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Kristen Stewart: No vampires were in sight, but Kristen Stewart still stirred up quite a frenzy among her large fan base with her appearance at the festival in connection with her starring role as a guard in Guantanamo Bay drama Camp X-Ray. [MTV… Continue reading Sundance Today: K-Stew Still Rules; Aaron Paul, Mitt Romney, and Robert Redford Impress; 'Dinosaur 13' Acquired
There was a time when much of the world didn’t realize that Anchorman: The Legend of Ron Burgundy was a certified masterpiece and the funniest movie of the 21st century. When it was first released, Adam McKay and Will Ferrell’s tale of a pompous but lovable news anchor and his truly odd news team did decent box office and earned decent reviews, but it took… Continue reading 'Anchorman' Is Still the Greatest Comedy of the 21st Century
Forget “Portlandia.” The dream of the late ’90s is still alive in Manchester, UK, where teens are apparently recreating the David Fincher dude-tastic classic “Fight Club.” According to The Independent, the teens are using BlackBerry Messenger to meet up for a touch of the old ultra-violence.
Indeed, these kids are taking it to a new level by… Continue reading England Teens Prove 'Fight Club' Is Still a Thing
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This week marks the 25th anniversary of “The Dead Pool,” which, perhaps no one realized at the time, was the final “Dirty Harry” movie. The movie was released on July 13, 1988, shortly after Eastwood turned 58, and while the actor has continued to play cops and gunslingers and action heroes, he tossed away Inspector Harry Callahan’s badge for… Continue reading 'The Dead Pool' at 25: Why Clint Eastwood's Dirty Harry Still Matters