‘New Year’s Eve’ was supposed to bring the party this weekend, but it played more like a New Year’s Day hangover. It mustered an estimated $ 13.7 million, about half what it was expected to earn. Still, on one of the most lackluster box office weekends all year, that was enough for a victory.
‘New Year’s Eve’ was director Garry Marshall’s follow-up to his similar holiday-themed, all-star ensemble romantic comedy ‘Valentine’s… Continue reading Weekend Box Office: 'New Year's Eve' Drops the Ball, Wins Anyway
Review in a Hurry: Director Garry Marshall rings in the new year the same way he celebrated Valentine’s Day…with a ginormous amount of stars woven into several interlocking stories, from Glee‘s Lea Michele to Oscar winner Robert De Niro. She gets stuck in an elevator with Ashton Kutcher
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Celebrate winter with Strawberry Shortcake and friends at the Glimmerberry Ball. It’s a delightful, fun-filled time as the girls exchange presents, solve a hollow tree mystery, and set out to carve the most beautiful Glimmerberry lantern ever. Just like Strawberry says, “The whole community will come together and work… Continue reading Strawberry Shortcake: The Glimmerberry Ball Movie
With so many multi-camera sitcoms taped in front of live studio audiences heading to TV this fall — “Whitney,” “2 Broke Girls” and “I Hate My Teenage Daughter” among them — the shrinking genre faces one of its biggest tests in years.
And while the new series’ stars promise a spontaneity and and comedic dynamic you don’t get from successful single-camera laughers like “Modern Family,”… Continue reading Lucille Ball at 100: 'I Love Lucy' still a shining example of why a live audience can work