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Browsers (2013)

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Set in contemporary Manhattan, it follows four young people as they start their first jobs at a news website.

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Obese Guy at Concert
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Set in contemporary Manhattan, it follows four young people as they start their first jobs at a news website.

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Comedy | Musical

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19 April 2013 (USA)  »

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George De La Pena was hired as a choreographer for this movie, he himself is a professional dancer. It also marks 9 years since his involvement in a film. His last movie role was in "The Dust Factory - 2004" See more »

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My Life
Lyrics by David Javerbaum
Music by Brendan Milburn
Performed by Brigette Davidovici, Dustin Ingram, Marque Richardson, and Constance Wu
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Sharp, Hilarious and MERCILESS!
13 December 2013 | by See all my reviews

What is more absurd than Huffington Post and Musical Theater? Marrying the two and exploiting stereotypes which are stunning by their obviousness: 20-somethings who are self-absorbed, and simultaneously cocky and insecure; takes on popular political entertainment (Anne Coulter, for instance), dissecting Arianna Huffington (Julianna, in this program). Even the name "GUSH" is a nice takeaway from "HUFF" Post.

For those who are unfamiliar with Huffington Post, its success formula and its players, this will likely be tedious and moronic, as the references sail by without effect.

The characters are winning, but heavily of type. After all, The Onion said it best on their popular t-shirt: "Stereotypes exist for a reason."


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