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Review: Kristen Wiig walks a comic tightrope in the uncomfortable 'Welcome To Me'

6 September 2014 8:00 AM, PDT | Hitfix | See recent Hitfix news »

When I reviewed "The Judge" last night, I talked about how one character in particular really rubbed the wrong way. In the film, Robert Downey Jr's character has a younger brother who is portrayed as "slow." I put that in quotes because the film goes out of its way to avoid ever naming what's wrong with him, and it's that movie thing where they're afraid to offend anyone so they make it so generic that it's basically offensive to everyone. It bothers me because it treats the character as an easy punchline, a cheap laugh, and they use him for convenient exposition. Need to explain something? Just have the slow brother ask someone to explain it to him again. I'll be honest… it made my skin crawl, and they certainly aren't the first to do it. When I first heard the premise for "Welcome To Me," I was afraid »

- Drew McWeeny

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Stephen Collins Talks NBC’s Revolution, Making Brewster’S Millions with Richard Pryor, and Star Trek: The Motion Picture at WonderCon

18 April 2014 7:01 PM, PDT | | See recent news »

Earlier today, right before Stephen Collins took the WonderCon stage to promote NBC's Revolution, I was able to participate in a group interview backstage.  While I'm sure NBC wanted me to focus on the show, with Collin's great resume, I had to ask about some of his previous projects like Brewster's Millions with Richard Pryor and Star Trek: The Motion Picture.  Thankfully, Collins was more than happy to talk about both, revealing what it was like working with Pryor and what DeForest Kelly told him while making Star Trek.  In addition, Collins talked about Star Trek's reception at the box office and with critics.   Of course, he also talked about what fans can look forward to on the last four episodes of Revolution, teasing a huge action set piece on a steam train and a lot more.  Hit the jump to watch. Revolution airs on NBC Monday nights. ComplexEmbed. »

- Steve 'Frosty' Weintraub

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