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5 Non-Blockbusters You Need to See This Summer

By Joe Robberson on
You may not have heard of these flicks yet, but you will.Read Full Story

The 'Parks and Recreation' Lines We'll Be Quoting Long After the Show Ends

By Hayley Igarashi on
We salsa your faces, Pawnee gang!Read Full Story

In Honor of Halloween, Here's What Ron Swanson Looked Like in 'Sin City'

By JJ Duncan on
(Getty Images | Dimension Films)This Halloween let's remember that Nick Offerman is an actor, not the literal embodiment of his most popular character, Ron Swanson. And in his long list of acting credits, there have been several characters he's played that look far different from the Swanson image we like to carry around in our brains after falling in love with Parks and Recreation.Here he is as Schlubb in Sin City. If you saw the movie, you might remember him as one of two colorful henchmen...Read Full Story

Interview: Diablo Cody on 'Paradise,' Her Odd Trio, and Nick Offerman's Shaved Mustache

By JJ Duncan on
(Getty Images)It's been nearly six years since Diablo Cody won an Oscar for her screenplay for Juno, and in that time she's written three more movies, created the critically acclaimed Showtime series United States of Tara, and learned to take both praise and criticism in stride. Her latest movie, Paradise, finds her sitting in the director's chair for the first time, and bringing together a high-profile cast (Julianne Hough, Holly Hunter, Russell Brand, Octavia Spencer, and Nick Offerman) in...Read Full Story

The Many Emotions of Ron Swanson

By Darrick Thomas on
Casual observers of Ron Swanson probably assume the joke of the character is his undeterred stoicism, but a real Parks & Rec fan knows much of the joy of the manly man is his ability to run through a gamut of emotions (even if each stop along the way lasts but for a brief moment). Swanson's, more importantly Nick Offerman's, ability to punctuate his rugged detachment with genuine feelings of glee, terror, and everything in between is what makes the character great. And if you're not convinced...Read Full Story
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