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To Kill A Mockingbird At 50 might just be the TV choice of the week, as we round up the next week's telly. Plus, as usual, there's a lot of films to get through...!
A new comedy show launched last Friday, and its second show airs tonight, July 2nd at 11:05pm on Channel 4. I'm far from Patrick Kielty's biggest fan, but any outlet for comedians of the calibre of the planned guests is a welcome one. Politics, news, and sporting losses are always easier to take when dished out by funny people and Rich Hall, Jack Whitehall, Andi Osho and Kevin Bridges do just that in an appropriate bar setting in Stand Up For The Week.
Directed by: Dennis Dugan
Running Time: 1 hr 40 mins
Release Date: June 25, 2010
Plot: Five friends from childhood (Sandler, James, Rock, Spade, Schneider) are reunited for a wacky weekend of boyish fun with their families, when their old basketball coach passes away.
Who’S It For?: Those who enjoy the comedy from any five of these clowns are probably already programmed for the exact level of humor that this movie could offer. As for the title demographic, it’s more likely their kids will laugh more than the actual grown ups will.
Expectations: I was unsure stepping into this one how it would turn out. I was aware though, that I had laughed a couple of times during the trailer, which I feel is a decent average for a comedy preview.
- Nick Allen
Nostalgia is a powerful thing and HeyUGuys felt it was high time we got caught up with one of the most familiar and much-loved actors of the 80s and 90s, Keith Coogan.
Fondly remembered for his awesome performances as heavy metal-loving Kenny, “the dishes are done, man” and love-struck Brad, “Thor’s a homo” in cult classics Adventures in Babysitting and Don’t Tell Mom the Babysitter’s Dead, Coogan reflects on his experiences in Hollywood and brings us up to speed on his current projects.
HeyUGuys: What have you been up to lately?
I have been working on the “Monologue a Day Project”, also shooting the web series “Crafty”, and doing some writing for shorts and features I’d like to produce and direct.
HeyUGuys: How did you get into acting?
- Andy Petrou
3 items from 2010
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