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Carol Burnett Partners with Audience in Touring Show

Carol Burnett Partners with Audience in Touring Show

By Steve Duffy |
Comedy icon Carol Burnett is touring with a new solo show in which she interacts with her audience as she reminisces about her career and classic television show. EDGE spoke to Burnett about the show, her career & the state of comedy.

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 Review :: T2 Trainspotting

Review :: T2 Trainspotting

By Greg Vellante | Mar 24
20 years after the original film, "T2 Trainspotting" understands the power of the past. Here, it finds a profound, more mature nature that wasn't present in the first film.

'Suicide Kale,' A Queer Women's Comedy that Destroys the Bechdel Test, Now on VOD 

'Suicide Kale,' A Queer Women's Comedy that Destroys the Bechdel Test, Now on VOD 

Mar 24
Featuring Jasika Nicole and actor/writer Brittani Nichols, the dark comedy "Suicide Kale," directed by Carly Usdin, is available Friday, March 24th for the first time on VOD.

 Review :: I Called Him Morgan

Review :: I Called Him Morgan

By Louise Adams | Mar 24
The talented, brief life and unexpected end of the jazz trumpeter is explored through B&W concert footage, photos, audio recordings and friends' interviews in this loving, yet startling, documentary.

 Review :: Life

Review :: Life

By Kilian Melloy | Mar 24
The new Daniel Espinozo-directed sci-fi thriller, starring Jake Gyllenhaal and Ryan Reynolds, consists wrought of three-quarters parts "Alien," one-quarter part "Gravity," a jigger of "Europa Report," and a barrel of the wrong kind of laughs.

Amy Schumer Drops Out as Barbie in Film Based on Doll

Amy Schumer Drops Out as Barbie in Film Based on Doll

Mar 24
Amy Schumer won't be playing Barbie after all.

 Review :: Live By Night

Review :: Live By Night

By Jonathan Covert | Mar 23
Affleck crams what might have been a great twelve-episode mini-series into a single, sputtering 129 minutes.

 Review :: Canoa: A Shameful Memory

Review :: Canoa: A Shameful Memory

By Kilian Melloy | Mar 22
As a film, "Canoa" is required viewing for its sheer cinematic skill and storytelling verve; as document, it resonates now as never before.

 Review :: Interiors

Review :: Interiors

By Greg Vellante | Mar 22
Woody Allen's first venture into full-fledged drama invokes Bergman in its compositions and Shakespeare in its barefaced ancestral tragedy.

Ryan Gosling on Malick, Directing Again and That Oscar Flub

Ryan Gosling on Malick, Directing Again and That Oscar Flub

By Jake Coyle | Mar 22
It takes a lot to rattle Ryan Gosling. But making Terrence Malick's largely improvised "Song to Song," the 36-year-old actor grants, was like working "without a net."

 Review :: Fences

Review :: Fences

By Louise Adams | Mar 21
Denzel Washington directs a stellar stage-to-screen adaption of August Wilson's Pulitzer Prize-winner, the third midcentury story in his 10-work cycle.

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