Jason Bateman and Melissa McCarthy play victim and thief in a mean-spirited road-trip comedy
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Calling this album “pedestrian” is a feat of audacity
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As production begins for web versions of ‘One Life to Live’ and ‘All My Children,’ fans say the answer is “yes”
In the new, post-Dan Harmon episodes, this once-brilliant community college sitcom now looks like a Cliff’s Notes version of itself.