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Eliana Carmona

Review: ’30 Minutes or Less’

The premise seems promising: high-strung pizza-boy Nick (Jesse Eisenberg) is living the loser life with his best friend Chet (Aziz Ansari) until a couple of redneck criminals-in-the-making strap a bomb to his chest and force him to rob a bank for them.

Eisenberg and Ansari’s quirks not just part of the act

Actors get famous because they’re capable of becoming something they’re not, and so the chance that their personalities in the real world would match their onscreen personas are fairly dismal. Fortunately, Jesse Eisenberg and Aziz Ansari may be the world’s best exceptions to that rule: they’re every fan’s fantasy -- they’re living, breathing manifestations of every character they’ve ever played.

TV Recap: Ash tries the boys on for size

This week, Ashley took her three boyfriends out on the long-awaited overnight dates, a.k.a. the sex dates. She celebrated this momentous occasion by showing sensational amounts of skin and informing her audience that -- yes, again -- she had been misinformed all the previous times and that Fiji is the “ultimate place for falling in love.”

Review: ‘Bridesmaids’

At the end of the day, "Bridesmaids" is as funny as any other Apatow bromance, using the traditional formula but evading the sort of been-there-done-that vibe that his movies have been giving off as of late thanks to the female perspective.

‘Monologues’ charms with winning cast

With “The Vagina Monologues,” Eve Ensler singlehandedly turns this social norm on its head, making the vagina a symbol of empowerment and strength and independence and womanhood while maintaining enough wit and hilarity to charm even the most cynical of viewers.
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