By Peter Colaner Making a great trilogy is essentially making a great movie three times over. Beyond that, a great trilogy typically looks like a great movie, in which a well-paced three-act structure develops the characters and story.  Each act is a movie and each movie needs to play its part, whether it be the […]

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By Olivia Ritter Yes, it was made to be a dumb movie. No, I don’t care. Every movie deserves to be reviewed. Why else would you make a movie? I loved it. Basically, Zach Galifianakis, notorious, slightly overweight, funny guy from such hit films like “The Hangover,” “The Hangover 2” and “The Hangover 3,” takes […]

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