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Interrobang articles on the topic of Comedy


Netflix fix of the week: Amy Schumer's <em>Growing</em>
If you do not know this already, Amy Schumer is pregnant. With this new Netflix comedy special she takes on a new comedic voice. Read more

The history of memes
It seems impossible to go online without encountering a meme within the first minute of browsing. Read more

Ed the (politically incorrect) Sock coming to London
Ed the Sock is coming to Rum Runners on Feb. 16. The venue is the first stop on his War on Stupid Ontario tour. Read more

Little Italy shines light on family, love and Toronto
A film about love, lost, pride and of course family with a little rivalry is just a snippet of what the movie Little Italy is all about. Read more

Fanshawe alumnus making his way to the Toronto Sketch Comedy Festival
In the past few years things have really taken off for Fanshawe alumnus, actor/comedian Austen Alexander, creating Eggs Comedy on YouTube and funnyordie.com and headlining a monthly comedy show. Read more

It's college, not a movie
You are now a college student ready to do all the things you've seen people in movies do such as the sex crazed drunken parties and pulling all-nighters. Movies can give people the wrong idea of what to expect in college, embellishing the truth for entertainment value. Read more

A blend of romance and comedy in Four Weddings and a Sixpence: An Anthology
Based off an old rhyme for brides, authors Julia Quinn, Stefanie Sloane, Elizabeth Boyle and Laure Lee Guhrke spin together a romantic tale of chiming wedding bells in Four Weddings and a Sixpence: An Anthology. Read more

A heist comedy too good to be true
Masterminds is an engaging, entertaining comedy based on the real events of the bank robbery of $17 million that took place in 1997. Read more

Self-actualize with the weirdest sex comedy
The 2001 film Human Nature is a collaboration between screenwriter Charlie Kaufman and director Michal Gondry, both heavyweights in the modern independent/art film world. Human Nature is a wonderfully quirky, surreal and emotionally charged sex-comedy drama. Read more

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