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"Last Vegas": a comedy full of geezers and groaners

Published Nov. 1, 2013

How many tired old people jokes - and you know what; just tired jokes in general - can be wedged into a script before the audience attempts to drown themselves in butter flavoring? This is the difficult question proposed by the new oh-those-goofy-geezers comedy "Last Vegas" - or as I've been calling it with all-too-smug satisfaction, "The Hangolder."

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Love stinks: Five heartbreakingly good anti-Valentine's Day films

Published Feb. 13, 2013

There are plenty of movies out there for those who want to believe in a thing called love, but what about those who - for whatever reason - want to give the holiday the middle finger? Here are five great, suitably pessimistic movies that'll have you belting "Love Stinks" like Adam Sandler in "The Wedding Singer."

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OnMedia: A new Obama for "SNL"?

Published Sept. 8, 2010

"Saturday Night Live" adds four new cast members, including a comic known for his Obama impression ... Meanwhile, Amy Poehler and Katy Perry will appear on the Sept. 25 season premiere ... Good numbers for the premiere of "Real Milwaukee" ... The man who created "Bonanza" dies at 93.

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"Dupree" shows its hand too early

Published July 14, 2006

“You, Me and Dupree” is a romantic comedy with some Farrelly Brothers trimmings that doesn’t stretch those “hows” nearly far enough. The film shows us its entire hand within the first 10 minutes.

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Soderbergh's "Traffic" even better than you think

Published Jan. 8, 2001

By now, most people know that "Traffic" deals with America's failing war on drugs. Some will not like what it has to say. But don't expect a "message movie" or any easy answers. Director Stephen Soderbergh and writer Steven Gaghan ("Rules of Engagement") let the viewer draw their own conclusions.

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Rev. Ron reviews "Last Vegas"

It's been some time since I've spent a significant amount of time in Las Vegas but my time has never been as eventful as the movies make it out to be. There's no big breasted beautiful woman in bikinis giving me a wink and a smile, no huge jackpot on my first pull of a slot machine crank, no blac...


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