Tag Archives: comedy

Murder on the Intrepid

Over the course of the past several weeks I have learned a couple of things about myself. I crave violence in entertainment. I like things to stay the same, and if they work, I don’t get tired of them. I … Continue reading

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“The Holiday”

    I own this movie. But it’s on Lifetime and I can’t look away. Why IS that?! I have evaluated and reevaluated why these certain bits of slush are welcome to replay in my head, over and over. They … Continue reading

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The Cure for Shyness: Excerpt

In the deserted wasteland of the traditional romantic comedy, “The Cure for Shyness” emerged as a screenplay written to the normal standard: A girl. A boy, a conflict, a resolution. A happy ending. Throw in a sister with Down syndrome, … Continue reading

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