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'John Wick 2' — a violent good time
Before you buy a ticket to see "John Wick: Chapter 2," the improbably fun sequel to the implausibly good "John Wick," you might want to ask yourself how much tolerance you have for gun shots to the head, because there are a lot of those in "John Wick: Chapter 2."
 
'History of Comedy' is a serious laughing matter
One of the great things about comedy is, it demands so little effort to enjoy. Grins and guffaws can seem to issue directly from a tickled funny bone.
 
Colbert reaches a ratings milestone at start of Trump era
He may cringe at the thought, but is Stephen Colbert the late-night man for the Trump administration?
 
Academy chief puts politics on the menu at Oscars luncheon
If anyone was wondering if the Academy Awards will get political this year, film academy president Cheryl Boone Isaacs all but confirmed it Monday at the annual Oscar nominees' luncheon.
 
M. Shyamalan's 'Split' on top for third weekend
M. Night Shyamalan's multiple-personality thriller "Split" led the box office for a third-straight week, an unusual streak for a low-budget horror film.
 
'La La Land' director Chazelle wins Directors Guild awards
"La La Land" director Damien Chazelle waltzed off with the top honor at the Directors Guild of America Awards on Saturday. It's the latest stop on the ebullient musical's journey to the Oscars, but it wasn't all song and dance at the annual awards ceremony in Beverly Hills. The evening also took on a more somber, urgent note as many directors and presenters also grappled with President Donald Trump's refugee and immigration ban.
 
With McCarthy playing Spicer, 'Saturday Night Live' cranks up Trump satire
Melissa McCarthy lampooned White House press secretary Sean Spicer in a "Saturday Night Live" sketch where she taunted reporters as "losers," fired a water gun at the press corps and even used the lectern to ram a Wall Street Journal journalist.
 
American Humane: Third-party report clears 'A Dog's Purpose'
Leaked video showing a frightened dog being forced into churning water during filming of "A Dog's Purpose" was misleadingly edited and the German shepherd was unharmed, according to third-party findings released by American Humane, the group responsible for overseeing animal safety on the movie set.
 
Ryan Reynolds, at Harvard, balks at making fun of Tom Brady
Ryan Reynolds resisted when told to make fun of New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady while being honored on the Super Bowl-bound team's home turf.
 
Jenkins and Chazelle: The young directors at center of 22 Oscar nominations
At the forefront of this year's Oscar race are two filmmakers in their 30s with seemingly limitless careers ahead of them: Damien Chazelle, the 32-year-old wunderkind behind "La La Land" and Barry Jenkins, the 37-year-old writer-director of "Moonlight." The combined nominations of their films amount to 22 even while their ages add up to less than that of Martin Scorsese or Steven Spielberg.
 
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