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Mothers Make Mistakes Trailer: Motherland!

Motherland – Anne (Phillipa Dunne), Liz (Diane Morgan), Julia (Anna Maxwell Martin),  Kevin (Paul Ready), Amanda (Lucy Punch) – Photo Credit: SundanceNow/BBC

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The series is co-created by Sharon Horgan (Catastrophe), Holly Walsh and Helen Linehan (Dead Boss, and Graham Linehan (The IT Crowd).

The entire first season of Motherland premieres on Sundance Now on Thursday, May 10th.

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Sneak Peek: Into The Woods: Anna Kendrick Sings


One of the highlights of Into The Woods is the moment that Cinderella (Anna Kendrick) realises that the Prince is pretty smart.

Follow the jump to hear her sing On the Steps of the Palace. Into The Woods opens on Christmas Day.

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Bad Teacher – Not As Good As It Should Have Been; Not As Bad As It Could Have Been!

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Thanks to the heights reached by Judd Apatow’s comedy factory, the old standards no longer apply. To be a great – even good – R-rated comedy, such a movie has to have a balance between crudity and heart. Too much of one or the other and it just doesn’t work. Jake Kasdan’s Bad Teacher actually goes in a direction that’s completely unexpected: there’s neither enough heart nor enough crudity.

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DVD: Dinner For Schmucks Absurd Comedy Is Just Mean Enough!


Dinner for Schmucks is an American remake of a much darker French farce called Le Diner de Cons [loosely translated, The Dinner Game]. It is built around the idea that Tim Conrad [Paul Rudd] can win a promotion not because of a brilliant idea he pitches at a board meeting of Fender Financial, but by bringing the most spectacular guest to a very special dinner – a dinner where each of the company’s top executives befriends a person of “extraordinary talent” and brings them to said dinner. The catch is that “extraordinary talent” is a euphemism for “idiot.” If Tim can bring the most the spectacularly idiotic person to the dinner, he can gain his promotion.

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