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When Bill Hader returns to SNL, everyone gets a case of the giggles.
When this show wants to get serious, it doesn’t mess around.
In Scandal, D.C. has long been a sexually treacherous boys’ club.
All I want is Viola Davis in a series of responsible-looking wigs delivering passionate monologues.
Help your baby mama, Jackson!
Honestly, this entire recap could be all about Van.
Is it Shangela, Kennedy, Trixie, or BeBe Zahara Benet?
Starring Alicia Vikander, the film does everything right that last year’s The Mummy did so garishly, painfully wrong.by
Zoey Deutch stars in Max Winkler’s contrived depiction of teens on a mission to get revenge.by
It’s a surprising high point in Oyelowo’s already distinguished career, and a not-at-all shabby debut for director Nash Edgerton.by
Let’s joyously welcome Ava DuVernay back to Earth.by
Armando Iannucci gets that grotesque horrors often emanate from egotists, clowns, and stumblebums, from small-minded people with unchecked powers.by
The monotonous, would-be edgy teen murder movie is proof that sociopaths make for pretty boring protagonists.by
It couldn’t have arrived at a worse time (or a better one, depending on your perspective).by
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“Thanks for understanding,” Questlove tweeted.
Cialis, the devil’s pill.
Season one hasn’t even concluded yet.
“I may not be very good on camera, but behind the scenes, my ideas are much worse.”
Whaaaaat are yoooou doooooing here?
John Goodman! Perfect!
This monologue has everything: Seizure-inducing Malaysian music. Sexy asbestos. Roman J. Israel, Esq.
“I’m not wearing a chicken suit.”
“I finally had enough.”
“The reality is funnier than anything one can do.”
Lifetime has done it again.
Shia LaBeouf will play a character based on his own father in the movie.
“It’s not a thing to be enjoyed, it’s a thing of: ‘You better f—ing do this, otherwise, you’re a c—.’ That’s not fun anymore.”
“All last night I was saying on a loop, ‘I can’t believe that just happened.’”
“A night with Harvey — that’s the price you pay.”
“What is wrong with me?”