Latest Movie Releases: Week of May 29
|Captain Underpants: The First Epic Movie||Wonder Woman||The B-Side: Elsa Dorfman's Portrait Photography||Churchill||Dean|
This year's SheDot Festival ("Toronto's Festival of Funny Women") runs from May 4-7 and features stand-up, sketch, and improv shows; workshops; and industry panels. Now in its fourth year, it has grown from an essentially local Toronto festival to one featuring a majority of its performers from across North America.
"Why didn't you say this to me when I was alive?"
When I was younger there was one thing that always bugged me about television shows. It seemed like every show had to go out of its way to preach some kind of a positive message. I found this to be especially intrusive in sitcoms.
Angie St. Mars and Melanie Dahling discuss bisexuality. Is that a problem? One might ask. Miranda Hobbes seems to think so. But we couldn't help but wonder why.
From good to bad, from bad to worse.
After taking the life of another hunter, Mary Winchester's next target is none other than Sheriff Jody Mills. Meanwhile in the bunker, time is running out for Sam, Dean and Tony after being sealed in by Ketch. At the rate they are going, they might have three days of air before they die.
Two comedians, with a side of single. Ashley and I discuss Season One Episode Three of Sex and the City entitled Bay of Married Pigs. Are single and married people in a cold war? And what's with Peter's penis anyway? Burning questions.
Mary Campbell: natural born killer.
After arriving at Mary's hotel, the Winchesters find it empty and their mother nowhere to be found. Moments later, Sam gets a call from Sheriff Jody telling him that Eileen Leahy was found dead in South Carolina after an apparent animal attack in an area that has never been known for it to occur.
Sex and the City is my ultimate Mr. Big. Our relationship has changed over the years, but the show is present in every season.
After discovering feminism, which is never a fun TV watching companion, I began to ask myself about the pop culture of my youth and the underlying messages therein.
In this preview episode, I introduce the show and why I started doing it.
Actor and human Daniel Chen joins us to explain how to make people believe you're a "robot in disguise", to coin a phrase. How should you speak? How much trivia should you know? Is it okay to make jokes and be sarcastic? Jesse bleeps and bloops, Thomas explores his emotions, and Dan draws several blanks, but bounces back strong.
We don't always do the right thing for the ones we love.
Since there mother hasn't checked in for more than a day, Alicia and Max Banes call Mary Winchester looking for help but instead, they get Sam and Dean. Dean is reluctant but Sam stresses that they have no leads on Castiel and may as well try to occupy themselves while they wait.
Ok, this girl has lost her mind.
After weeks without calling or texting, Castiel saunters into the bunker – much to the shock of Sam and Dean. Sam is happy to see him return but Dean has some harsh words for his angelic friend that made so little effort to get in touch with them. Castiel accepts the blame and admits that he was with the angels in heaven but they have nothing.
Improvisers Jonathan Kornelson and Colin Ward join us for an episode that all of our fans have (probably) been clamouring for: How to Become a Civil War Corpse! We cover all the tricks, from planning your death screech to getting the spectators involved. Jesse ponders time travel, Thomas and Jon spar over accuracy vs. entertainment, and Colin's rigged up a pulley system to heaven.