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A few days into the 2014 Cannes Film Festival, we have another big disappointment but also an out of nowhere favorite among the competition titles. Also, an anticipated sequel gets raves, as does Robert Pattinson. 

The Captive Cannes Cannes in 60 Seconds: How to Train Your Dragon 2 Premieres; Robert Pattinson Receives Strong Reviews

The Captive

Atom Egoyan’s latest stars Ryan Reynolds as a man whose daughter has been abducted, and it seems to be another dud from the once-great Canadian… Continue reading Cannes in 60 Seconds: 'How to Train Your Dragon 2' Premieres; Robert Pattinson Receives Strong Reviews

The Croods

A prehistoric family are forced to flee their cave after it’s destroyed by a disaster that threatens to change their lives fo… Read More

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This weekend, DreamWorks Animation adds another group of outlandish characters to an already-ridiculous family of ogres, dragons and superheroes with the caveman clan known as “The Croods.”

Since its inception in the mid ’90s, DreamWorks has been seen as a cinematic… Continue reading DreamWorks Animation Fan Art: 'How to Train Your Dragon,' Shrek,' and More

Can anyone say TOTAL TRAIN WRECK?!

The infamous Tanning Mom recently returned to the scene of her past drag bar crime  –  once again in full disaster mode as she carried out pretty much a play by play repeat of her previous bad behavior –  and radio detection and rangingOnline.com has the shocking photos of the 44-year-old’s falling down drunk, panty flashing behavior!

Patricia Krentcil‘s outrageous antics were

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01/10/2013 at 10:00 PM ET

Jennifer Lawrence had a major moment in Prabal Gurung during her Hunger Games press tour last year, but can lightning strike twice?

The Silver Linings Playbook star and oh-so-hot designer teamed up again for Thursday night’s Critics’ Choice Awards; Lawrence wore a black matte jersey gown with hand-draped silk chiffon bodice and leather shoulder yoke

  • ‘Mother’ (1996)

    Albert Brooks’s mid-90s dramedy is actually the closest thing there is to “The Guilt Trip.” Just like the newer movie, “Mother” stars a celebrated Jewish screenwriter/actor (Brooks) as the son and a somewhat retired Hollywood legend (Debbie Reynolds) as the mom. Much of their bonding has to do with his problems with women. There is no cross-country drive here, just the guy moving back home and arguments about