Chris O’Dowd

The Lance Armstrong biopic ‘The Program’ is engaging and interesting, yet doesn’t add anything new to a narrative that has enjoyed exhaustive media coverage.

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The effortless chemistry of Murray and Lieberher are the main reason that, even at its most clichéd, St. Vincent mostly works.

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Brendan Gleeson stars in a dark comedy/mystery/character actors’ dream about a priest given a week to live before a stranger plans to kill him.

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The story around The Sapphires is far more interesting than the film itself, which takes a fascinating historical context and filters it through a by-the-numbers romantic comedy filter.

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Everything about Friends With Kids the directorial debut from Jennifer Westfeldt feels like a labor of love. Westfeldt, who also wrote and produced the film alongside Mike Nichols and real-life boyfriend and co-star Jon Hamm manages a cast that has proven their comedic chops on Parks And Recreation, Saturday Night Live and Bridesmaids, among other places. In [...]

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After a week off to recover from the KC Oscar Party 2012, Eric, Trey and Trevan return, ready to talk about John Carter, Silent House and Friends With Kids.

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