Saturday, June 11, 2005

Gary Coleman named No. 1 Child Star of all time. Hey, c'mon. He had an advantage. The rest of them only got to play children during their actual childhood.


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The Absolute Bottom 50 Fast Food Franchises


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Saturday Night Live - Celebrity Jeopardy archive


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Real life version of "Radio" gets in the game. Hell, on my high school team he would have been the starting center.


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No-o-o-o-o! "Tom Cruise says girlfriend Katie Holmes 'digs' the Church of Scientology."


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Pitt and Jolie kick Friday box office ass.
  • The dynamic duo pulled in $18 million on Friday.
  • Shark Boy and Lava Girl made a VERY respectable showing in a tough field, finishing fifth overall - ahead of Russell Crowe's Cinderella Man - and actually finishing second in revenues per screen.
  • The Honeymooners limped into eighth place.


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The greatest movie ever made? You never heard of it.


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Anonymous Anonymous said...

I'm a bit of a movie snob. I've seen it, but it's too slow for my tastes and my tastes run much slower than most.

 


Anonymous KGB said...

Most American movie critics will say that "Citizen Kane" is the best movie, but that's just jingoistic. In spite of its technical advances, I've never found Kane to be a must-see film--if I had to choose between Kane and, say, Cinema Paradiso, I would choose the Italian film.

 


Blogger Josh said...

I enjoy Cinema Paradiso a lot more than Citizen Kane, but Kane is much more influential. I think maybe Kieslowski's Decalogue should get more consideration as the best film ever, but it is a film made up of 10 one hour segments so it's hard to classify or even decide if it's truly a film and not a mini series. My personal favorite is Errol Morris' pet cemetary documentary Gates of Heaven.

 

Dave Barry "picked" this as the Headline of the Day: Giant Balls of 'Snot' Explain Ocean Mystery


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Conan O'Brien's "actual item" of the month


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Three new clips from Batman Begins


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The trailer and a clip from The Three Burials of Melquiades Estrada
  • Directed by Tommy Lee Jones
  • "A man is shot and quickly buried in the high desert of west Texas. The body is found and reburied in Van Horn's town cemetery. Pete Perkins, a local ranch foreman, kidnaps a Border Patrolman and forces him to disinter the body. With his captive in tow and the body tied to a mule, Pete undertakes a dangerous and quixotic journey into Mexico."


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The trailer for Pain Killer
  • Ex-undercover cop turned biker Rane (John Fallon), witnesses the brutal murder of his pregnant wife Jamie (Anna Jaeger) by his crew who have learned about his old policemen days. Shot through the head with a crossbow and dumped into a canal, Rane is believed to be dead... but he miraculously survives the ordeal. Upon his exit from the hospital, he teams up with his old crime buddy Kersey (Deke Richards), arms himself to the teeth, and goes on a drug fueled, psychotic rampageā€¦ all in the name of unapologetic retribution.


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Charlie Kaufman's script for "Being John Malkovich"


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Letterman's Top Ten Signs You've Got A Bad Summer Job ... "Interviewer asks if you know how to dispose of a body."


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Today in Uncle Scoopy's Guest House: Carried Away - with frontal nudity from Amy Locane, Amy Irving, and Dennis Hopper.


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