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- James Wray
Whilst perusing the news for some tasty bits to share with you all, I came across this very enlightening article about sports movies. Written by Sophie Walton (an official contributor) and found on Yahoo! Sports is an article telling women exactly which sports films they would be interested in (if they Have to watch them, because all girls hate sports).
This list is punctuated by a description of each film and the reasons why Sophie Walton believes that All women will like them. Examples of these reasons are; "Women love movies based on real stories because they relate to the human aspect" and "Tom Berenger, Charlie Sheen, Corbin Bernsen and Wesley Snipes look fantastic in those tight baseball uniforms". How did Sophie Walton know that all women only watch movies about sports because the men are foxy? How did she enter my soul and find out that I love real »
- Andre Dumas
Across The Line The Exodus of Charlie Wright Los Angeles Screening.Photo copyright richard shotwell / PR Photos. Corbin Bernsen attends Across The Line The Exodus of Charlie Wright Los Angeles Screening.Photo copyright richard shotwell / PR Photos. Mary Paz Gardea attends Across The Line The Exodus of Charlie Wright Los Angeles Screening.Photo copyright richard shotwell / PR Photos. Daniel Faraldo attends Across The Line The Exodus of Charlie Wright Los Angeles Screening.Photo copyright richard shotwell / PR Photos. Geoffrey Ross attends Across The Line The Exodus of Charlie Wright Los Angeles Screening.Photo copyright richard shotwell / PR Photos. 11/10/2010 - Christina Derosa - "Across The Line: The Exodus of Charlie Wright" Los Angeles Screening - »
- Michelle Wray
When actor-producer Corbin Bernsen goes to work at his Los Angeles office, he's surrounded by flakes. And he's on the lookout for more! The Psych star is a rabid collector of snow globes — he guestimates he has more than 7,500 — and has been hunting them since his days on L.A. Law in the '80s. "At the height of the show's popularity, I'd take out ...
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- Michael Logan
Chicago – “Psych” returns tonight, November 10th, 2010 for the mid-season premiere of one of basic cable’s most likable programs. The show has legions of fans but has never quite broken out like pop culture smashes “Monk,” “The Closer,” or “Mad Men.” It’s a reliably-enjoyable mystery-comedy that thrives on the comic timing and perfect chemistry of its talented leads.
TV Rating: 3.5/5.0
Debuting in 2006, “Psych” always kind of felt like the kid brother to “Monk,” another quirky mystery-comedy with an eccentric genius crime-solver that originally served as the show’s lead-in. Five seasons in (the first half of this season aired in the summer), the show continues to be a solid performer for the network that has already renewed it for round six. With big brother “Monk” retired, it’s time for “Psych” to stand on its own and it has maintained its position as one of basic cable’s more »
- firstname.lastname@example.org (Adam Fendelman)
You don't often see movie dentists who are regular guys. When they're not psychos, they're played for laughs
There's a gag in Jackass 3D called "Lamborghini tooth pull" and I think we all know what that means. For all the scatological tomfoolery and "Ow, my balls!" genital mistreatment on view, I bet this is the stunt that will make us wince the most, particularly as the film opens the same week the Daily Mail has reported that increasing numbers of people are trying to avoid exorbitant dental fees by pulling their own teeth out.
If you don't have a Lamborghini, you could always try the ice-skate option, like Tom Hanks in Cast Away. Or you could splice your genes with those of a housefly, like Jeff Goldblum in The Fly, who subsequently finds it easy to extract a tooth using just his fingers. Or, if you were really desperate, you »
- Anne Billson
Chicago – In our latest edition of HollywoodChicago.com Hookup: TV, we have two prize packs up for grabs for the return of USA Network’s “Psych” on Nov. 10, 2010! The show features James Roday, Dulé Hill, Timothy Omundson, Corbin Bernsen, Maggie Lawson, Kirsten Nelson, Liam James, Sage Brocklebank and Carlos McCullers II from series creator Steve Franks.
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USA’s hot roster of hit series gives viewers something to warm up to as the days get shorter and the nights grow colder. Nov. 2010 sees the return of fan-favorite “Psych” on Wednesday, Nov. 10, 2010 at 10/9 Cst with brand-new cases waiting to be solved.
- email@example.com (Adam Fendelman)
The Vancouver-lensed TV series "Psych", starring James Roday, Dulé Hill, Corbin Bernsen, Timothy Omundson and Kirsten Nelson returns with its fifth season continuation on USA Network, Wednesday, November 10, airing the new episode "Extradition II":
"...'Shawn' (Roday) and 'Gus' (Hill) return to Vancouver to visit their old nemesis 'Despereaux' (guest star Cary Elwes) in prison at the felon’s request, who then uses them to escape and pull one last job before he is extradited to the United States.
