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Jeremy Fogelman

Twitter: ProfessorQbert
Bio: Member of the Washington Area Film Critics Association, podcaster, and full-time entertainment consumer based out of Washington DC. Some of his attempts at writing and talking can found at his website (

Posts by Jeremy Fogelman

An exclusive with Rashida Jones and Will McCormack, writers of Celeste and Jesse Forever

CliqueClack sits down with the writers and stars of ‘Celeste and Jesse Forever,’ Rashida Jones and Will McCormack, to talk movie cliches and the inverted romantic comedy.

The Watch – Unfunny and boring alien invasion comedy

‘The Watch’ isn’t funny enough to be a comedy, isn’t exciting enough to be an action movie, and there isn’t enough of a story to really be a movie.

The Dark Knight Rises – Great movie, but not quite the greatest Batman movie

“The Dark Knight Rises” is an excellent conclusion to Christopher Nolan’s Batman trilogy, with plenty of action and a pretty engaging plot.

Ted – Funny, crude but cliched

‘Ted’ is a buddy comedy/romantic comedy with an exceptionally cliched plot, but is elevated by a lot of crude humor and amusing performances.

To Rome with Love – Amusing, meaningless and mindless

‘To Rome with Love’ is the latest film from Woody Allen, and it’s filled with fluff, overwrought nonsense, and light humor, but has no real substance or point.

Seeking a Friend for the End of the World – Audacious and almost amazing

‘Seeking a Friend for the End of the World’ is a lighthearted romantic comedy about the end of humanity.

Brave – Fun but unfortunately forgettable

‘Brave’ is an entertaining movie that’s well done, but in many ways it’s too close to classic Disney than classic Pixar.

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