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If inspired silliness and Internet ubiquity are the controlling factors in this year's Emmy race, then Jimmy Kimmel just might be able to break "The Daily Show With Jon Stewart" stranglehold on the…
Comic-book fans have an understandable fear of not being taken seriously, particularly when it comes to a signature character like Batman, who has been subjected to no end of camp treatment and abuse…
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One of Steve Coogan's finest comic creations makes an effortless transition to the bigscreen.
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Legend turned hassock-hopping into high art
Having thoroughly subverted the sitcom formula on TV, "Family Guy" creator Seth MacFarlane delivers a predictably irreverent satire that's sweeter and, sadly, less funny than you might expect.
From the start, Dick Clark's career was distinguished by his skill at working both sides of the camera.
Judd Apatow has a habit of making us laugh and we like him for that. But now that he's achieved a certain ubiquity, he has raised an intriguing question: Can you be both ubiquitous and funny?