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In Honor Of ‘Boyhood’: A Look Back At The ‘Before’ Trilogy, A Lotta Years Later

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With 'Boyhood' opening in a handful more cities, we take a look back at Richard Linklater's 'Sunrise/Sunset' trilogy to see if it's worth revisiting.


‘Tammy’ Is A Preachy, Family-Friendly, Feel-Good Movie About Self-Confidence: Brace Yourself

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'Tammy' is not the movie you think it is, which turns out to be a mixed blessing.


Sarcastic Children With Cancer Are A Gross But Successful Formula In ‘The Fault in Our Stars’

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'The Fault in Our Stars' attempts to balance sarcasm and syrup, constructing a cancer movie "entirely out of finger quotes."


In ‘The Signal,’ Sensitive Metrosexuals Battle Evil, Fight Corruption, Set Long-term Goals

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The Signal, an apocalyptic sci-fi thriller set to a Garden State soundtrack, and a milquetoast movie best washed down with a warm glass of milk.


In Clark Gregg’s ‘Trust Me,’ Nice Guys Finish In A Fiery Pit of Death

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Clark Gregg writes and directs and light-hearted romp about - whomp whomp! - sex abuse.


FilmDrunk Interview: Director Of ‘The Signal,’ William Eubank

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Heather interviews William Eubank, who at just 31 has finished his second feature film, The Signal, an indie sci-fi shot on a $2 million budget.


‘Mom’s Night Out’ Is A PG-Rated, Faith-Based Mom-Com: Viewer Discretion Advised

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'Mom’s Night Out' looks back nostalgically to a time when both gender roles and women’s vaginas remained effortlessly tight.

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‘The Other Woman’ Review: Not Even Kate Upton’s Boobs Can Save This Soulless Glorified Tampon Commercial

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'The Other Woman' is a glorified tampon commercial where upper-class women in upper-class pantsuits enact softcore revenge on their cuckolding husbands.


In Honor Of Hollywood’s Bible Boner, Here Are The 5 Most Unbearable Biblical Epics

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With 'Noah' out, 'Exodus' in production, and Hollywood's Bible boner at full mast, Heather takes a look at the five most unbearable Biblical epics.


Grad Student Dongs, Sh*t-Smeared Children, And Other Highlights From The James Franco Film Festival, 'FrancoFest'

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Heather reports from James FrancoFest, IFC's week-long celebration of all things James Franco.


In Honor Of Ellen Page: How To Write A Celebrity Coming Out Speech In 10 Simple Steps

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In honor of Ellen Page's recent lesbian announcement, Heather runs through the 10 steps to any successful celebrity coming out speech.


Stream It Highbrow: 7 Ways To Watch All The Sex With None Of The Shame This Valentine’s Day

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Let's face it, you're probably going to watch a sexy movie this Valentine's Day. Heather helps you keep it classy with only the highest brow sex titles.


REVIEW: Seltzer-Friedberg’s ‘Best Night Ever’ is ‘Worst Night Ever’ for Anyone Forced to Watch It

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Imagine if the creative geniuses behind The Hangover Part III met up with the directors of The Starving Games and then hired real-life human Bratz Dolls to take round-the-clock dumps on camera.


Stream At Your Own Risk: The 10 Most Terrible Gay & Lesbian Films On Netflix

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Heather explores the saddest, darkest and loneliest corner of gay life, known as “Netflix: Gay & Lesbian.”


BYO Barf Bag: Heather Reviews ‘The Secret Life Of Walter Mitty’

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The Secret Life of Walter Mitty feels like it was produced by a teenager who reads too much J.D. Salinger


Heather Reviews: Justin Bieber's 'Believe'

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Justin Bieber will convince many non-beliebers in 'Believe,' just not Anne Frank.

BEST OF 2013

Future Spinoffs: 8 Supporting Actresses We Could’ve Used More of in 2013

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Inspired by Vince’s totally excellent “<a href="http://filmdrunk.uproxx.com/2013/12/best-of-2013-minor-characters-we-need-more-of" target="_blank">10 Awesome Minor Characters We Could Have Used More Of in 2013</a>” feature, I came up with a list of 8 supporting actresses who also deserve their own films [She lies, I assigned it to her.


HEATHER REVIEWS: Dallas Buyers Club

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Seeking to soothe the nerves of anxious moviegoers, Dallas Buyers Club tells a real-life story of the AIDS crisis from the point of view of a homophobe-with-a-heart-of-gold, Ron Woodruff (Matthew McConaughey).


Heather from ‘Lesbians React’ Reviews Catching Fire, and It’s Another Must-Read

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Heather Dockray from Lesbians React to the Sex Scenes Blue is the Warmest Color returns to review The Hunger Games: Catching Fire, and it's another must-read.

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