Not Another Happy Ending – John McKay

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Not Another Happy Ending

John McKay

Genre: Comedy

Price: $ 4.99

Rental Price: $ 0.99

Release Date: June 1, 2014


When a struggling publisher discovers his only successful author is blocked he knows he has to unblock her or he's finished. With her newfound success, she's become too damn happy and she can't write when she's happy. The only trouble is, the worse he makes her feel, the more he realises he is in love with her…

© ©2012 Not Another Happy Ending Ltd / Creative Scotland MMXIII

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Anchorman: The Legend of Ron Burgundy (Unrated) – Adam McKay

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Anchorman: The Legend of Ron Burgundy (Unrated)

Adam McKay

Genre: Comedy

Price: $ 9.99

Rental Price: $ 3.99

Release Date: December 28, 2004


Now with even more potty mouth! The unrated version not shown in theaters! Will Ferrell is Ron Burgundy, a top-rated 1970’s San Diego anchorman who believes women have a place in the newsroom–as long as they stick to covering fashion shows or late-breaking cooking stories. So when Ron is told he’ll be working with a bright young newswoman (Christina Applegate) who’s beautiful, ambitious and smart enough to be more than eye candy, it’s not just a clash of two TV people with really great hair–it’s war! Filled with wicked wit and slapstick humor, Anchorman is a wildly irreverent, must-see comedy hit!

© © 2004 DreamWorks LLC. All Rights Reserved.

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The Big Short – Adam McKay

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The Big Short

Adam McKay

Genre: Drama

Price: $ 14.99

Rental Price: $ 3.99

Release Date: December 11, 2015


When four outsiders saw what the big banks, media and government refused to, the global collapse of the economy, they had an idea: The Big Short. Their bold investment leads them into the dark underbelly of modern banking where they must question everyone and everything. Based on the true story and best-selling book by Michael Lewis (The Blind Side, Moneyball), and directed by Adam McKay (Anchorman, Step Brothers) The Big Short stars Christian Bale, Steve Carell, Ryan Gosling and Brad Pitt.

© Film Copyright: © MMXV Paramount Pictures Corporation and Regency Entertainment (USA), Inc. All Rights Reserved.

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Anchorman: The Legend of Ron Burgundy – Adam McKay

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Anchorman: The Legend of Ron Burgundy

Adam McKay

Genre: Comedy

Price: $ 7.99

Rental Price: $ 1.99

Release Date: December 28, 2004


There was a time before cable when the local anchorman reigned supreme… Enter the hard-hitting world of 1970’s local TV news, where Ron Burgundy ( Will Ferrell) and his loyal Channel 4 News Team are San Diego’s #1 rated news source. All is well in their male-dominated world of news until beautiful , rising star reporter Veronica Corningstone (Christina Applegate) turns it all upside down. Sparks don’t just fly, they ignite and all-out war between the two perfectly coiffed anchorpersons. In a job where it pays to keep a straight face, Anchorman is the comedy that makes it almost impossible to stop laughing

© © 2004 DreamWorks LLC. All Rights Reserved.

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2014: Obama vs Galifianakis – 10 Years of Funny Or Die with Will Ferrell & Adam McKay

2014: Obama vs Galifianakis - 10 Years of Funny Or Die with Will Ferrell & Adam McKay

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Will Ferrell and Adam McKay look back on perhaps the biggest video in the history of Funny Or Die. Zack Galifianakis reeled in the leader of the free world, Barack Obama, to help promote the Affordable Care Act, and by doing so garnered millions of people to sign up for health insurance.
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2012: Battle Fatigue – 10 Years of Funny Or Die with Will Ferrell & Adam McKay

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Will Ferrell and Adam McKay look back on the year they checked out and shut it all down. The office was rampant with rodents and wildlife while most financial decisions revolved around the shipping and distribution of food.
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2011: Breaking All the Rules – 10 Years of Funny Or Die with Will Ferrell & Adam McKay

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Will Ferrell and Adam McKay reflect on Billy Crystal’s ‘When Harry Met Sally’ sequel, Don Cheadle’s ‘Captain Planet’ and Will’s reprisal of George W. Bush.
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2009: Bat Fight Fever – 10 Years of Funny Or Die with Will Ferrell & Adam McKay

