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Thursday, December 20 2007

The Simpsons Movie

The Simpsons Movie may be familiar, but it's bigger and visually richer than what we're used to, as well as funnier than many of the show's more recent episodes.


Wednesday, August 8 2007

Woohoo! Satire seeing a revival


Wednesday, August 1 2007

20 essential things I’ve learned from Homer Simpson


Friday, July 27 2007

The Simpsons Movie

If you understand the Simpsons to be at once the most egregious and exemplary dysfunctional family in U.S. popular culture, Marge's stalwart strength isn't nearly so spectacular as Bart and Homer's bizarrely symphonic pandemonium.


Thursday, July 26 2007

The Simpsons Movie

After 18 years on the air and nearly 400 amazing episodes, The Simpsons Movie delivers the entertainment equivalent of a 90 minute greatest hits package.


The voice of Bart Simpson says don’t have a cow about the movie

"Their idea of a 10-year-old boy might be different from yours. But for that one, I gambled. One voice. I was hired on the spot."


Tuesday, July 24 2007

It’s ‘The Simpsons,’ bigger than ever

"The Simpsons" is toweringly unsentimental, just as it can be ragingly silly, but its message -- and, yeah, there was always a message.


Monday, July 23 2007

The evolution of ‘The Simpsons’

Matt Groening's zany creation, in the words of author Chris Turner ("Planet Simpson: How a Cartoon Masterpiece Defined a Generation"), has gone from being a "subversive smart bomb" that exploded upon prime time, to "pop-cultural wallpaper".


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