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Review: Brave

Posted by: Andrew Burns  //  June 21, 2012 @ 11:21pm

The word 'Pixar' isn't in the dictionary, but it was the definition would probably read:

PIXAR - 1. the art of visual storytelling of the highest quality; except for Car 2, sor

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Just for Laughs Interview: Adam Hills

Posted by: Mark McLeod  //  July 27, 2011 @ 3:44pm

Australia's Adam Hills may not be a huge name in North America, but in his native country, he's pretty much as big as anyone can get. Besides hosting ABC's highest-rated program of the last seven years, Spicks and Specks, as well as the talk show Adam Hills in Gordon Street Tonight, Adam has also released a pair of best-selling stand-up DVDs.

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Just for Laughs Preview: 3 more performers to catch in the festival's second week

Posted by: Paul Little  //  July 26, 2011 @ 12:01pm

As the second week of Montreal's Just for Laughs Festival rolls on, there are still a host of amazing shows on the horizon. As we've said before, this festival continues to bring in some of the best comics in the world, and we've got three more that you definitely don't want to miss should you be in Montreal for the festival this week.

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Late night talk show guests: January 31-February 6

Posted by: Paul Little  //  January 31, 2011 @ 4:10pm

It's a brand new week and February's right around the corner! How are all my fellow late night talk show fans doing?

Once again, there's not too much to discuss in the late night game. Conan's ratings have been solid if not spectacular, keeping up with the cable competition of The Daily Show while a bit behind Leno and Letterman on network TV.

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Late night talk show guests: January 10-16

Posted by: Paul Little  //  January 10, 2011 @ 1:18pm

Hello, friends! How was your weekend? Sweet, mine too! Last week saw some great late night television, as I anticipated in this very spot, but this upcoming week sees everything but Carson Daly out of repeats.

Everyone seems to have A+ guests this week, but here are the Top 5 to check out, followed as always by the complete guest listings.

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Late night talk show guests: January 3-9

Posted by: Paul Little  //  January 2, 2011 @ 2:30pm

How were your holidays? Have a fun New Year's Eve? Back to the grind of work once again? Well, many of the talk show hosts are already back to work, which means new episodes for all of you!

I had a great chat over the holidays with a local comic about the history and current state of late night TV.

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Late night talk show guests: December 20-26

Posted by: Paul Little  //  December 20, 2010 @ 6:29pm

Christmas is only a few days away! Do you celebrate the corporate holiday? The non-corporate version? A bit of both? Neither? Yes, that's lots of questions -- maybe you'll take to the comments section and answer some of them!

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Late night talk show guests: November 29-December 5

Posted by: Paul Little  //  November 29, 2010 @ 8:06pm

Hi all! It's Monday, which means another week of late night comedy to check out. But first, how did your weekends go? Have an enjoyable Thanksgiving? Get any crazy Black Friday or Cyber Monday deals? (And hopefully not trampled in the process!)

Well, enough of the pleasantries. Let's get to the listings, shall we?

First, a quick Top 5 for you:

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Late night talk show guests: November 22-28

Posted by: Paul Little  //  November 22, 2010 @ 9:26pm

Unfortunately, I have no time today to talk about what went down last week in late night, nor who to check out this week. Because of the Thanksgiving holiday in the U.S. this Thursday, the Comedy Central shows are airing repeats all week, and the other shows have repeats either Thursday, Friday, or both.

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Late night talk show guests: November 15-21

Posted by: Paul Little  //  November 14, 2010 @ 10:28pm

Conan O'Brien returned! Did you watch? What did you think? Many critics thought he was "too safe" -- I guess they were expecting him to re-invent the wheel, given the freedom he had gained by owning his own show on basic cable. But Conan has always wanted to be a talk show host, and we shouldn't have expected him to do too much more than that.

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