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Will Ferrell & Adam McKay reminisce on the meteoric rise of ‘Bat Fight’ and how it gripped the nation… non-violently of course.
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2007: The Beginning – 10 Years of Funny Or Die with Will Ferrell and Adam McKay

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Will Ferrell & Adam McKay sit down in an 11 episode series to reminisce about “The Landlord” and how it all started
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Talladega Nights: The Ballad of Ricky Bobby – Adam McKay

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Talladega Nights: The Ballad of Ricky Bobby

Adam McKay

Genre: Comedy

Price: $ 12.99

Rental Price: $ 2.99

Release Date: December 12, 2006


The fastest man on four wheels, Ricky Bobby (Will Ferrell) is one of the greatest drivers in Nascar history. A big, hairy American winning machine, Ricky has everything a dimwitted daredevil could want, a luxurious mansion, a smokin' hot wife (Leslie Bibb) and all the fast food he can eat. But Ricky's turbo-charged lifestyle hits an unexpected speed bump when he's bested by flamboyant Euro-idiot Jean Girard (Sacha Baron Cohen, TV's "Da Ali G Show") and reduced to a fear-ridden wreck. Losing his wife and job to best bud and fellow fool, Cal Naughton, Jr. (John C. Reilly), Ricky must kick some serious asphalt if he's to get his career back on the track, beat Girard and reclaim his fame and fortune. 'Cause as Ricky Bobby always says, If You ain't first, You're last!

© © 2006 Columbia Pictures Industries, Inc. and GH One LLC. All Rights Reserved.

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Talladega Nights: The Ballad of Ricky Bobby (Unrated) – Adam McKay

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Talladega Nights: The Ballad of Ricky Bobby (Unrated)

Adam McKay

Genre: Comedy

Price: $ 9.99

Release Date: August 4, 2006


The fastest man on four wheels, Ricky Bobby (WILL FERRELL) is one of the greatest drivers in NASCAR history. A big, hairy American winning machine, Ricky has everything a dimwitted daredevil could want, a luxurious mansion, a smokin' hot wife (LESLIE BIBB) and all the fast food he can eat. But Ricky's turbo-charged lifestyle hits an unexpected speed bump when he's bested by flamboyant Euro-idiot Jean Girard (SACHA BARON COHEN, TV's "Da Ali G Show") and reduced to a fear-ridden wreck. Losing his wife and job to best bud and fellow fool, Cal Naughton, Jr. (JOHN C. REILLY), Ricky must kick some serious asphalt if he's to get his career back on the track, beat Girard and reclaim his fame and fortune. 'Cause as Ricky Bobby always says, IF YOU AIN'T FIRST, YOU'RE LAST!

© © 2006 Columbia Pictures Industries, Inc. and GH One LLC. All Rights Reserved.

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Step Brothers – Adam McKay

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Step Brothers

Adam McKay

Genre: Comedy

Price: $ 12.99

Rental Price: $ 2.99

Release Date: December 2, 2008


Brennan Huff, a sporadically employed thirty-nine-year-old who lives with his mother, Nancy. Dale Doback, a terminally unemployed forty-year-old who lives with his father, Robert. When Robert and Nancy marry and move in together, Brennan and Dale are forced to live with each other as step brothers. As their narcissism and downright aggressive laziness threaten to tear the family apart, these two middle-aged, immature, overgrown boys will orchestrate an insane, elaborate plan to bring their parents back together. To pull it off, they must form an unlikely bond that maybe, just maybe, will finally get them out of the house.

© © 2008 Columbia Pictures Industries, Inc. and Beverly Blvd LLC. All Rights Reserved.

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Anchorman 2: The Legend Continues (Unrated) – Adam McKay

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Anchorman 2: The Legend Continues (Unrated)

Adam McKay

Genre: Comedy

Price: $ 7.99

Release Date: December 20, 2013


"The wait is over, America — Ron Burgundy is back and “funnier than ever,""* in an ALL-NEW UNRATED CUT, too outrageous for theaters! After losing his job to his wife and co-anchor, Ron reassembles the news team and squares off against a new rival. Will the world's greatest anchorman be crushed beneath the weight of his own ego (and his salon-quality hair)? Anything goes in the outrageous comedy that critics are calling “one of the funniest movies of the year!”

