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Here’s What the 2017 Emmys Race Should Look Like
Here’s What the 2017 Emmys Race Should Look Like
It’s that time of the year again when we begin to take stock of the best TV of the year and put our heads together to predict who will take home the gold come awards night. On Thursday, the TV Academy will announce their selections for the 2017 Emmy Awards. We already know the usual suspects will pop up, from shoo-in Julia Louis-Dreyfus to Modern Family and House of Cards, but what about the new series and the underdogs?
MTV Tries to ‘Get Out’ of Upside Down in ‘Stranger Things’ Parody
MTV Tries to ‘Get Out’ of Upside Down in ‘Stranger Things’ Parody
Stranger Things may have moved from the Upside Down to whatever nightmare-scape populates Season 2, but leave it to Sunday’s MTV Movie Awards to combine two of the biggest sunken places of recent memory. Get Out meets Stranger Things in a new star-studded parody from the 2017 MTV Movie and TV Awards, and no tree is safe.
‘Little Hours’ Red Band Trailer: Aubrey Plaza and Alison Brie are Sinful Nuns
‘Little Hours’ Red Band Trailer: Aubrey Plaza and Alison Brie are Sinful Nuns
The first — red band and incredibly NSFW — trailer for The Little Hours ticks off so many of the right boxes: Aubrey Plaza and Alison Brie as foul-mouthed, promiscuous nuns. John C. Reilly, merely existing because that’s really all that we require of him. Fred Armisen’s off-kilter humor, Dave Franco (the superior Franco), Nick Offerman, and Molly Shannon — all participating in a raunchy take on those stoic Euro masterpieces from the ’70s. (Despite the fact that The Devils already exists.)
FX ‘Legion’ Review: More ‘Matrix’ Than ‘X-Men,’ But Still the Most Gorgeous Thing on TV
FX ‘Legion’ Review: More ‘Matrix’ Than ‘X-Men,’ But Still the Most Gorgeous Thing on TV
FX and Noah Hawley’s ‘Legion’ dives deep into this trippy, visually arresting and unique slant on the X-Men universe, but what might be the most gorgeous story put to TV can feel a bit lost in all the sensory overload. Our advance review, before the premiere mutates on February 8.
‘The Little Hours’ Review: John C. Reilly Steals This Convent-ional Sundance Comedy
‘The Little Hours’ Review: John C. Reilly Steals This Convent-ional Sundance Comedy
One of the apostles (I think it was Peter) once said that casting John C. Reilly covers over a multitude of sins. The Little Hours is basically a one-joke sketch — medieval nuns swearing like sailors — stretched out to feature length, but whenever the film starts to run out of gas or repeat itself a little too much, there’s Reilly, its rock and redeemer, turning watery jokes into a potent brew.

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