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Unlike her ultra-conservative cousins, the newly engaged Amy Duggar wears makeup, dons teeny bikinis and openly kisses her fiance.

But the 19 Kids And Counting reality star, who also defines herself as Christian, recently told radio detection and rangingOnline.com that she’s waiting to walk down the aisle before jumping into bed with love Dillon King, 27.

“We’re going to wait for marriage,” the aspiring country singer, 28, revealed to… Continue reading Traditional After All! Newly Engaged Amy Duggar Says She’s Going To ‘Wait For Marriage’ — But Cops To ‘Mistakes’ In The Past

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Most solid sci-fi movies include one of three core elements: monsters, robots, or the future. In Guillermo Del Toro’s “Pacific Rim,” which hits theaters this week, you get all three.

Del Toro’s new film is the perfect sci-fi amalgamation — it’s giant monsters fighting giant robots on a ruined planet. Unfortunately, things in the science fiction world aren’t always perfect


Johnny Depp takes on another eccentric character this Fourth of July weekend when he portrays Native American warrior Tonto in “The Lone Ranger.” We have high hopes for Depp in Disney’s latest reboot of the classic American story, but that doesn’t mean we expect it to be perfect and error-free.

The 50-year-old actor has been making movies for 29 years, so we figured some of his eclectic films… Continue reading Movie Mistakes: 10 Blunders From Johnny Depp's Biggest Films (PHOTOS)

Remember when you watched “Inception” for the first time and you were so impressed by the story and special effects that you unconsciously forgave every inconsistency and scientific error, but then, when you watched it a second time, you started asking questions — a lot of questions?

Cinema Sins shares in your frustration. They’ve compiled 37 of the most thought-provoking, head-scratching errors and questions raised by the thinking-man’s blockbuster.

Of course, we… Continue reading 'Inception' Mistakes: 37 Complaints About the Thinking-Man's Blockbuster

This weekend, “Playing for Keeps” hits the big screen. The film stars Gerard Butler as a former professional athlete who looks to pick his life up again by becoming his son’s soccer coach.

Unfortunately, from the looks of the reviews, this movie is far from the enjoyable light-hearted romp it bills itself to be. According to its current