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  1. Just putting this here, FYI. I recording episode 1, but haven't watched it yet. Personally, I don't have high expectations. Not so good: https://www.vulture.com/amp/2019/02/miracle-workers-tbs-review.html Mashable says: "It's a daunting task to dive in alongside such heavy hitters [as The Good Place], yet Miracle Workers takes the plunge – and mostly falls flat. The jokes are generic, (often scatological – where the bar once raised by American Vandal is nowhere near met), and they feel incomplete, as if we've just heard the first draft and no one tried to improvise or push it further."
  2. Tyler

    Swiss Army Man

    Reports from Sundance were calling Swiss Army Man the "Daniel Radcliffe farting corpse movie." Seems like they were accurate. There appears to be more so it than that, though.
  3. Jason Panella

    Horns

    The trailer for Horns, based on the novel by Joe "Don't Call Me Stephen King's son" Hill, is up. (For search purposes, should also add: directed by Alexandre Aja.)
  4. Harry Potter and Don Draper are playing younger and older versions of the same character, who is apparently based on Mikhail Bulgakov.
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