© © 2013 Paramount Pictures Corporation. All Rights Reserved.

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Anchorman: The Legend of Ron Burgundy (Unrated) – Adam McKay

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Anchorman: The Legend of Ron Burgundy (Unrated)

Adam McKay

Genre: Comedy

Price: $ 7.99

Rental Price: $ 2.99

Release Date: December 28, 2004


Now with even more potty mouth! The unrated version not shown in theaters! Will Ferrell is Ron Burgundy, a top-rated 1970’s San Diego anchorman who believes women have a place in the newsroom–as long as they stick to covering fashion shows or late-breaking cooking stories. So when Ron is told he’ll be working with a bright young newswoman (Christina Applegate) who’s beautiful, ambitious and smart enough to be more than eye candy, it’s not just a clash of two TV people with really great hair–it’s war! Filled with wicked wit and slapstick humor, Anchorman is a wildly irreverent, must-see comedy hit!

© © 2004 DreamWorks LLC. All Rights Reserved.

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Theater: Nellie McKay Rocks Out; “Ludic Proxy” Confounds Pleasantly

NELLIE MCKAY AT 54 BELOW *** out of ****
LUDIC PROXY ** 1/2 out of ****

NELLIE MCKAY AT 54 BELOW *** out of ****
54 BELOW

Nellie McKay celebrated her birthday by kicking off a stand at the New York City cabaret venue du jour 54 Below. She rocked the house — surely it’s the first time 54 Below shook to the sounds of Frank Zappa — delivering a clutch of 1960s covers ranging from the classic to the obscure. It was protest music delivered with a sly smile and a sincere heart, exactly what McKay has been doing since she burst onto the scene in 2004 with her debut album Get Away From Me. If the evening never quite soared, it’s because some of the songs she chose to perform were so challenging to sing but uninteresting melodically, an unfortunate combination. They were delivered with verve, but a vocal showcase it wasn’t.

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Ten of the tunes came from McKay’s new album My Weekly Reader, which delights in reminding us of the Occupy vibe that dominated that era, though in the 1960s people still believed they could change the world. (“We can!” Nellie might chime in.) Co-produced with sonic sophistication by Geoff Emerick, one could just as easily focus on her whimsical covers of “Mrs. Brown You’ve Got A Lovely Daughter” by Herman’s Hermits or the left-field rendition of the Paul Simon-penned curio “Red Rubber Ball.” Still, the socially committed McKay clearly feels a deep affinity for protest via song, an almost lost art these days and that’s where the heart of the album lies. I haven’t lived with it long enough yet, but repeated listens have made this collection hang together more and more.

Unquestionably it has some tunes that may work well in the album context, but are a little flat musically for singers: “Murder In My Heart For The Judge” (by Moby Grape), “Hungry Freaks, Daddy” (the Zappa tune) and the bleak Richard and Mimi Farina tune “Bold Marauder” were all delivered capably in concert by McKay but proved better opportunities for her fine band to stretch out than for the performer herself to shine as an interpreter.

Happily, many other songs gave McKay a chance to deliver. The buoyant “Itchycoo Park” by Small Faces made clear the band-first vibe that would predominate could be fun. (The Doors gem “People Are Strange” had a first-night ramshackle nature to it, but did much the same towards the end of the night.) And McKay thoroughly reawakened me to the Kinks tune “Sunny Afternoon” by helping me remember it contains the bitching of a one percenter annoyed about paying taxes.

I’ve never paid much attention to Joe Allen McDonald — aka Country Joe of Country Joe and the Fish. (Maybe it’s their name, which always sounded so silly to me.) But with three covers spaced throughout the evening, McKay made a case for me to do some catching up on this songwriter, thanks to “Janis,” “Not So Sweet Martha Lorraine,” and that protest classic “I-Feel-Like-I’m-Fixin’-To-Die Rag,” a tune about gleefully going off to war that is sadly all too timely and probably always will be.

