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If the situation can be played for laughs so easily in a Judd Apatow rom-com, I guess it's time to admit that I should no longer hold a grudge.

Even for Hollywood, where stars can instantly materialize, this is an awfully quick rise.

"Terminator Genisys," the fifth installment in the series, opens in theaters Wednesday, but the next two sequels are already written.

Michael Strahan. Cheetos. And a few others.

If his last several projects teach us anything, the "Family Guy" creator may be living on borrowed time when it comes to his gross-out schtick.

Those Pixar creators are evil geniuses when it comes to making everyone cry.

Through all of the action-packed absurdity, the filmmakers not-so-subtly raise ideas about the moral implications of animals in captivity.

From Bryce Dallas Howard's high heels to Chris Pratt's sparkling smile, we have a LOT of questions.

They're both HBO comedies with lots of parallels. When did their similar paths diverge?

Was the show really terrible, or did our culture simply tire of shallow story lines about excess wealth and entitled bros?

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