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Boat Parts or Names of Unvaccinated Children?
Hopper, Tiller, Dashiell, Stanchion... Can you differentiate the parts of boats from the names of unvaccinated children?
If Right-Wing Catchphrases Were In '90s Movies
“Do I make you triggered, baby? Do I?”
“A, B, C. Always Be Cucking.”
“I’m White Knight of the world!”
Roommates Take Truth Serum For The First Time
Do you really know your roommate? How do you know that they’re telling you the truth? These roommates took truth serum, and for the very first time, they’ll know exactly how the other feels about everything!
How Comedy’s Weirdest TV Show Ended Before It Began
The creators of The Dress Up Gang talk the twists and turns on their emotional rollercoaster, and why they've decided to release the show on their own
The Woman Behind 'Nancy' Has Made an 80-Year-Old Comic Funny Again
The long-running comic was recently taken over by Olivia Jaimes, who's shifted the focus from boomer humor to jokes about Snapchat, apps, and Twitter bots.
16 Sweet, Tenacious, Crazy Comedy Songs About Love
Whether you love sex, friendship, yourself, or bologna, these songs have you covered.
Will they? Won’t they? Don’t! How Daphne and Niles’s TV love affair started Frasier’s descent
A look back at when Frasier "jumped the shark" for The Guardian.
I Rewatched 'Pixels' to See How a Fun Premise Became an Atrocity
I didn’t go into Pixels thinking I’d hate it when it arrived in the summer of 2015. I went in thinking that it was very hot outside and movie theaters are cool inside, but Pixels ended up being so bad it wasn’t even worth the air conditioning it was shown in. It is the only movie I’ve walked out of mid-screening.
Sorry to Bother You: is Boots Riley’s new film this year’s Get Out?
A rip-roaring tale of code-switching and capitalism, it’s the most significant state-of-the-nation satire since Jordan Peele’s masterpiece
SPEED RACER Is Colorful, Anti-Capitalist, And Criminally Overlooked
The Wachowskis’ anime adaptation may be their most underrated, and subversive, film.
Speed Racer is a successful version of what George Lucas attempted with the Star Wars prequels. Like those films, it’s ostensibly a “kids’ movie,” colorfully simple and CG-driven, with an aspiration to explore deeper philosophical questions beneath the surface.
Conan O'Brien: Stand-up's Best Friend in Late Night
If the other hosts are fans of comedians, they haven’t demonstrated it to the same degree as Conan. The same night Madonna did stand-up on Fallon, Conan had two comedians on: Amy Schumer was lead guest and Joe Zimmerman did a set. The night before featured Tig Notaro and Jon Dore. This is not unusual for the show. Conan’s most booked guest over the years is Marc Maron by a considerable margin; lately Bill Burr has been making multiple appearances per year.
Mission: Impossible Is the Best Film Franchise of the Last 20 Years
Marvel, Harry Potter, Transformers, Bourne, the Fast and the Furious—nobody has even come close to touching Tom Cruise's action series.
People Are Saying This Christian Surfing Movie Is the Next 'The Room'
'Surfer: Teen Confronts Fear' is a surreal meditation on faith and surfing, with the writer/director/producer also starring as a ghost made of squid ink.
Who knew? NFL players love Dragon Ball Z
When you picture an anime geek, the figure that comes to mind probably isn't a 6-foot 310-pound football player. Except that's exactly who Mike Daniels is -- and he's one of many NFL players subverting stereotypes of "nerd" and "jock."
Jared Hess Talks About His New Movie, Don Verdean
Since his directorial debut and, to date, biggest hit Napoleon Dynamite in 2004, the Brigham Young film school grad has made a career out of focusing on the oddballs, from the Mexican wrestler superhero Nacho Libre to the literary fraud at the center of Gentleman Broncos. Fraud is again the theme in his latest feature, Don Verdean, the story of a religious scam artist with good intentions.