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Movie not so far-fetched, but comedy is

...was a time when Robin Williams was the edgiest, wildest comic on the planet. He was Chris Rock, Carlos Mencia and Steve Carrell all rolled into one. He was a raucous, rapid-fire one-man-show with seemingly boundless energy. Granted...
Refreshingly Despicable Me

...inappropriately ironic, dark, twisted, or raunchy. It's fun and tells a fairly standard story from a new perspective. Steve Carrell, through a thick Hungarian drawl, provides the voice of Gru, a super-villain of the first order. He's mean...
No sleight of hand: 'Now You See Me' a whole lot of fun

...director for hire, and therefore without a personality, so his movie was forced to take on the persona of its star Steve Carrell, which it did with all the sitcom blandness it could muster. With all this in mind, it's easy to see why, though...
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Film brings a little ?Sunshine? your way

...Sunshine? works on several different levels. On the one hand, it?s more of a dark dramedy than a wacky comedy. Steve Carrell is excellent as Uncle Frank, a pre-eminent literary scholar whose clumsy and unsuccessful attempts to woo a male grad...
Best and worst picks for 2006

...Little Miss Sunshine? is sweet, dark, funny and downright disturbing, all wrapped up in a cute yellow package. Steve Carrell and little Abigail Breslin distinguish themselves among a brilliant cast. Also great, but receiving no buzz is the...
'Schmucks' leaves viewers' appetite unsated

Steve Carrell and Paul Rudd have worked together before. First, as part of Ron Bergundy's entourage in "Anchorman," and later in the hilarious...
Despicable Me 2

Now Playing Synopsis: Once upon a time, Gru (voice of Steve Carrell) dreamt of stealing the moon - these days he's a single adoptive father of three precocious girls. Having given up his spectacular life of crime, Gru now aims to produce a delicious new line of jams with the help of his tiny minions and his old pal Dr. Nefario (voice of Russell Brand). Feeling unfulfilled in his newfound role as a jam-maker, Dr. Nefario announces that he will be departing for more evil pastures just as Gru is approached by the Anti-Villain League to capture the mysterious culprit who just stole a top-secret research lab filled with PX 41 -- an experimental serum with the strength to transform harmless animals into ravenous monsters. The AVL is certain that the culprit is covering his tracks by posing as a small business owner at a local mall, and assign their best agent Lucy (Kristen Wiig) to aid Gru in identifying him. Meanwhile, Gru's oldest adopted daughter Margo (voice of Miranda Cosgrove) falls for rebellious teen Antonio (voice of Moises Arias), the leather-jacketed son of boisterous Mexican cantina owner Eduardo (voice of Benjamin Bratt). Now, with Gru's paternal instincts kicking into full gear just as a dastardly plot begins to unfold, the devoted new father must divide his time between saving the world from an enigmatic super-villain, and saving Miranda from total heartbreak. All the while, a suitable mother for the girls may have been standing right under Gru's pointy nose the entire time. ~ Perry Seibert, Rovi Cast: Steve Carell, Kristen Wiig, Benjamin Bratt, Miranda Cosgrove, Russell Brand, Ken Jeong, Steve Coogan Movie Details Play Trailer Buy Tickets Movie Review



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