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Top 10 reasons we love ‘Parenthood’ star Jason Ritter

Article: Top 10 reasons we love ‘Parenthood’ star Jason Ritter

Having a famous last name in the entertainment industry can be a lot to live up to. But Jason Ritter (Parenthood) has carved out his own distinct place on the small and silver screens, keeping it cool in dozens of roles. He’s an actor that doesn’t demand a lot of fanfare — he’s just dependable as the brother, the boyfriend and, sometimes, the bad ass. Of all the reasons to love Jason and his surprisingly diverse career, we picked ten of our favorite Ritter moments.

HAPPY ENDINGS and PULP FICTION top our favorite ensemble casts

Article: HAPPY ENDINGS and PULP FICTION top our favorite ensemble casts

What makes a great ensemble cast? Often the individual players are exceptional in their own right; often they are undisputed leads. But brought together, with the right director and the right script, they can create something different, something bigger.

HAPPY ENDINGS and PULP FICTION top our favorite ensemble casts

Article: HAPPY ENDINGS and PULP FICTION top our favorite ensemble casts

What makes a great ensemble cast? Often the individual players are exceptional in their own right; often they are undisputed leads. But brought together, with the right director and the right script, they can create something different, something bigger.

Now Playing on Sundance Channel: L.A. CONFIDENTIAL, THE DARJEELING LIMITED, Tony Scott's DOMINO

Article: Now Playing on Sundance Channel: L.A. CONFIDENTIAL, THE DARJEELING LIMITED, Tony Scott's DOMINO

This week we’ve got a crime thriller that’s both sexy and surprising; a Sundance Film Festival favorite that’s both witty and bawdy; a Wes Anderson exploration of brotherly love; and a tribute to one of Hollywood’s most successful directors of the past few decades, Tony Scott.

Now playing on Sundance Channel: Boogie, bang and bury

Article: Now playing on Sundance Channel: Boogie, bang and bury

Beware the ides of June, for there will be films featuring sparkly vampires as lovelorn twenty-somethings (and not, you know, teens), art world sluts of a different kind and Steve Coogan. We’ve got a slew of indie comedies on tap this week, along with some Tilda Swinton freaking out as only Tilda Swinton can (it must be the cheekbones).