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Superheroes can be funny. I mean, the basic premise of any comic book film is that there’s danger in the city/country/planet/galaxy and only a select group of ridiculously good-looking people dressed in spandex outfits can save us. That’s basically the…
December is the time of the year that brings yule tidings, whatever the hell those are, along with the studio's most family-friendliest blockbusters and their most Oscar-batiest of awards contenders. The release of another Star Wars film is imminent and looms large over this month's releases, but there are still plenty of other films vying for your hard-earned ticket dollars this December.
“It’s like someone saw Ted and decided what it was really missing was a ton of fart and shit jokes.”
“The film itself is an odd mixture of witty humor, forced pop culture references, and tiresome gags. In short, it’s everything you’d expect from a movie written and directed by Seth MacFarlane.”
A Million Ways to Die in the West and the Fall of Seth MacFarlane
Intelligent Design Proponents Still So Mad At 'Cosmos,' Still So Happy They Can Be Mad At 'Cosmos'