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"Don't Be Afraid of the Dark" Is Nothing to Be Afraid Of

Aug 26th, 2011

There are two types of middle-aged people in the world: Those who didn’t see John Newland’s 1973 made-for-TV movie Don’t Be Afraid of the Dark when it aired, and those who did see it and were marked for life.

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It's Hammer Time! "Thor" Smashes Competition with $66M Opening!

May 11th, 2011

Based on the Marvel comic, the 3D action adventure starring Chris Hemsworth, Natalie Portman, and Anthony Hopkins, outdistanced fellow new arrivals such as "Jumping the Broom" and "Something Borrowed."


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"Something Borrowed" Interview with Kate Hudson and Colin Egglesfield

May 6th, 2011

"Something Borrowed," the movie, is a smart romantic comedy with the right mixture of edge and fun. Bringing the zaniness is Kate Hudson as Darcy, Rachel’s (Ginnifer Goodwin) impetuous and somewhat selfish best friend.

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My "Something Borrowed" Interview Bloopers with Kate Hudson and Colin Egglesfield! We Thought the Cameras Were Not Rolling!

May 6th, 2011

We thought the camera was not rolling yet, so we were talking about the movie, the Coachella Music and Arts Festival, Madonna, and Lauryn Hill! Funny stuff.


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"Something Borrowed" Interview with John Krasinski and Ginnifer Goodwin

May 5th, 2011

In the film, Ginnifer Goodwin (Rachel) and John Krasinski (Ethan) star as longtime friends, and in real-life, they seemed to be BFFs as well. I enjoyed the romantic but biting notion of the film, and it was such a treat seeing these two actors.

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Author Emily Giffin Talks About "Something Borrowed"

May 5th, 2011

"Something Borrowed," the beloved bestseller is now a major motion picture, and author Emily Giffin is behind the project 100%! In this interview, we talked about:


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Stop your mumbling

Feb 9th, 2009

For an ode to pretentious, up-your-own-ass, "artistic" indie shit, there's nothing quite like the opening minutes of Baghead. The protagonists are at a film festival, where the film "We Are Naked" is having its world premiere. It's shot in grainy black-and-white, the dialogue is ludicrous, and just before the end-credits roll, the lead couple take off all their clothes and have sex. On their feet. In the front yard.

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