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Review: Mansome

Review: Mansome

Morgan Spurlock's latest nonthreatening documentary fails to find much point in its subject: men's grooming.
Morgan Spurlock's latest documentary
By  |  May 12, 2012

Review: The Secret World of Arrietty

The most touching love story and best children's movie in a long time, Hiromasa Yonebayashi's adaptation of Mary Norton's book The Borrowers employs old-fashioned animation techniques to create a world that is familiar, uncanny, and luminous.
The best children's movie in a long time
By PETER KEOUGH  |  February 17, 2012

Review: The Increasingly Poor Decisions of Todd Margaret

Say this for The Increasingly Poor Decisions of Todd Margaret (Fridays at 10 pm on IFC), David Cross's new show for Channel 4 in England and IFC here: the title is apt.
Would watching be a good decision?
By RYAN STEWART  |  October 15, 2010

Interview: Will Arnett

When it went off the air, in 2006, Arrested Development had already cemented its status as one of the great TV comedies of all time.
The actor looks back at Arrested Development and forward to Running Wilde
By RYAN STEWART  |  September 17, 2010

Review: Despicable Me

First-time directors Chris Renaud and Pierre Coffin and the other filmmakers behind this slight but engaging kids' animated comedy have no ambitions to be original, but like their villainous hero, Gru (voiced by a borscht-accented Steve Carell), they ins
Grand theft: the kids are all right
By PETER KEOUGH  |  July 09, 2010

Review: When In Rome

Exhibits neither an eye nor an ear for comedy.
... make a hasty retreat
By BRETT MICHEL  |  February 05, 2010


Gag reel

The Devil's in the details in Fox's new animated series, Sit Down, Shut Up , but I wish he'd gotten more involved in the main elements as well — like stories.
Sit Down, Shut Up needs to take its own advice
By DAVID KRONKE  |  April 17, 2009

Horton Hears a Who!

Although it scatters a few jokes for adults, some of them earnestly funny, Horton lacks the wit and layered cleverness of the good animated films of recent years.
Good-natured, egalitarian, and mildly stupid
By JASON O'BRYAN  |  March 12, 2008

The Brother Solomon

We’re past the point of blaming the system.
Adding to Odenkirk's cinematic slump
By CHRIS BRAIOTTA  |  September 12, 2007

Let's Go to Prison

As a comedy, Bob Odenkirk’s penitentiary send-up is bootless. Watch the trailer for Let's Go to Prison  (QuickTime)
Drops the soap
By TOM MEEK  |  November 21, 2006

Stunted Development

Watching the third and final season of Arrested Development , out now on DVD, it becomes clear why the show didn’t find a larger audience.
The final season of Arrested Development on DVD
By RYAN STEWART  |  September 07, 2006

You're with me, mousepad

Games we'd like to see
By MITCH KRPATA  |  August 30, 2006