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and the Power of Ambivalence in Abortion Stories
It’s the last 15 minutes of the film that deserve extra attention.
Duo to Make Next Film
Co-starring John Turturro and Edie Falco.
The Best Comedy Directors of 2014
As this column wraps up its first full year, I present the 1st Annual 2014 Comedy Film School Awards. These awards are determined by a voting […]
Brad Becker Parton
the toughest scene i wrote
’s Perfect Fart/Cry Balance
One fart “literally sucked the air out of a scene.”
Jenny Slate on How to Avoid Rom-Com Clichés
“It’s always like, is she gonna start her cupcake business?”
Watch Jenny Slate and the
Crew Discuss Veering Off-Script
The movie just arrived on Blu-ray and DVD.
’s Jake Lacy Is Joining
will he woo?!
Jenny Slate Chats With Her Comedy Besties
So much laughing.
: The Right to Choose Ambivalence
Gillian Robespierre’s new comedy, starring Jenny Slate.
With Jenny Slate
“One thing I think our movie fights for, and I will fight for as a person, is that it’s a woman’s right not just to choose but to have complex feelings about that choice.”
Summer Movie Preview 2014: Which Movies Should You Watch, Stream, or Skip?
This year’s version of Eff, Marry, Kill.
Watch the Trailer for the Jenny Slate Movie ‘Obvious Child’
Here’s the trailer for Obvious Child, a new comedy starring Jenny Slate as a Brooklyn standup who gets dumped, fired, and pregnant back to […]
Watch Jenny Slate in the Delightful
Sundance’s hottest abortion comedy.
Jesse David Fox