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    10 big stars and their big movie mistakes

    Type: Gallery | Date: Saturday, Apr 19, 2014

    There are so, so many crappy movies in Cage's oeuvre that it's someti...
  • Parents TV Council protests Fox’s ADHD 'X rated' Easter Bunny

    Type: Post | Date: Wednesday, Apr 16, 2014

    Parents TV Council protests Fox’s ADHD 'X rated' Easter Bunny Spike TV renews Adam Carolla’s “Catch a Contractor” Why didn’t “Mad Men” get a bump from Netflix viewers?
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    The Wolfman - DVD

    Type: Event | Date: Tuesday, Jun 1, 2010

    Benicio Del Toro returns home to look for his missing brother only to find out that a mysterious creature has been plaguing the town
  • Kevin Costner Collection: 4 Film Favorites

    Type: Event | Date: Tuesday, Jan 12, 2010

    Includes:The Bodyguard (1992), MPAA Rating: R Tin Cup (1996), MPAA Rating: R The Upside of Anger (2004), MPAA Rating: R Rumor Has It... (2005), MPAA Rating: PG-13 The Bodyguard Lawrence Kasdan originally wrote his script for The Bodyguard in the late 1960s as a vehicle for Steve McQueen; by the time it reached the screen, Kasdan's star was another movie hearthrob, Kevin Costner. When imperious musical superstar Whitney Houston begins receiving death threats, she is compelled to hire a bodyguard. Enter Costner, who immediately incurs the wrath of Houston and her entourage by imposing prison-like security measures. An ex-Secret Service agent, Costner still hasn't purged himself of his guilt feelings over his inability to protect President Reagan from would-be assassin John Hinckley (in the original concept, the agent had been guarding JFK in Dallas, but Costner was too young to make this credible; besides, he and Oliver Stone had been there before). Gradually, and inevitably, Costner and Houston fall in love. Ralph Waite is cast as Costner's father, while Robert Wuhl and Debbie Reynolds please the crowd in their cameo roles. The Bodyguard was a huge box-office success, helped along in no small part by Whitney Houston's bestselling rendition of the old Dolly Parton hit "I Will Always Love You." ~ Hal Erickson, All Movie Guide Tin Cup Roy McAvoy (Kevin Costner) is a talented golf pro, who owns his own driving range. That sounds impressive, but the reality is quite different. While it's true that Roy is indeed a talented golfer and does own a driving range, it is in a tiny, unheard of Texas backwater. With almost no customers, he is likely to go broke. His golfing talents remain untapped and his life is rapidly going nowhere. To pass the time, he drinks a lot of beer with his buddies, or swings at a bucket of balls. Sometimes, he even plays real golf, and his friend and assistant Romeo (Cheech Marin) caddies for him. That's all there is for Roy, until he is wakened from his deathlike reverie by a visit from a newcomer in town, psychologist Molly Griswold (Renee Russo). Teaching her how to swing a club reminds him of feelings he had nearly forgotten. Discovering that she is the girlfriend of his old golfing rival, David Simms (Don Johnson), goads him yet further, and he returns to the PGA golf tour to compete in the U.S. Open. Maybe he'll get Molly for himself, maybe not, but in the meantime he has some things to prove to himself. ~ Clarke Fountain, All Movie Guide The Upside of Anger Two friends wonder if there might be more between them when their lives both take a left turn in this romantic comedy. Terry (Joan Allen) is a middle-aged housewife and mother of four teenaged daughters and gets the shock of her life when her husband, without a word of warning, leaves them behind, presumably to move to Sweden with his secretary. Going through a bender of depression and alcohol, Terry finds herself commiserating with Denny (Kevin Costner), a former baseball star turned unenthusiastic radio personality who was her husband's colleague and friend and an occasional presence at the house. With both Terry and Denny feeling down in the dumps about recent events in their lives, the two find themselves drawn to one another, and while Terry fights the notion of a new romance, her daughters -- Andy (Erika Christensen), Hadley (Alicia Witt), Emily (Keri Russell), and Lavender (Evan Rachel Wood) -- each have different ideas about their futures. The Upside of Anger was written and directed by Mike Binder, who also plays a supporting role as the producer of Denny's radio show. ~ Mark Deming, All Movie Guide Rumor Has It... A woman discovers that a part of her family history may be more complicated -- and more famous -- than she ever imagined in this comedy. Thirtysomething Sarah Huttinger (Jennifer Aniston), who has spent most of her adult life in New York City, is flying home to California with her long time boyfriend, Jeff Daly (Mark Ruffalo), for the wedding of her annoyingly perky younger sister, Annie (Mena Suvari). While Sarah and Jeff have recently announced they're engaged to be married, Sarah has been having second thoughts, and she isn't excited about the prospect of spending time with the family where she's always felt like the odd duck. As Sarah tries to decide what she should do with her personal and professional lives, she turns to her sharp-tongued and still youthful grandmother, Katharine (Shirley MacLaine), for advice, and Katharine shares a little-known bit of family history -- that Sarah's now-deceased mother left her father, Earl (Richard Jenkins), a few days before their wedding and ran off with another man for several days before coming back and marrying Earl. However, after hearing this Sarah is also treated to some long-simmering local gossip about a young man who ran off with a bride-to-be after he was seduced by her mother...and that the story became the basis for the hit movie The Graduate. Sarah begins to wonder, was Katharine the real-life Mrs. Robinson of this story? And if it's true, who was the man who had affairs with Sarah's mother and grandmother? Was it dashing and wealthy family friend Beau Burroughs (Kevin Costner), who has also turned Sarah's head? Rumor Has It... was produced from an original screenplay by Ted Griffin; Griffin was originally set to direct the film, but shortly after production began he was replaced, with Rob Reiner taking over the project. ~ Mark Deming, All Movie Guide
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    14 Shocking TV Deaths We Never Saw Coming

    Type: Gallery | Date: Tuesday, Apr 15, 2014

    Season 5, Episode 12, "Long Term Parking" Cause of death: Shot dea...
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    5 actors ready to bring Netflix's 'Daredevil' to life

    Type: Gallery | Date: Monday, Apr 14, 2014

    Wolk's profile has risen slightly thanks to a leading role in the CBS sit...
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    Best and Worst of the 2014 MTV Movie Awards: Zac Efron, Conan O'Brien and more

    Type: Gallery | Date: Monday, Apr 14, 2014

    I was pretty stoked that they got late night talk show host Conan O'Brien...
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    10 Stories You Might Have Missed: Will 'X-Men's' Jennifer Lawrence get her own film?

    Type: Gallery | Date: Saturday, Apr 12, 2014

    Hugh Jackman's Wolverine has had two solo films, with a third one on the ...
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    'Star Wars' likely returning to Tatooine for 'Episode VII' shoot

    Type: Article | Date: Friday, Apr 11, 2014

    Abu Dhabi will reportedly fill in for Tunisia for the sequel trilogy
  • Jon Stewart endorses Stephen Colbert, not himself, for the Letterman job

    Type: Post | Date: Thursday, Apr 10, 2014

    Jon Stewart endorses Stephen Colbert, not himself, for the Letterman job “GMA” adds ESPN’s Tony “Stat Boy” Reali as a contributor CNN announces shows from Mike Rowe, Lisa Ling and John Walsh
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