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Description: A committee investigating TV's first uncensored network examines a typical day's programming, which contains shows, commercials, news programs, you name it. What they explore will surely crack you up! This outrageous and irreverent spoof of tv launched the careers of some of the best comedians of all time.
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Description: Lovelife is a 1997 romantic comedy movie written and directed by Jon Harmon Feldman. The ensemble cast contains Matt Letscher, Sherilyn Fenn, Saffron Burrows, Carla Gugino, Bruce Davison, Jon Tenney and Peter Krause. Lovelife was nominated for a Detail Movie Award at the 1997 Austin Movie Festival, and won an Audience Award at the Los Angeles Independent Movie Festival. The movie was champion of the screenplay award at the L.A. Indie fest.
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Description: Shemp dies but cannot receive into heaven until he reforms Moe and Larry. He returns to world as an invisible spirit and sets out to prevent the another two stooges, who are in league with the devil, from selling a phony invention (a fountain pen that writes under whip cream) to a rich couple. Shemp sabotages Moe and Larry' plans and makes it through the pearly gates.
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In the late 1910s, Harold Lloyd, Snub Pollard and Bebe Daniels were very frequently paired together at the Hal Roach studio. The combination made a lot of cash and they were quite popular. however, Lloyd was not nearly as famous in these days before he hit it large in the early 1920s. His everyman hero was around as early as this period (when he wasn't doing the violent Lonesome Luke character) but he didn't act like the sweet and naive guy everyone loved in the 1920s. Instead, although looking much the same, this Lloyd hero was mostly selfish and prone to stealing and hitting! Is the guy he played in "Fireman Save My Child" any better?The storyline starts at a fireman's ball. Lloyd is a guest and later a fire alarm rings...the boys have to leave the party to place out a fire. Oddly, one of the boys refuses to go...quitting on the spot. So, they create Lloyd a fireman. What follows is a lot like a Keystone Kops entry....with a large number of firemen mounting a car much like the Kops' car. As for Lloyd...he seems in no hurry to receive to the fire...just to rescue the cute girl!This movie does offer a several laughs, though none are large and the number of laughs is only fair. Not a terrible movie but one that is nothing like the more subtle and likable Lloyd movies of the 1920s.
One of the reasons, as Mr. Lloyd said it, that he abandoned his reasonably successful Lonesome Luke hero and went with the Glasses hero for which he became popular is because it was less limiting. He should say a love storyline with it, while the grotesque Luke would just be ridiculous.Well, he can't say much of one in a one-reeler, but he can demonstrate that it's possible, and he and Bebe Daniels create a very pretty couple -- fine actors, both of them.Lloyd has, by this time abandoned the hard-knock slapstick that he used in even his early Glasses shorts -- or if he used it in some, he uses a more situational gag here. His gags are relatively sedate here: a seltzer bottle to place out a boy whose clothes are on fire, a gag of mistaken identities. I suppose he and the team figured that the violence of a fire was enough. Quite right, too.
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