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the following betrayal recap The Following Season 2, episode 12 recap: Mandy, Claire and Carrie make terrible decisions in Betrayal It was not a banner day for the females on “The Following” on Monday (April 7). Mandy, Claire and Carrie all made some absolutely terrible decisions during “Betrayal,” but only one of them lost their lives as a result. So who died?

Oh, Mandy. Poor, sweet, not-so-innocent Mandy. You could not have made a dumber decision than running away from Joe straight into the… Continue reading 'The Following' Season 2, episode 12 recap: Mandy, Claire and Carrie make terrible decisions in 'Betrayal'

The Lone Ranger Tonto and Horse What Movie Did You Feel the Need to See Even Though It Got Terrible Reviews?

With The Legend of Hercules, 2014 seems to have its first major 0% movie on Rotten Tomatoes. A couple other titles opening this weekend also have the same score, but Hercules is the only wide release among them. It will be interesting to see how the movie does at the box office, because obviously a lot of people are still going to see it. Millions of moviegoers… Continue reading What Movie Did You Feel the Need to See Even Though It Got Terrible Reviews?

71498562 Alexander and the Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad Day Adds Megan Mullally, Jennifer CoolidgeFrederick M. Brown/Getty Images

Disney has unveiled the complete casting lineup for its upcoming live-action adaptation of classic children’s book “Alexander and the Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad Day.”

The flick will star Australian actor Ed Oxenbould as the titular Alexander, who wakes up with gum in his hair and is forced to eat lima beans for dinner, among other childhood woes… Continue reading 'Alexander and the Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad Day' Adds Megan Mullally, Jennifer Coolidge

  • “Warm Bodies”

    <strong>Written By: </strong>Isaac Marion, a Seattle-based writer and musician who captured the zombie zeitgeist with his critically acclaimed 2011 novel for teens. <strong>On the Page: </strong>R is an unconventional zombie. He’s conflicted about his lot in life and finds himself attracted to Julie, the girlfriend of his last victim. He curbs his New Hunger for her brains and shuttles her off to his zombie loft in an airplane

  • In “Flight,” which hits theaters this Friday, John Goodman plays Harling Mays. Mays is a friend/drug dealer of Whip Whitaker’s (Denzel Washington), an airline pilot whose alcoholism has him embroiled in a scandal. Throughout the movie, Whitaker faces the constant internal struggle of whether he should or shouldn’t drink — a reality Goodman is familiar with from his own life.

    “I’d have the shakes so bad I’d have to have a… Continue reading John Goodman Opens Up About Alcoholism: 'It Was Terrible For My Family'