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Jeff Bridges, Simon Pegg, How to Lose Friends & Alienate People (2)

Jeff Bridges, Simon Pegg, How to Lose Friends & Alienate People (2)

Clayton (Jeff Bridges, left) and Sidney (Simon Pegg) in Clayton’s office at Sharps magazine in “How to Lose Friends & Alienate People”.
Photo credit: Kerry Brown

Jeff Bridges, Gwyneth Paltrow, Iron Man (33)

Jeff Bridges, Gwyneth Paltrow, Iron Man (33)

Obadiah Stane (Jeff Bridges, left) and Pepper Potts (Gwyneth Paltrow, right) discuss the fate of billionaire industrialist Tony Stark in “Iron Man”.
Photo credit: Zade Rosenthal

Jeff Bridges, Iron Man (29)

Jeff Bridges, Iron Man (29)

Jeff Bridges stars as Obadiah Stane in “Iron Man”.
Photo credit: Zade Rosenthal

Jeff Bridges, Iron Man (24)

Jeff Bridges, Iron Man (24)

Obadiah Stane (Jeff Bridges) surveys the Iron Monger armor in “Iron Man”.
Photo credit: Zade Rosenthal

Robert Downey Jr., Jeff Bridges, Iron Man (21)

Robert Downey Jr., Jeff Bridges, Iron Man (21)

Tony Stark (Robert Downey Jr., left) and Obadiah Stane (Jeff Bridges, right) in “Iron Man”.
Photo credit: Zade Rosenthal

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  • Drunk History Seasons 1 & 2, 2014

    CHICAGO – The awesomeness of history loses any of its stuffiness with the incredibly fun, indeed educational show “Drunk History” from Comedy Central, its two seasons now released on DVD. Hosted by its creator Derek Waters, the show is a celebration of various historic figures and their under-appreciated true tales, as expressed by funny people narrating in the universal language of inebriation; their recounts are then reenacted by famous actors working with their given dialogue, dressed with the comic cheapness of a bloated biopic.

  • Happy Christmas

    CHICAGO – “Drinking Buddies” director Joe Swanberg’s latest release of the same star wattage is “Happy Christmas,” an even lower-fi story than the Olivia Wilde beer comedy, steered even more by the casting that it was able to assemble. However, with this movie Swanberg doesn’t so much worry about having a story that could be confused with a more mainstream romantic comedy if it were to have a bigger budget.

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