The band did offer strong backup, with bassist Alexi David shining on a delicate version of Steve Miller’s “Quicksilver Girl,” guitarist Cary Park freaking out appropriately on “Hungry Freaks, Daddy” and drummer Kenneth Salters doing formidable work throughout. It’s a little hard to rock out while you’re sitting down, but they stirred up the crowd here and there.

Still, given the cabaret setting, the high points were often the quiet numbers, like that gorgeous “Quicksilver Girl.” The Sopwith Camels’ “Hello Hello” (“Would you like some of my tangerine?”) was an off kilter delight, Dylan’s “Clothesline Saga” allowed her comic timing a workout and “If I Fell” worked charmingly, even without the double-tracked vocals that make the album version such a treat. And McKay — alone at the mike with her trusty uke — stopped time with a simply lovely delivery of the Gerry & The Pacemakers chestnut “Don’t Let The Sun Catch You Crying.”

McKay is such a protean talent, you want to follow her anywhere her interests go, from covers of Doris Day to originals to covers of the 1960s to — hopefully — a full-fledged Broadway musical someday, a context I think will allow her songwriting gifts to find their focus and then flower more fully than ever. As McKay’s stand at 54 Below continues, the band is sure to gel further, allowing tunes where they take flight to become more and more frequent. This particular show may not win her new fans, but the faithful will surely be glad to see her again.

This was my overdue first visit to 54 Below, by the way, and it’s easy to see why this has become a key venue in the cabaret world of New York. The setting has a speakeasy vibe, thanks to stairs heading down and down to the warm, intimate space. The staff took care to be as quiet as possible during songs, from the bartender mixing drinks down to the handsome waiters and waitresses stepping in quickly and thoughtfully during every momentary break. And while it’s classy, it’s not snobbish: you don’t worry about not sporting a tux, the way some stuffy venues can make newcomers feel. One could get addicted to seeing great talent in such close proximity.

LUDIC PROXY ** 1/2 out of ****
PLAYCO AT WALKERSPACE

PlayCo — the company behind the critically acclaimed work Generations — is back with another genre defying piece of theater. In fact, it’s a world premiere and the first piece the ambitious PlayCo has commissioned.

It certainly fits their international perspective. Written and directed by Aya Ogawa, this is a piece haunted by nuclear power gone awry. In Part One, a woman who fled her hometown after the Chernobyl meltdown is disturbed and thrilled to see her niece and a friend playing a video game set in that desolate landscape, giving them tips about where to head to find food and safety, while flashing back to the traumatic day her life changed forever.

In Part Two, a pair of Japanese sisters struggle to reach an understanding as one tries to convince the other it’s time to leave a town near the Fukushima disaster, a place where devices to measure radiation are now commonplace. Oddly, the action of this section is guided by the audience, as they are repeatedly given options about what should happen next and vote for one of two or three choices.

In Part Three, two humans — perhaps the last two real humans in the world? — struggle to connect while surveying the many “ground zeros” they observe on the Earth’s surface and looking for signs of life.

This is heady, rich material and Ludic Proxy has an innate intelligence and commitment to the work that keeps your interest, even if the dramatics are lacking. The first piece, especially scenes with young kids talking in Russian while an adult narrates her flashbacks, is easily the strongest. Young love, naive refusal to accept what’s happening and sibling rivalry all place us on firm ground.

Still, the distancing effect of technology quickly steps in. Cleverly, we watch them play a video game by seeing the actors manipulate tiny cameras and moving them through a doll-house style maze that represents our heroine’s childhood apartment. It’s neat, but the stunt doesn’t really pay off.

That distance from the material is doubled in Part Two. A woman who chooses to live near Fukushima out of loyalty is faced with a wrenching moral dilemma (I suppose; the choice seems obvious to me — run! Though of course that ignores the deep bond to family and ancestors in Japanese culture.). But the laborious stunt of having the audience vote on what happens next keeps us at arm’s length again. It doesn’t resonate in any sense of fate controlling your destiny or the characters being like avatars in a video game or anything else. Indeed, it barely seems to make sense in terms of what comes before or after except on the chilliest of intellectual levels.

I’ve read a lot of sci-fi, so Part Three is comfortable territory for me, with its post-apocalyptic landscape and humans who are hold-outs in a world where everyone has been “upgraded” to automatons of one sort or another. But with a red herring or two and a murky storyline, it’s hard to feel engaged. So after a successful start to Part One, we spend the rest of the show working hard to enjoy each piece on its own or connect them one to the other.

