Tagged: Olivia Munn

Movie Review: ‘The Predator’

Andrew Payne reviews The Predator, Shane Black's entry into the sci-fi franchise that could have used a little more Shane Black.

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Movie Review: ‘Office Christmas Party’

Hiko Mitsuzuka crashes the R-rated "Office Christmas Party" with a review of the yuletide work-com.

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Daily Show Correspondents: Where Are They Now?

Steve Carell is not the only famous face who used to report for Jon Stewart. These stars all got their start at The Daily Show.

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The Newsroom: The Greater Fool

Season 1 of The Newsroom ended much like it began, with liberal newscasts, unnecessary love permutations in an oversaturated episode. Don’t worry, the season finale also put down its female characters, too.

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The Newsroom: The Blackout, Part 1: Tragedy Porn

After six episodes of looking like a pushover, Emily Mortimer’s Mac character finally stood up for herself in last week’s episode of The Newsroom. Would that be a one-week aberration, or would Mac continue her path to the respectability suggested by her resume and experience?

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Review: ‘The Babymakers’

From the same guys who brought us Super Troopers and Beerfest comes an equally raunchy yet surprisingly touching (well, in a few parts) story about a couple trying to have a baby. Kit Bowen gives her take on the film.

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The Newsroom: Bullies

Which is longer? The time between a real-life event and its portrayal on The Newsroom or the time between an Olympic event and its broadcast on NBC?

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The Newsroom: News Night 2.0

Thomas Boorstein recaps the second episode of The Newsroom, which is chock full of sometimes unecessary subplots, and sometimes-snappy dialogue.

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Review: ‘I Don’t Know How She Does It’

Sarah Jessica Parker stars in the new film I Don't Know How She Does It. While Angela Stern says it's far from a great film, it does serve as an anthem to working mothers.

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Will ‘Outsourced’ and ‘Perfect Couples’ be Canceled?

It appears that a weak year for new television shows will end on a sour note for two NBC freshman comedies. Despite much hyped beginnings, Outsourced and Perfect Couples quickly unraveled and both seem headed for the chopping block. Megan Lane looks at what went wrong.

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Merritt: Perfect Couples is Perfectly Dreadful

Despite the promise of some comedic talent and a plum timeslot, this generic relationship comedy strikes out on every level.

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