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Tuesday, 01 July 2008 |  Written by Darren Gross  | 
Mr. Woodcock John Farley (Seann William Scott), the author if the best-selling self-help book, “Letting Go: How to Get Past Your Past,” is on a book tour with his intense publicist, Maggie (Amy Poehler), when he is invited to appear on the Oprah Winfrey show to promote his book.  Unfortunately, he is also simultaneously offered the highest honor his Nebraskan hometown has to offer, the “Corncob Key” to the city.  Much to the annoyance of Maggie, he opts for the Corncob Key over the Oprah appearance and returns to his hometown for the annual “Cornival” where he will be awarded the honor.  John’s return surprises his widowed mother, Beverly (Susan Sarandon) who sheepishly reveals that she’s been seriously dating for the first time in years, and is currently head-over-heels for the man she feels may be “the one,” gym teacher Jasper Woodcock ...
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Thursday, 01 May 2008 |  Written by Bill Warren  | 
Monty Python's Life of Brian Out of the various opi of Monty Python, “Life of Brian” is the magnum.  It’s more focused than “Holy Grail” and definitely more coherent than “Meaning of Life.”  And it follows, pretty much, one character, Brian Cohen (Graham Chapman), from the beginning of the movie to the end.  The other Pythons pop up as needed, or not, but the movie gains interest by having this central character.  Brian is born when Jesus is, and the three wise men accidentally arrive at his cradle in a manger before they realize their mistake, and head for that other manger down the alley a ways.  This disappoints Brian’s cranky mother Mandy (Terry Jones), who liked the gold and frankincense, but could do without the myrrh.  The movie returns to Brian many years later as he and his mother try to hear the Sermon ...
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Thursday, 01 May 2008 |  Written by Darren Gross  | 
Me, Myself & Irene Nice guy Charlie Baileygates (Jim Carrey) is a officer on the Rhode Island State Police, living a contented storybook life with an attractive girlfriend, Layla (Traylor Howard), who he then marries.  Unfortunately, on their return home from the church, Charley gets into an altercation with their over-sensitive, diminutive black limo driver, Shonte (Tony Cox).  Layla plays peacekeeper, but discovers that both she and Shonte are members of Mensa, the elite organization for genius-level intelligence, which she clearly finds attractive.  Nine months later, Charley is surprised when Layla gives birth to triplets, all of them black.  Layla leaves the heartbroken Charley with the kids and speeds off with Shonte.  Luckily, Charley adores the kids, precocious, off-the-chart geniuses, and raises them alone.  Unfortunately, Charley’s endlessly forgiving nature and inability to vent his frustrations has made him into a town laughing stock and ...
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Tuesday, 01 January 2008 |  Written by Mel Odom  | 
Wild Hogs “Wild Hogs” is a fun film a starring quartet who know their stuff and probably had a great time working together. “Wild Hogs” is not Hollywood movie making magic with a message or a moral or any serious issues. Take four actors who can and have pretty much done it all, from outrageous comedy to serious drama, throw them together in a movie that promises a road trip and a chance for each of them to strut their stuff, and shake well with pre-packaged expectations along with a wild card or two, and you could end up with “Wild Hogs”. It sounds a lot like the road trip movies of Bing Crosby and Bob Hope, two guys who also knew their ways around comedy and serious picture-making. However, “Wild Hogs” probably isn’t going to be something that carried the kind of street ...
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Saturday, 01 December 2007 |  Written by Noah Fleming  | 
Bad Santa It is that time of year again. The time for joyous, holiday fun with family and friends, lights and decorations, and good old fashioned Christmas comedy movies. Fortunately, "Bad Santa" is not going to be a holiday classic. Billy Bob Thornton stars as Willie Stokes, a shopping mall Santa Claus and an utter drunk. Tony Cox plays his elf companion, Marcus. The duo works at a shopping mall for 30 days during the holiday season. They use that time to scope out the security scene and wait for Christmas Eve night. On that night they defeat the shopping mall's security system and rob the joint. Marcus steals from the items on the floor that have been listed out for him by his girlfriend, while Stokes works on cracking the safe. After the job, Stokes attempts to retire to Miami. However, he ends up wasting his stolen money and drinking more than ever. Marcus ...
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