: the Sundance Film Festival is over for another year. For over thirty years, the festival has provided a welcome opportunity to shake of...

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    Sundance Review: David Wain's 'They Came Together' Gives Assembly-Line Rom-Coms A Brisk, Bruising Rebuttal

    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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    The 30 Most Anticipated Films Of The 2014 Sundance Film Festival

    So yes, tomorrow brings the Oscar nominations (and you can take a look at our predictions one last time here). But if there were ever any doubt, there's a double reason that tomorrow might be the biggest day of the year in the movie calendar, because in a piece of scheduling that's somewhat infuriat...

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