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To be sure, Andy Samberg is an acquired taste. However, with his brilliant work on the cop show parody "Brooklyn Nine-Nine," he's shown himself to be a comic with not just crackerjack timing and the willingness to look the fool, but an uncommonly smart writer as well, able to make you laugh at and reconsider the world we live in.
DANVILLE — Six minutes. That's all it took Wednesday morning for people to scoop up 200 $100 tickets that went for a June 24 reception honoring Dick Van Dyke.
DANVILLE — Tickets for Dick Van Dyke's upcoming public appearances in Danville go on sale Wednesday morning in various locations.
Out of all the films he made, this was the one Cary Grant liked the least, as he considered his performance too over the top. It's easy to see his point, but there's no denying that this dark comedy is great fun, one of the reasons being his bug-eyed turn. He plays newspaperman Mortimer Brewster, who finds out on his wedding day that his spinster aunts are serial killers.
Fool me once, shame on you. Fool me twice, shame on me. Fool me three times and I guess I'm a slower learner than I thought.
DANVILLE — Pop culture figures — actors and writers — will star at the Villains Con Pop Culture and Tattoo Expo from Friday through next Sunday at the David S. Palmer Arena in Danville.
The three-day event, put on by the store Vintage Villains in Danville, is billed as central Illinois' largest pop culture gathering.