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2014 Sundance Diary, Day 3: Comedies with an Edge

I’ve only seen three movies since my last dispatch — Sundance is about finding the time to write whenever you have it and it just comes earlier today than it did yesterday — but one was a true gem. So I’ll be brief.

HollywoodChicago.com Suburban Hookup: 50 Pairs of Guaranteed Tix to ‘Anchorman 2: The Legend Continues’

CHICAGOGuaranteed tickets in the Chicago suburbs! In the latest HollywoodChicago.com Hookup: Film with our unique social giveaway technology, we have 50 pairs of advance-screening guaranteed tickets up for grabs to the highly anticipated sequel “Anchorman 2: The Legend Continues” starring Will Ferrell!

TV Review: Laura Dern Joins Cable Club to Get ‘Enlightened’

CHICAGO – Why has television become the home for so many talented actresses? The sad fact is that Hollywood screenwriters aren’t writing many quality roles for actresses over forty and so you have incredibly gifted performers like Toni Collette, Laura Linney, and Jessica Lange turning to the writing on cable to find roles that challenge them. Will Dern find the same success in HBO’s “Enlightened”?

Blu-Ray Review: ‘Middle Men’ Offers Slick, Hollow Entertainment

Middle Men Blu-Ray

CHICAGO – “Middle Men” marks somewhat of a comeback for director George Gallo, since his recent career has been marred by a series of poorly received comedies. As a writer, Gallo’s films can be as great as “Midnight Run,” and as awful as “The Whole Ten Yards.” “Men” appropriately falls somewhere in the middle, though it’s easily Gallo’s most entertaining film in years.

Slideshow: 31-Image Gallery For ‘Middle Men’ Starring Luke Wilson

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Gabriel Macht plays Buck Dolby in Middle Men.

CHICAGO – This 31-image slideshow contains all of the official press images for the highly anticipated “Middle Men,” starring Luke Wilson, Giovanni Ribisi, Gabriel Macht, Jacinda Barrett, Laura Ramsey, Terry Crews, Rade Sherbedgia, with Kevin Pollak and James Caan. The film was written by George Gallo & Andy Weiss and directed by Gallo. It will be released on August 6th, 2010.

Chris Rock, Martin Lawrence Are Stiff in Tepid ‘Death at a Funeral’

Death at a Funeral

CHICAGO – When some of the funniest comedians in the business – Chris Rock, Martin Lawrence, Tracy Morgan – can’t deliver a absurdist comedy about family secrets, then there truly is “Death at a Funeral.”

Slideshow: 14-Image Gallery For Paramount Summer 2010 Films: ‘Iron Man 2,’ ‘Shrek Forever After’

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Left to right: Barry (Steve Carell) and Tim (Paul Rudd) in Dinner For Schmucks. Credit: Merie Weismiller Wallace / DW Studios.

CHICAGO – This 14-image slideshow contains the official images provided by Paramount for their exciting Summer 2010 slate including “Iron man 2,” “Shrek Forever After,” “The Last Airbender,” “Middle Men,” and “Grease Sing-Along”.

Blu-Ray Review: Criterion Launches Blu-Ray Division With 1990s Independent Hits

Bottle Rocket

CHICAGO – Criterion made their debut on the next-gen format this month with a series of imports from standard to Blu-Ray, the first film by a regular for the Collection, Wes Anderson’s “Bottle Rocket”, and the movie that introduced Wong Kar-wai to the world, “Chungking Express”.

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