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De Niro vs. Stallone vs. your memories of better movies
Bowers Museum spotlights the best of British-made movie dress-up
The great director brings a 'Bullet' (and ideas) to your head
Arnold returns—but do we still need him?
The musician has put in 34 years of cameos, edge-of-frame color and raspy voice work
See Also: *House of Campaign - Five Rap Songs Looking For Your Vote *Going for the Gold: Five 2012 Rap Songs To Inspire Our Olympic Team*Monday Night Raw's Six Most Memorable Music Moments This weekend sees the release of The Expendables 2. One of this summer's most anticipated, muscle-flexing, r ... More >>
Onetime SpongeBob SquarePants illustrator Todd White and a former Huntington Beach gallery owner have reportedly settled the gallerist's lawsuit and the internationally renown artist's counter-suit over her accusations he sicced ninjas on her in August 2011.The art world has been closely watching th ... More >>
James McTeigue's Edgar Allan Poe flick finds itself wedged between self-serious solemnity and sadism
Still makes a strong impression Tommy Davidson, he's a funny dude. (He told me to say that.) Tommy has been entertaining the masses for more than 25 years and has had parts in hit TV shows and movies like In Living Color, Proud Family, Woo, Juwanna Man, and most recently Black Dynamite (which has ... More >>
Courtney Love caused a teeny stir this week when she raved about the hallucinogenic tea Ayahuasca. Sounding like a frat boy detailing his first blunt, Love shared some of the urban legends surrounding Ayahuasca, namely, that users experience identical visions of a mysterious "Black guy" (Editor ... More >>
[Locals Only] Detroit Bar host the electro-lovin' performance virgins
Myspace.comWTF:To Eminem fans everywhere, I apologize for socking it to him frequently as of late, but today he's once again made himself the perfect clay pigeon for my editorial buck shot. According to Spin.com, the great white ???? is set to star in a new film.
The Micky Ward story falls through the ropes in a too-familiar film
Action all-stars cast get nostalgic for their legacy of brutality in 'The Expendables'
[Summer Guide] Flicks to help you enjoy the great indoors
We live in a world in which everyone's copying each the work of others. Musicians, artists, and writers often depend on outside sources as inspiration for their own "work." Unfortunately, the video games and movie industries are no exceptions. On numerous occasions, the artwork of video games and mo ... More >>
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This just in. FOX News reports that Sylvester Stallone, along with Danny DeVito and other Planet Hollywood investors have bought Buca di Beppo. I haven't the words.
Morgan Spurlock makes us look bad, plus (separate!) films on baseball and steroids shine at sundance '08
After this weekend, Irvine’s Quinton ‘Rampage’ Jackson just might make mixed martial arts everyone’s favorite spectator sport
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OnDVD: Talladega Nights: The Ballad of Ricky Bobby
Another sequel, another chance for Rocky to persevere for America
Deck the halls with boughs of Hollywood
Today is a day with dark undertones in American history. It was on July 6, that two of the greatest artists the United States ever produced died: William Faulkner died on July 6, 1962, and nine years later in 1971, Louis Armstrong died. A dark day indeed. What could possibly make July 6 grimmer for ... More >>
Nachos funnier than Napoleon, which isnt sayin much
Goal! follows an immigrants pursuit of a European fantasy
Your daughter turns 16 once, so youd better do it up right
The waiting is the hardest part in Mendes and companys Gulf War frustration meditation
The Greg Horvath Story? inspiring.
The Great American Arm Wrestling Musical is heremaybe
The more the murkier in Revolutions
Watching the unwatchable
Cul-de-sacs and soccer fields
In search of . . . buried treasure with Jesus Wore Dickies
If Ed Wood were from Italy, he mightve owned Angelos and Vincis
Up in Smoke asks and answers: What happens to rap when its hard edge is draped with a little glitz?
Scowling, butt-grinding guy is on the loose