Episode: FilmWeek: ‘Stuber,’ ‘Crawl,’ ‘The Farewell,’ and Comedians Who’ve Shed Their Funny Personas For Dramatic Roles


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FilmWeek: ‘Stuber,’ ‘Crawl,’ ‘The Farewell,’ and Comedians Who’ve Shed Their Funny Personas For Dramatic Roles

Today on FilmWeek, Larry Mantle and KPCC film critics Christy Lemire and Wade Major review this weekend’s new movie releases. Larry and the critics also discuss their favorite dramatic performances from comedians.



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