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‘Hall Pass’ is creators’ funniest, charming comedy since ‘Mary’

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Jason Wallis

Posted: Friday, March 4, 2011 9:39 am

We’re back to new movies this week with a quick look at “Hall Pass,” the latest raunchy comedy from Farrelly brothers (it was a close call between that and the Nic Cage exploitation vehicle “Drive Angry” — they both got terrible reviews, so I literally flipped a coin). Next week we’ll take a peek at “Rango,” followed by “Battle: Los Angeles.” Not the best lineup, but not the worst, either. 

Also, please see below for my obligatory mini-commentary on last weekend’s Oscar telecast. I didn’t have the best showing when it came to predicting the races — 16 out of 24, giving me second place in the office pool behind Heather, who took the whole thing and won our $20 side-bet with 17 correct guesses. Alas, no readers out-did me, so there is no winner to announce in the Outguess Jason Contest. Next year we’ll set it up with more advanced notice and cooler prizes, and will hopefully have more success. Meantime …

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