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In 2011, Horrible Bosses, starring Jason Bateman, Jason Sudeikis and Charlie Day, became a surprise smash. It solidified Bateman’s status as a comedy heavyweight, made Sudeikis a viable movie star and Day, well, the world may not be ready for him to be more than the funniest part of It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia.
The winner has been decided in our March Madness It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia bracket! Find out which episode won!
We are down to the finals in our It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia bracket, and it’s Chardee MacDennis vs. Wedding Massacre. What gets your vote?
Romancing the Stone is a quintessential eighties action/adventure movie. The factors that were required for such a film were that it either had to be set in the future, space, deal with time travel or have a treasure hunting theme. This story became the adventure film alternative to the much
We are down to the Final Four in our It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia bracket. Find out which #1 seeds fell!
The time has arrived for the fans to speak their voice on which is the best It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia of all time!
Over the last week, our six It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia experts have narrowed 32 Sunnys down to just 16. Check out which ones advanced
Hello readers, and welcome to the 2014 edition of Screen Invasion’s March Madness! This is the third time SI has done a bracket such as this. Two years ago, Sportsinvasion.net editor Kevin Taylor broke down the Top 48 Kanye West songs of all time. Last year, Screeninvasion’s staff made the
Check out our review of Always Sunny in Philadelphia Season 8 DVD! There are a few special features, including a gag reel and episode commentary.
We caught up with Rob McElhenney and Charlie Day to discuss some of the episodes in the next season of It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia.
We also talked with Glenn Howerton and Kaitlin Olsen about the upcoming season of the hit TV comedy, It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia!
One of the best things about television is the variety of content and subject matter that is available for consumption. It is so wide-reaching, there are so many channels, genres and series to choose from that pretty much anyone can find something they enjoy. Add to that options like Netflix and Hulu to get caught up on shows you may have missed or as an introduction to new series and there is no end to the possibilities for viewing enjoyment. As it turns out, television in 2012 is so varied that there was little to no agreement on any of our writers’ favorites.
After last week’s thoroughly entertaining installment, for the most part, “The Gang Dines Out” was another lazy and uninspired episode of It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia in a season full of lazy and uninspired episodes. On paper, the conceit is relatively strong, with all five members of The Gang out to eat
Tonight was a Frank-centric episode of It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia, which is something that should be a concern from the very start. Danny DeVito’s insertion into the Sunny cast in Season 2 brought fresh life to a show that was kind of all over the place in its first season,
I’m going to be honest, I completely forgot that It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia did an episode in Season 1 called, “Charlie has Cancer,” until the final reveal in tonight’s installment, and it left me with mixed feelings about an episode that I largely enjoyed. I’ve lost count of how many