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Why Judd Apatow Had to Make 'Doc and Darryl'

ESPN's 30 for 30 documentary "Doc & Darryl. Great piece. It took every bone in my co-dependent body to not want to help Doc is some way.

ESPN Films 30 For 30: Rand University (DVD)

Marquis Daisy's documentary RAND UNIVERSITY details the difficult upbringing faced by Randy Moss, who would grow up there and one day become one of the most talented wide receivers of his era. Moss ha

Gene Wilder: A Master of Hysteria

Gene Wilder: A Master of Hysteria: Gene Wilder made it impossible not to laugh. Sometimes it's as simple as that — a gift that keeps on giving. So even as we mourn Wilder's death at 83 from complications of Alzheimer's disease, we remember that talent he had for reducing us to helpless giggles.How diThis article originally appeared on www.rollingstone.com: Gene Wilder: A Master of Hysteria…

Ethan Coen Pens Scathing 'Thank You Note' After Trump Victory

Ethan Coen penned a scathing "thank you note" to third-party voters, Jimmy Fallon and the Electoral College following Donald Trump's victory.

The Stripper Who Cried Rape: Revisiting the Duke Lacrosse Case Ten Years Later - ESPNs 30 for 30 documentary Fantastic Lies probes the infamous 2006 Duke lacrosse case where three white student-athletes were (falsely) accused of raping a black stripper. http://ift.tt/1TUPR5V Love #sport follow #sports on @cutephonecases

Watch 'The Warriors' Reunite to Discuss Cult Film's Legacy, Fandom

Watch 'The Warriors' Reunite to Discuss Cult Film's Legacy, Fandom: Reimagining the five boroughs as a graffiti-coated war zone, Walter Hill's 1979 cult classic The Warriors made stars out of a group of unknowns and minted a confirmed midnight-movie hit. Decades later, diehard fans still congregate to quote dialogue and celebrate this punk artifact on Coney Island – and in a new exclusive video, Rolling Stone sat down withThis article originally appeared on www.rollingstone.com: Watch 'The…

'Best Worst Thing' Movie Review: Broadway-Flop Doc Is a Success

'Best Worst Thing That Ever Could Have Happened': Broadway-Flop Doc Is a Success: You don't have to be a fan of Broadway musicals to love every minute of Best Worst Thing That Ever Could Have Happened. This story of one of the most crushing flops to ever hit the Great White Way speaks to the ambition that drives all of us, even sometimes into a brick wall. Back in 1981, composer-lyricist Stephen Sondheim and producer-director Harold Prince were the toasts ofThis article originally appeared…

Suicide Squad Is the Future of Superhero Movies—Except For One Thing

11 Best Movies of 2016 So Far

From an instant Coen brothers' classic to 'Captain America,' here are the first-half cream of this year's cinematic crop.