• 'Veep'

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    To see Julia Louis-Dreyfus in HBO's hope-it-stays-hysterical Veep is to think: How did they know? How did they — first Larry David, then the rest of Team Seinfeld — know that she was so funny? And HOW she was so funny, with her knack for making genuinely strange women seem perfectly normal? There's little evidence of it on her brief Saturday Night Live tenure.

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  • The Avengers

    'The Avengers' Is the Only Real Summer Movie of the Season

    Back in 2008, when Marvel Studios began the process of building, movie-by-movie, towards the ultimate superhero team-up with the first Iron Man, there was this growing sense of "Can they actually pull this off?" Well, they have. Oh man, have they ever. While the equally anticipated The Dark Knight Rises may prove to be the meatier comic book offering this summer, there is absolutely no way that it's more fun.

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  • Could the MTV Movie Awards Actually Be Good This Year?

    Could the MTV Movie Awards Actually Be Good This Year?

    It's a promising year for the MTV Movie Awards for a couple of reasons. While the last few ceremonies have been seemingly rigged by Twihards, the recent change to the voting system could finally mean some new blood (resisting a Twilight joke) at the podium on June 3.

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  • <i>John Carter</i>

    Do Movies Require Too Much Homework?

    "Escapism." That's the word most often used to describe movies, especially ones involving far away lands or Gamma-irradiated do-gooders. But is it relevant anymore when movies seem to be requiring more and more extracurricular work in order to be fully enjoyed? When do they cease to be merely entertainment and become an exhausting exercise?

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  • Pleased to Meat Me: 'Bob's Burgers' Creators on Episode 6

    Pleased to Meat Me: 'Bob's Burgers' Creators on Episode 6

    When we saw Linda's spinster sister Gayle (Megan Mullally), she was adorning the walls of Bob's Burgers with her paintings of animal anuses. She stops by for a visit before her Eat, Pray, Love sojourn to Indonesia while Bob is getting his teeth drilled by aspiring pickup artist Dr. Yap (Ken Jeong) and mistakes Bob's nitrous oxide-induced hallucinations for advances.

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  • Twilight

    MTV Movie Awards Go Legit: Meet the New Academy

    The MTV Movie Awards have never been what you'd call credible — remember in 2007 when they introduced the "Best Summer Movie So Far" category (in June) just so Viacom could give an award to Transformers? — but this year they are stepping away from being simply a forum for tween girls to award things to Robert Pattinson and are trying much harder to bring back the "music" that's long been missing from MTV.

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