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'2 Broke Girls' Is on the Way to Comedy Bankruptcy

While it has moments that make you think about laughing, this sitcom relies heavily on poorly delivered re-hashings of the same tired jokes.

Liz Medendorp
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Nick and Norah's Infinite Playlist

A little cute, sure, but strikingly real -- or at least faked with a lot of heart.

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OMG - The 20 Worst Films of 2008

There's bad, and then there's 2008 level bad. You know this list is looking down into a deep dark bottomless pit of cinematic despair when Mike Myers' shameful Love Guru didn't even make the Top 20!

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Celulloid Culpability - Top 10 Film Guilty Pleasures of 2008

Like comedy or music, one's choice in cinematic pleasure can be very personal - and very peculiar. Take this tantalizing list of shameful indulgences. You can argue over their artistic value, but their individuals rewards definitely speak to those who champion them.

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Nick & Norah's Infinite Playlist

At its heart, Nick & Norah's Infinite Playlist is a fairy tale, a collective delusion about the here and now.

Brendon Bouzard
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Talk, Talk, Talk: October 2008

What studio suit thought this was a good idea? With four months to schedule your high priced efforts, you instead unload almost 30 overpriced pictures on an unsuspecting movie audience.

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The House Bunny

The House Bunny is truly toxic, telling women to hate their bodies and hide their talents.

Brendon Bouzard
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Charlie Bartlett

A teen comedy without many laughs, a social satire that cuts so deep it leaves viewers squirming.

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The Return of the Popcorn Circus: August 2008

Talk about a crowded schedule. There are more offerings scheduled this month than in the previous two combined.

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Charlie Bartlett

As Charlie learns his own limits and the value of "being himself," his movie turns increasingly humdrum.

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