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Has Snarky 'Schitt's Creek' Become Television's Sweetest Sitcom?

Season 4 brings a thorough and heartening reinvigoration of the rom-com format, revealing the big heart that beats beneath the clown costume.

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Away We Go

Tricia Olszewski
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Penelope

B.J. Carter
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For Your Consideration (2006)

Despite its comparatively strong plot and sharp satire, For Your Consideration seems less substantial than Guest's other films.

Jesse Hassenger
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Tim Burtons The Nightmare Before Christmas (1993)

In a digital animation era, where cartoons are meticulously rendered, Nightmare plays the role of elder statesman.

Noah Davis
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Christmas With SCTV

If you need a reason to buy the Christmas disc, the answer is John Candy.

Scott Carlson
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The Wool Cap (2004)

Though Gigot harbors no real affinity for the tenants, he can't tell them when he's annoyed or out of sorts due to his being mute.

Nikki Tranter
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SCTV: Volume 3

SCTV: Volume 3 finds the show in the midst of its gonzo stride.

Zeth Lundy
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SCTV Volume 2

The material shows how much the SCTV crew did not engage in either obvious parody or simple knee-jerk laughs.

David Sanjek
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SCTV Network/90: Volume 1

These were smart people who figured out a way to make sketch comedy work in a 90-minute format.

David Sanjek
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Heartburn (1986)

In Heartburn, we're not privy to any clues that Mark might be the unfaithful party, even though we know it's a plot device coming down the track like a Metroliner.

James Oliphant
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A Mighty Wind (2003)

In its focus on these reunited '60s folkies, 'Wind' engages in that most virulent form of nostalgia: '60s-itis.

Josh Jones
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Orange County (2002)

More than anything else, 'Orange County' is mundane.

Cynthia Fuchs
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