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LOS ANGELES - FEB 06:  Kathy Griffin arrives to the Directors Guild Awards 2016  on February 06, 2016 in Century City, CA.

Kathy Griffin talks Thackerville, Donald Trump and wearing Anderson Cooper’s underwear with Oklahoma Gazette ahead of Friday show

Kathy Griffin talks Thackerville, Donald Trump and wearing Anderson Cooper’s underwear with Oklahoma Gazette ahead of Friday show

Griffin performs 9 p.m. Friday at WinStar World Casino & Resort.

Casa de Mi Padre

Shot in “Mexicoscope” by director Matt Piedmont (TV’s Funny or Die Presents …), the movie casts Ferrell as dumpy ranch hand Armando Alvarez who inadvertently gets mixed up in the drug war between his favored brother, Raul (Diego Luna, Contraband), and Raul’s nemesis (Gael García Bernal, Babel). To further complicate matters, he falls for his

Tim & Eric’s Billion Dollar Movie

Of Adult Swim (Tim and Eric Awesome Show, Great Job!) and Funny or Die Presents infamy, comedians Tim Heidecker and Eric Wareheim play themselves. Having just squandered a billion dollars of the Schlaaang Corporation’s money on a feature film that somehow runs all of three minutes and stars a guy who isn’t really Johnny Depp,

Galaxina / The Crater Lake Monster

“Galaxina” and “The Crater Lake Monster.” Yet here they are, hand in hand, forever preserved in a “Science Fiction Double Feature” from Mill Creek Entertainment. These are the kind of movies I’d never buy separately, but stick them together in one value package, and my Visa card’s already whipped out of the wallet. “Galaxina” was

Some midseason awards for the OKC Thunder

Some might point out that the Thunder have played 54 of their scheduled 82 regular season games, meaning that the season is far more than half over. That’s math, and as Will Ferrell’s George W. Bush taught us, math is a member of the axis of evil. As the players, coaches, league executives and those

Megamind

The studio’s latest been-there-done-that computer-generated cash cow is “Megamind.” Like the “Shrek” franchise, it features a bad guy who isn’t a villain so much as a misunderstood lug. Like the “Madagascar” movies, it often confuses wit with frenetic montages in which creatures dance, dance, dance. Like “Monsters vs. Aliens,” it offers characters only as memorable

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