On the plus side, Ogawa has a fine cast that gives their all and the tech elements are strong, from the minimal but effective sets of Jian Jung to the herculean effort of Jeanette Oi-Suk Yew on lights and video (with surely a small budget) and especially the well-crafted and crucial sound of Michael Kiley, which sets the mood effectively even before the show begins. All six actors have strong moments, from Megan Stern’s sweet turn as Past Nina to Saori Tsukada’s convincing Dad to Chris Henry’s winning appeal in every era. It doesn’t begin to add up, but the teamwork on display makes it a pleasure to mull this over. Ludic Proxy is surely the very sort of downtown theater that should be supported by bold companies and even bolder audiences who want to encourage new voices.

THEATER OF 2015

Honeymoon In Vegas **
The Woodsman ***
Constellations ** 1/2
Taylor Mac’s A 24 Decade History Of Popular Music 1930s-1950s ** 1/2
Let The Right One In **
Da no rating
A Month In The Country ** 1/2
Parade in Concert at Lincoln Center ** 1/2
Hamilton at the Public ***
The World Of Extreme Happiness ** 1/2
Broadway By The Year 1915-1940 **
Verite * 1/2
Fabulous! *
The Mystery Of Love & Sex **
An Octoroon at Polonsky Shakespeare Center *** 1/2
Fish In The Dark *
The Audience ***
Josephine And I ***
Posterity * 1/2
The Hunchback Of Notre Dame **
Lonesome Traveler **
On The Twentieth Century ***
Radio City Music Hall’s New York Spring Spectacular ** 1/2
The Heidi Chronicles *
The Tallest Tree In The Forest * 1/2
Broadway By The Year: 1941-1965 ***
Twelfth Night by Bedlam ***
What You Will by Bedlam *** 1/2
Wolf Hall Parts I and II ** 1/2
Skylight ***

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Step Brothers (Unrated) – Adam McKay

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Step Brothers (Unrated)

Adam McKay

Genre: Comedy

Price: $ 9.99

Release Date: December 2, 2008


Brennan Huff, a sporadically employed thirty-nine-year-old who lives with his mother, Nancy. Dale Doback, a terminally unemployed forty-year-old who lives with his father, Robert. When Robert and Nancy marry and move in together, Brennan and Dale are forced to live with each other as step brothers. As their narcissism and downright aggressive laziness threaten to tear the family apart, these two middle-aged, immature, overgrown boys will orchestrate an insane, elaborate plan to bring their parents back together. To pull it off, they must form an unlikely bond that maybe, just maybe, will finally get them out of the house.

© © 2008 Columbia Pictures Industries, Inc. and Beverly Blvd LLC. All Rights Reserved.

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The Other Guys – Adam McKay

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The Other Guys

Adam McKay

Genre: Comedy

Price: $ 7.99

Rental Price: $ 2.99

Release Date: August 5, 2010


NYPD Detectives Christopher Danson and P.K. Highsmith (Dwayne Johnson and Samuel L. Jackson) are the baddest and most beloved cops in New York City. They don't get tattoos – other men get tattoos of them. Two desks over and one back, sit Detectives Allen Gamble (Will Ferrell) and Terry Hoitz (Mark Wahlberg). You've seen them in the background of photos of Danson and Highsmith, out of focus and eyes closed. They're not heroes – they're "the Other Guys. "But every cop has his or her day and soon Gamble and Hoitz stumble into a seemingly innocuous case no other detective wants to touch that could turn into New York City's biggest crime. It's the opportunity of their lives, but do these guys have the right stuff? Columbia Pictures' ensemble action comedy The Other Guys stars Will Ferrell, Mark Wahlberg, Eva Mendes, Michael Keaton, Steve Coogan, Ray Stevenson, with Samuel L. Jackson and Dwayne Johnson. Directed by Adam McKay and written by Adam McKay & Chris Henchy, the producers are Will Ferrell, Adam McKay, Jimmy Miller, and Patrick Crowley.

© © 2010 Columbia Pictures Industries, Inc. All Rights Reserved.

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