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Sometimes a movie that comes along that has so many good ingredients, you really hope it meets the potential. That’s the case with “Flower,” led by rising star Zoey Deutch (“Everybody Wants Some!!“) and directed by Max Win…

This holiday season, you can play things a little more traditional at the multiplex, with fare like “The Man Who Invented Christmas” (not that we’re advising you to buy a ticket). But if you’re looking for something that puts a little vodka in the eggnog, “A Bad Moms Christmas” is where you’ll want to be. Mila Kunis, Kristen Bell, and Kathryn Hahn are back, reprising their roles from the smash hit “Bad Moms,” and this time around, they’re joined by  Susan Sarandon, Christine Baranski and Cheryl Hines. Continue reading ‘A Bad Moms Christmas’ Trailer: The Holiday Season Gets Naughty at The Playlist.

Will the fact there are three actresses in this category from “SNL” cancel each other out? Not likely. Kate McKinnon should repeat her 2016 win easily. If she falters look for the very deserving Judith Light to add an Emmy to those two Tonys and that Daytime Emmy Award already on her mantle. [Posted July 24] Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Comedy 1. Continue reading 2017 Best Supporting Actress in a Comedy Series Predictions at The Playlist.

An unlikely smash hit last summer, STX Entertainment has wasted little time in going franchise with “Bad Moms.” After an ill-advised flirtation with knocking out a “Bad Dads” movie, the studio wisely realized audiences wanted more ‘Moms,’ and this holiday season, the gang is back. Mila Kunis, Kristen Bell, and Kathryn Hahn have returned for this holiday-themed sequel, which keeps the R-rated approach intact.  Continue reading First NSFW Trailer For ‘A Bad Moms Christmas’ Gets Raunchy For The Holidays at The Playlist.

Family is complicated, and few shows take that theme to heart better than “Transparent.” Amazon‘s hit series has its fourth season coming up, and it looks like things remain lovingly complex for the Pfeffermans. READ MORE: First Trailer For ‘Landline’ From ‘Obvious Child’ Team Jenny Slate & Gillian Robespierre Not much is revealed about the plot in this new teaser, but we do see Jeffrey Tambor‘s Maura discovering the delights of marijuana laced gummi bears. Continue reading Family Is Gross In First Trailer For ‘Transparent’ Season 4 at The Playlist.

Welcome back to the Bingeworthy Breakdown, the feature where we ask ourselves if a show is worth watching or not. For the new Amazon show “I Love Dick,” the answer is a resounding “Yes,” which perhaps is all you need to know, especially if you love creator Jill Soloway‘s Emmy-winning “Transparent” (which you should, given that it’s been in our top 5 for the best TV shows of the year for three years running, including last year). Continue reading Jill Soloway’s ‘I Love Dick’ Is A Tremendous Mix Of Feminism, Desire & Art [Bingeworthy Breakdown] at The Playlist.

HOLLYWOOOD – When Amazon Studios announced there would be a surprise moderator at their Emmys FYC event for “Transparent” Saturday night the candidates seemed slightly obvious. It would likely be someone from Hollywood’s LGBTQ community such as RuPaul (who has been everywhere lately) or perhaps transgender pioneer Laverne Cox . Amazon had a much bigger surprise in store. The night began with the screening from two episodes of “Transparent’s” third season: “To Sardines and Back,” where Maura (Jeffrey Tambor) reveals she wants to fully transition, and, the season finale, “Exciting and New.” If you’ve watched last season (and if you haven’t why not?) you already know that the final episode ends with Shelly (Judith Light) surprising her family with an impromptu performance of her one-woman show “To Shell And Back” at sea. Continue reading Judith Light Sings As Alanis Morissette Is Surprise Moderator Of Amazon’s ‘Transparent’ Emmy Panel at The Playlist.

A charming and blissful look at the joys and pains of a bravado-flecked reckless youth, director Max Winkler’s “Flower” is an earnest coming-of-age pic mixing cheeky sass will full-bodied teenage angst and beaming vitality. And it’s also an untamed dark comedy that veers off to unexpected places that reveal disturbing edges. If there’s a movie that can pull off the cool insouciance of “Ferris Bueller’s Day Off,” “Clueless” and Diablo Cody, and successfully mix it with the seemingly incongruous realist sensibilities of “Fish Tank” or the films of Andrea Arnold in general, “Flower” is it. Continue reading Zoey Deutch Is A Force Of Nature In Max Winkler’s Unpredictable Dark Comedy ‘Flower’ [Tribeca Review] at The Playlist.