Rashida Jones Reviews, Interviews & More

'Ant-Man' May Get Evangeline Lilly As Female Lead

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The momentum for Edgar Wright's upcoming movie Ant-Man continues to go strong, at least in the casting department. We know who's going to don the superhero suit, but what other characters may enter the mix? We're not entirely sure at the moment, but we know that they're keen on hiring Evangeline Lilly if everything goes right.

'Parks And Recreation': Rob Lowe And Rashida Jones Are Leaving

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Prepare to hear an unfunny onslaught of jokes about how this is “literally” the worst sitcom news of all time: Rashida Jones and Rob Lowe are both quitting the excellent Parks and Recreation (see, because Rob Lowe’s character says “literally” a lot—so it’s funny!).  The two actors will be bailing on the show this season.

Parks And Recreation: Leslie And Ben: Episode 14 Season 5 – TV Review

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Parks And Recreation: Leslie And Ben: Episode 14 Season 5  – TV Review
Cue wedding bells on Parks and Recreation. This week, the appropriately titled episode "Leslie and Ben" features our two lovebirds who say to hell with getting married in May (what about sweeps?!), and instead decide to have a spontaneous ceremony at the black tie gala that began last week on "Emergency Response". Check below for the full review....

Parks And Recreation: Season 4 Episode 21: Bus Tour – TV Review

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Parks And Recreation Season 4 Episode 21 Bus Tour – TV Review
Parks and Recreation loads up the second to last episode of season four with more comedy awesomeness. Going into the final day of persuading Pawnee voters, Leslie Knope's campaign is running like a well-oiled machine... until. That's right, something crazy happens, and it includes another guest appearance from Paul Rudd. What's not crazy is...

Parks And Recreation: Season 4 Episode 20: The Debate – TV Review

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Parks And Recreation Season 4 Episode 20 The Debate  – TV Review
With Amy Poehler handling the writing and directing (and acting!) chores this week, she crafts a sensational episode of Parks and Recreation, where her Leslie Knope finally gets into the debate ring with Bobby Newport. And that means the welcome return of Paul Rudd. The show is running full steam ahead as it prepares for the finale...

Parks And Recreation: Season 4 Episode 18: Lucky – TV Review

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Parks And Recreation Season 4 Episode 16 Lucky  – TV Review
The last "Parks and Recreation" episode until April 19th is solid comedy, highlighted by a terrific script from cast member Nick Offerman. The show heads to the NBC bench with a funny guest appearance by Sean Hayes, who encounters a rather tipsy Leslie Knope. It's getting redundant to call it another excellent episode of comedy, but that's how it is! See ya in a few weeks, 'Parks &...

Sundance 2012: Brendan's Top Five Films to See

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Alright! It's 2012, which means this could be the last Sundance Film Festival ever, so we'd better make the most of it! With over 100 feature narrative & documentary films being screened, as well as short film programs, panel discussions, art installations, music performances, and industry parties, it's next to impossible to decide how to spend our time here! However, I've managed to whittle...

Parks And Recreation: Season 4 Episode 9: Citizen Knope – TV Review

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Parks And Recreation Season 4 Episode 9 Citizen Knope – TV Review
There was bound to be a minor - very minor - letdown on "Parks and Recreation" after last week's A+ episode. But "Citizen Cope" still scores high marks across the board, allowing the world to get an up-close look at Leslie Knope, Private Citizen. There is also a pretty good twist at the end. Check below for the complete review...

Top 5 TV Comedies That Figured It Out

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As with every new year of television, the weakest shows that cost the most money are often cancelled after airing a handful of episodes. For example:  this season, we've already seen The Playboy Club get shuttered, among others. TV shows are often about the ensemble, and most of their casts need time to work together to see how their chemistry develops over longer...

The Muppets: Movie Review

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There's something curious about relaunching a famous brand that has gotten dusty. Sometimes reboots are done out of love, but more often than not it's just a cashgrab. But don't worry about 2011's The Muppets, it was made by the right people for the right reasons. There's no denying that The Muppets are a beloved group of performers, but between...

Parks And Recreation: Season 4 Episode 6: End Of The World – TV Review

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Parks And Recreation Season 4 Episode 6 End Of The World – TV Review
It's the end of the world on the latest installment of "Parks and Recreation." A local Pawnee group predicts that the end is near, so what better time for our friends in Pawnee to reflect on their own lives. Leslie loses her cool over the thought of Ben with someone else and Tom and Jean-Ralphio decide to throw the party to end all parties. The cast is in fine form and the writing first class,...

Finding Joe: Movie Review

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Finding Joe is a scary documentary. Really scary if you’ve had any doubts about who you are, where you’re going, where you’ve been or how to start fresh. From first time feature-length director Patrick Takaya Solomon, Joe is a special brand of touchy-feely motivational cinema that gives you every reason in...