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Summer 2013 was a strong season for that oft-maligned genre, the romantic comedy. Excellent films like The Spectacular Now and Drinking Buddies for the most part avoided rom-com cliches, and reinventions like Joss Whedon's Much Ado About Nothing made timeless story lines seem fresh. Still other on-s ... More >>
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"Aniston's willingness to venture beyond bland star vehicles has demonstrated a becoming fearlessness. "Aniston has escaped the ghettoization that so often serves as the second act of successful television actors. "The Good Girl and Friends With Money are indie charmers about the way we liv ... More >>
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