"Only while he is out, he is framed for the murder of a Crown Attorney and now asks the guys for help clearing his name of this most recent – and frankly unseemly – charge..."
"...USA’s hot roster of hit series gives viewers something to warm up to as the days get shorter and the nights grow colder. »
- Michael Stevens
Fangoria.com has snagged some exclusive pics, info and comments on a new La-lensed horror thriller called The Anniversary At Shallow Creek, directed by newcomer Jon Wagner and written, produced and starring Eric Mark Fischer and Brianna Lee Johnson. Fischer and Johnson’s company, Efish Entertainment, also recently wrapped another suspenser, Lizzie, starring The Dentist’s Corbin Bernsen and Silver Bullet’s Gary Busey. See below for the scoop on The Anniversary At Shallow Creek. »
- firstname.lastname@example.org (Tony Timpone)
The actor/writer/director talks about finding talent in the small Canadian town of Kipling
Actor Corbin Bernsen shot to fame in 1986 portraying Arnie Becker in the hit series L.A. Law, and with movie roles such as Roger Dorn in the fantastic sports comedy Major League, which is still one of my favorites. The actor has worked steadily throughout the years, on the big screen and the small screen, most recently as Henry Spencer on Psych, although his real passion is behind the camera. Corbin Bernsen wrote, directed, produced and also starred in the brand new movie Rust, which was recently released on DVD on October 5. I recently had the chance to speak with the multi-hyphenate about the movie, which stars Corbin Bernsen as a former preacher who returns to his hometown where he finds that an old friend was arrested for arson in a house fire that claimed the lives of a family. »
A look at what's new on DVD today:
"Fade to Black" (2010)
Directed by Oliver Parker
Released by Image Entertainment
It looks like we'll have to update our list of actors who've played Orson Welles with this long-delayed drama from "The Importance of Being Earnest" director Parker, which stars Danny Huston as the "Touch of Evil" auteur who gets caught up in a murder mystery all his own on 1948's "Black Magic" in Italy when he finds out his name is on a hit list. Christopher Walken, Diego Luna and Paz Vega co-star.
"30 Days of Night: Dark Days" (2010)
Directed by Ben Ketai
Released by Sony Pictures Home Entertainment
Rare for a direct-to-video sequel, original author Steve Niles returns to co-write this follow-up to the 2007 graphic novel adaptation about a vampire attack in Alaska. This time, "Lost" star Kiele Sanchez is protecting her neck, along with Diora Baird, Harold Perrineau, Rhys Coiro and Mia Kirshner, »
- Stephen Saito
We have a brand new exclusive DVD clip from the upcoming title Rust, which will be released on October 5. Click below to watch this exclusive scene, which features Corbin Bernsen as former pastor James Moore, who is trying to defend his old friend against the police:
In the midst of a midlife crisis of faith, a man finds hope where he least expects it - his hometown. James Moore (Golden Globe nominee Corbin Bernsen) is a former pastor who returns home to discover a family new to the area has been killed in a mysterious fire, and his childhood friend is implicated in the murder. Convinced of his friend's innocence, James sets out on a mission to find the truth... and in the process, rediscovers his own lost faith. An uplifting drama about faith, family, and the powerful ties that bind a community together.
We have the trailer as well as seven clips from Sony Pictures Home Entertainment's "Rust," starring and directed by Golden Globe nominee Corbin Bernsen as well as Frank Gall, Lloyd Warner, Audrey Lynn Tennent, Kristen Collins, John Hutchinson, Chesney Caswell and Judith Davis. Bernsen helms from his own screenplay, as well as producing alongside Chris Aronoff and Dana Lesiuk. In the midst of a midlife crisis of faith, a man finds hope where he least expects it – his hometown. James Moore (Corbin Bernsen) is a former pastor who returns home to discover a family new to the area has been killed in a mysterious fire, and his childhood friend is implicated in the murder. Convinced of his friend’s innocence »
"Psych", the top cable series for adults 18-49 (2.3 million), is a comedy-drama series created by Steve Franks, starring James Roday as 'Shawn Spencer', a 'crime consultant' for the Santa Barbara Police Department whose "heightened observational skills" and detective instincts allow him to convince people he solves cases with psychic abilities.
Season 5 premiered July 14, 2010 and had its mid-season summer finale, September 8, 2010.
USA is now listed as the most valuable asset of NBC Universal at $11.7 billion, while the value of broadcaster NBC itself is listed at a negative $600 million.
