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#274: EstroFest 2008

August 27, 2008

Notes from the Manager

I'm going to try for another strip on Friday (hence the Wednesday update), buuut it might just end up being an extra-long Monday strip.

In the mean-time, complain about the new hairstyles in the Multiplex Forum!

You can see a trailer for House Bunny over at Apple. I enjoyed House Bunny, by the way. It's not a new comedy classic by any stretch of the imagination (perhaps it would have been if the writers — who previously penned Legally Blonde — had, you know, stretched their imagination a little bit more), but Anna Faris is always terrific, delivering mediocre lines so spot-on that it actually makes them funny… and it sure doesn't hurt that there's a lot of eye candy in the movie, despite the excess of slut-gear. (And yet, the screening I went to was almost entirely girls.)

For more on my thoughts (as well as Tom and Joe's) about the movie, check out episode #87 of The Triple Feature.


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Trailer Watch: Jenny Slate in Obvious Child

Thursday, April 17, 2014

This apparently hit big at Sundance, and who doesn’t like Jean-Ralphio’s sister on Parks & Rec? Okay, maybe a lot of people, but Jenny Slate is fuckin’ funny. Anyway. Obvious Child is an indie comedy-drama about a young potty-mouth comedian (Slate) who finds out she’s pregnant and… just watch this.

Obvious Child was written and directed by Gillian Robespierre. It hits theaters on June 6, 2014. It’s so indie, its official movie site is on Tumblr.

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