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ernest madea christmas Best of the Week: Madea vs. Ernest Saves Christmas, David O. Russell Interviewed, Hobbit Reviewed and More

10 Tips on How to Live Your Life, According to ‘Big’ by Alexander Huls

A Guide to ‘The Hobbit”s Dwarves, As Described by Your Completely Uninterested Grandpa by Evan Saathoff

Watch: The Schmoes Review ‘The Hobbit: Desolation of Smaug’, ‘American Hustle’ and ‘Saving Mr. Banks’ by Movies.com

10 Lessons Tyler Perry Hopefully Learned from ‘Earnest Saves Christmas’ by Evan Saathoff

The Best Double Features of 2013: ‘Zero Charisma’ and… Continue reading Best of the Week: 'Madea' vs. 'Ernest Saves Christmas,' David O. Russell Interviewed, 'Hobbit' Reviewed and More

Remembering Ernest Borgnine: His 10 Must-See Movies

Ernest Borgnine, who died Sunday at 95, is remembered mostly for his tough-guy roles, but he could be surprisingly tender as well, as he proved with his Oscar-winning portrayal as the lovelorn butcher in “Marty.” The versatile star turned out to be equally adept at heroes and villains, comedy and drama, leading man and character parts.

The descendant of an Italian count, Borgnine always came off as a regular guy (one… Continue reading Remembering Ernest Borgnine: His 10 Must-See Movies

Ernest Borgnine Dead: ‘Marty’ Actor Dies At 95

The AP is reporting that actor Ernest Borgnine has died of renal failure at Cedars-Sinai Medical Center. He was 95.

Borgnine was best known for his work in both film and TV, having starred on the program “McHale’s Navy,” as Lieutenant Commander Quinton McHale. Up on the big screen, Borgnine won an Oscar for one of his earliest roles, as the lead character in 1955′s “Marty,” which saw the actor playing… Continue reading Ernest Borgnine Dead: 'Marty' Actor Dies At 95

With Kanye West dropping by with a festive interpretation of his single “Power,” this week’s Saturday Night Live saw some big names making guest appearances on the show. Legendary actors Ernest Borgnine and Morgan Freeman dropped by the set for the promotion of their latest film RED, but the sketch involving them created a bigger [...] Continue reading Ernest Borgnine Morgan Freeman “SNL” Sketch “What’s Up With That?”