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- Michael Stevens
In the 1980s, Curt Smith was one-half of the highly-successful pop duo Tears for Fears. These days, Smith is still performing his music and you'll be able to see and hear his work on tonight's Psych entitled Episode 5.08: Shawn 2.0, where he will appear as a guest-starring actor. You will also be able to hear his cover version of the Psych theme song as well. Smith recently held a conference call to discuss his involvement on Psych and here's what he had to say:
I want to know what can you tell us about the Tears for Fears version or the Curt Smith version of the Psych theme song. Obviously it's become a very popular theme song. It's a very fun theme song. How did you sort of want to reinterpret it?
Are you bored of the same old TV shows? Tired of the mainstream? Then check out this round-up of alternative movies and series showing on UK television tonight…
8.10pm Global Effect (Movies4Men)
A team of mercenaries are sent into the jungle to rescue a kidnapped scientist who holds the key to a devastating virus. But there mission takes a turn for the worse when they run into smugglers.
9.00pm Flu Bird Horror (Movies24)
Townspeople fight for survival when giant birds spread a deadly virus in this cheesy horror directed by The Asylum’s Leigh Scott.
10.00pm Circuit Breaker (CBS Action)
Sexy sci-fi space bound shenanigans when a rescue mission goes awry and unleashes a demented killer robot on a family. Stars Richard ‘21 Jump Street’ Grieco and Corbin Bernsen.
11.00pm Spartacus: Blood and Sand (Bravo)
Brand new and highly-anticipated Us swords and sandals epic following the adventures of the legendary gladiator. »
After more than 35 years on the air and hundreds of episodes, "At the Movies" -- formerly "Ebert & Roeper," formerly "Roger Ebert & The Movies," formerly "Siskel & Ebert," formerly "At the Movies" again, formerly "Sneak Previews" -- shot its final episode earlier this week for broadcast this weekend. In humble admiration for decades of outstanding work, we present our ten favorite reviews from the history of the show in no particular order.
"Cop and a Half" (1993)
Possibly one of the most infamous reviews of the Siskel & Ebert era, "Cop and a Half" was one of those delightful cases where the two not only profoundly disagreed about a film, but did so by speaking about it with far more intelligence and sincerity than its filmmakers ever likely intended. A lesser critic than Ebert would've been undermined by the images of precocious Norman D. Golden II firing a water pistol at Burt Reynolds' »
- Matt Singer
Actor/director Corbin Bernsen and members of his film crew became embroiled in a mass brawl in Ohio last week after a quiet dinner at a local restaurant turned ugly.
The star is currently directing 25 Hill in the state and he went out for a meal with his co-workers last Tuesday at the Upper Deck bar/restaurant in New Franklin.
But the evening descended into chaos after a local man became flirtatious with a female member of the crew and a fight broke out.
Bernsen suffered a grazed knee in the scuffle and co-producer James Greilick was treated for a black eye.
The venue's co-owner Jeff Houck tells Wkyc.com, "The fight was over a girl. The young man approached a girl in their (film crew) who is local. He had gone to high school with her and (crew members) asked him to back off. And I think he took offence to it. And I think he threw the first punch."
No further action will be taken over the incident as all parties have told police they won't be pressing charges. »
We've all seen this kind of situation before: an actor, a director, someone who's cinematic work you're a fan of takes a job for a project that seemingly has no redeemable qualities to it. I call it "paying down the mortgage".
Really, there shouldn't be any shame when someone does it (with the caveat that they don't do it too often.) Actors have to eat too, y'know, and some of them have families to put through school and expensive escort bills to pay off every month. (Just ask Charlie Sheen why he's agreed to do a ninth season of Two and a Half Men for confirmation on that last reason.) A friend of mine once saw Corbin Bernsen, he of L.A. Law fame once, stop long enough on a direct-to-cable movie, film his scene and pick up his still warm half-finished cup of Starbucks that he walked on the set with. »
- Patrick Sauriol
I first read Francesca Lia Block's book Weetzie Bat as a teen, and it immediately shot to the top of my list of Favorite Books Ever. Even now, I give the omnibus of Weetzie Bat stories, Dangerous Angels, to friends as gifts.
Weetzie Bat is a young girl living in Los Angeles who hates high school because, of course, no one understands. But what they don't understand is the magic around them. She wears cowboy boots and feathered headdresses and sometimes roller skates, and her best friend is a handsome guy with a Mohawk named Dirk. When he comes out to her, she just says that it's cool because now they can go looking for their true loves together; that's just how Weetzie rolls. Weetzie builds her own family of friends and lovers throughout Block's books, and while the stories don't shy away from the dark side of life at all -- AIDs, »
- Jenni Miller
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