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'Awful Nice' review: Brothers battle buffoonishly in indie-dude comedy
The juvenile antics of young men have been mined for box office gold by Hollywood studios for years now, but that doesn't mean that an indie film can't indulge in a little "Hangover"-esque japery now and then.
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Thu Mar 06, 2014
Wed Mar 05, 2014
Review: Sibling Rivalry at its Craziest, 'Awful Nice'
Awful Nice , the story of two estranged brothers who, after their father dies, have to travel to Branson, Missouri to sell his house, reminded me of a Duplass Brothers movie; raw and sometimes hilarious, with characters who are just shy of being sent to a mental institution.
Tue Mar 04, 2014
The Village Voice
Awful Nice Is a One-Note Comedy, but That Note's Sometimes Funny
The comedy of antisocial behavior tends to work best when there's a nucleus of actual humanity, if only to remind you why all the incivility is funny.
Sat Mar 01, 2014
Jack Nelson Jones - 3 Views
M.D.'s maternal grandfather, Larry Pfeifer, was M.D.'s primary caregiver after her parents divorced and her mother was awarded primary custody.
Rogersville First Baptist Church, 101 W. Center St., will host an apologetics seminar.
Fri Feb 28, 2014
Dallas Morning News
High school choir, band kids to perform with Beatles tribute band...
Director Pamela Dawson leads DeSoto High School chorale members in singing the Beatles' "Hey Jude" during a Feb. 18 rehearsal session.
The Fairfield Ledger
Roy Clark - pickin' and grinnin'' at Sondheim
Roy Clark, the ultimate country music entertainer, will light up the Fairfield Arts & Convention Center's Stephen Sondheim Center for the Performing Arts with his singing, showmanship, comedy and versatile instrumental skills, at 7:30 p.m. March 8. Opening the evening of country music will be Fairfield's own Mitch Goudy, recently named a CMA Close ... (more)
The sci-fi and gaming extravaganza is today through Sunday at the Radisson Hotel, 120 Wildwood Drive.
Thu Feb 27, 2014
Three artists celebrate color, brighten Springfield airport's walls in the process
Although their styles are vastly different, the three artists whose work is now hanging at the Springfield-Branson National Airport share one thing: a love of color.
" the box office usually goes to pay for the show. It was a sacrifice to do without this money, but we feel it was money well spent," Krudwig said.
Wed Feb 26, 2014
Roseville picks new city manager
Patrick Trudgeon, Roseville 's community development manager since 2007, has been named the city's new manager after an unanimous vote of the City Council.
Mon Feb 24, 2014
Dogs, cats, faces hiding inside blocks of wood come to life
Bob Marek of Clearwater shows how a few cuts in a block of wood can produce a nose and the lines leading to the eyes and mouth.
Sun Feb 23, 2014
Wed Feb 19, 2014
Jail for teenager in Missouri horse abuse case
A teenager has been jailed for seven years in relation to a Missouri abuse case in which barrel-racing horses were found with lacerations.
Thu Feb 13, 2014
Douglas County Herald
This past week one of our dear residents returned to her Heavenly home. Martha Goodrich was loved by the many that knew her.
They have a reason for freezin'
This isn't the most tempting time of year to take a dip in Table Rock Lake, but a couple of hundred people are ready to do just that Saturday.
Tue Feb 11, 2014
Walnut Shade zip line operator wants Branson zip line operator to...
A pair of companies connected to a zip line operator located outside of Branson want a zip line operator within the city limits to stop using the words "Branson" and "zipline" together.
Fri Feb 07, 2014
The Des Moines Register
Valentine's concert to raise money for SEP band
Originally from central Iowa, Brandt has performed in Branson, Mo., Las Vegas and toured the U.S. He is a three-time Iowa Rock & Roll Hall of Fame nominee.