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Strip headliner Gregory Popovich and his menagerie of pet performers play fictionalized versions of themselves.
Here are 10 shows with some amount of promise, plus two old ones to keep watching.
The Hunger Games returns -- and so does Dumb and Dumber.
The Martha Stephens and Aaron Katz directed flick is a ramshackle travelogue about two senior citizens taking a vacation to Iceland.
Brosnan isn't James Bond, but the comparisons are unavoidable.
A stoner comedy is the last thing you would expect from the creator of Mad Men.
The talent is there, but not the laughs.
The man who gave us Twelve Monkeys now gives us ... this.
If, however, you're looking for the same-old same-old, you'll probably have a great time.
Comas. Check. Flashbacks. Check. Cheesiness. Check.
Too many one-dimensional characters. Not good.
Call it 'When Harry Potter Met Sally.'
It's like 'Chopped,' but with teleporting puppies.
We're beginning to sense a trend with Allen's recent 'comedies.'
It's still a great book, though.