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The Invention of Lying

Features

Monday, September 7 2009

Part One: September

Our spread starts off with a collection of cast-offs, creative risks, and the contractually obligated releases. While there may be a substantial helping of something entertaining during this hefty four-week first course, don't be put off by such a portion size. To paraphrase an old saying, too many mediocre movies can definitely spoil the season-ing.


Columns

Thursday, February 23 2012

Why I Dumped Ricky Gervais for Karl Pilkington (but Am Still Seeing Stephen Merchant on the Side)

Did the record breaking Ricky Gervais Show podcast give insight into the real people behind it? Or were they just three more brilliant comic creations?


Reviews

Thursday, January 21 2010

The Invention of Lying

What has already been a clever and funny movie takes a clever, funny and philosophical turn.


Thursday, October 1 2009

The Invention of Lying

The Invention of Lying's conventionally gendered division of rom-com labor is not exactly ameliorated by Mark's good intentions.


Blogs

Friday, October 2 2009

'Lying' is a Likeable Religious Spoof

It seems odd, given the immeasurable popularity of his Office sitcom (both in its UK and USA variations) that Ricky Gervais is still not a


News

Monday, April 5 2010

Prepare for 'Date Night' by reliving these bad dates

Movies and dates are like flowers and candy. Or flowers and napalm. Or a tuxedo with the zipper down. Or a French poodle with rabies.


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