If you're prude or judgmental, go see this film, but be warned.I had the exact opposite reaction: I was relieved to hear her speak in plain, simple, sometimes downright dumb sentences. There's so much cynicism on TV and on the internet. Go see this movie and show yourself some cinema love.To an extent, that means that “Symbolic Exemplar” is a manifestation of all of the themes we’ve talked about so far—in particular, the obligations of family. When Sarah tries to persuade Josh to come to the talent show, she tells him he should go because Maura has gone to so many of his events, to which Josh responds that it’s Maura’s obligation as a father.This is maybe the most insensitive thing he’s said over the course of the series, but it still gets at something important about the talent show—it reverses the parent-child relationship, exposing new sides of the characters.
In this comedy, Lars Lindstrom is an awkwardly shy young man in a small northern town who finally brings home the girl of his dreams to his brother and sister-in-law's home.
If the loft-as-hotel storyline of “No Girl” kicked off New Girl’s very own version of The Golden Palace—the Golden Girls continuation in which Rose, Blanche, and Sophia run an inn with the help of Don Cheadle and Cheech Marin—than “Reagan” is like a spin-off within that spin-off.
It has the benefit of drawing on an established cast of characters and an existing dynamic, but it also has the responsibility of introducing (and partially revolving around) a wholly new character.
The fifth season of New Girl is going pretty well, considering that it’s actually several seasons of several different shows.
The thought occurred to me as hyper-competent, justifiably confident pharmaceutical sales rep Reagan (Megan Fox) made herself at home in Jessica Day’s bedroom: In its heart, voice, and bones, “Reagan” is the latest episode of New Girl.