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New Year’s Eve 2012: 8 Most Memorable New Year Screen Kisses

30 December 2012 4:07 PM, PST | Obsessed with Film | See recent Obsessed with Film news »

Everyone loves a good New Year’s Eve party: it’s an excuse to get terribly drunk, do things you won’t remember the next day and kiss as many people as possible when midnight hits before you’re ejected or the police turn up asking questions.

That midnight kiss is a staple tradition of every New Year’s Eve, and the world of movies and TV are no different, and to celebrate the impending end of 2012 and the dawn of 2013, we’ve compiled eight of the best New Year’s kisses for your enjoyment.

This New Year’s Eve, say it with a kiss…


8. When Harry Met Sally

You know the story well: guy meets girls, they fall in love, they fall out of love, guy acts like a total rogue and breaks girls heart, girl is sad, guy comes to his senses and insults everything about the girl and girl instantly forgives him, »

- Simon Gallagher

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The Godfather: Part II, When Harry Met Sally and More of Our Favorite New Year's Eve Kisses

29 December 2012 2:30 PM, PST | E! Online | See recent E! Online news »

New Year's Eve is a time for celebrating with friends, sipping festive drinks and singing "Auld Lang Syne" off-key. But let's be honest: It's also about that midnight kiss. Hollywood has blessed us with plenty of Nye lip locks. We've seen the romantic variety in When Harry Met Sally, and a sinister smooch thanks to the Corleone family in The Godfather: Part II. It's not just movies that bring it when it comes to New Year's romance. TV shows also love to ring in the new year with festive pecks. Check out our Nye survival guide Raise a glass of bubbly and join us as we countdown our favorite on-screen New Year's Eve kisses. »

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Why Can't My New Year's Eve Be Like the Movies?

28 December 2012 9:00 AM, PST | NextMovie | See recent NextMovie news »

Ah, New Year's Eve — a magical evening filled with champagne, kisses at the stroke of midnight and, of course, a fresh start to the year ahead. Too bad in real life it's so much more often filled with overpriced dinners, obnoxious drunks and broken resolutions. (Yes, we often do manage to break our resolutions before even crawling into bed.) In other words, New Year's Eve almost always blows … yet somehow in the movies it's so damn perfect.

In honor of Hollywood's optimistic vision for the year's most stressful night, here's a compilation of the nine greatest moments caught on celluloid as the clock strikes 12. It may not be as good as the real thing … because it's even better. Happy New Year, indeed.

1. 'Sleepless in Seattle' (1993)

This romantic comedy actually (gasp!) gets it right. After some ill-fated back-and-forth, Sam (Tom Hanks) and Annie (Meg Ryan) finally unite — in large »

- Elizabeth Durand

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The Worst of 2012: The Movie People Who Passed Away

27 December 2012 11:00 AM, PST | NextMovie | See recent NextMovie news »

It's inevitable that as time goes by, we will lose some of our favorite stars. And yet, year after year, it never gets any easier to look back on the great entertainers who had died over the previous 12 months.

Still, it's important to remember the legacies of the people who enhanced our own lives over the years with their talent, style and love of cinema. Here's a look at some of the many wonderful Hollywood talents who passed away in 2012.

Whitney Houston

One of the most successful, beloved and influential pop stars of the last quarter century, Whitney Houston also became a Hollywood power in the '90s thanks to her roles in blockbusters like "The Bodyguard" and "The Preacher's Wife." Though she had her very public ups and downs over the past decade, Houston was in the process of making a career comeback on the big screen with the musical "Sparkle. »

- Scott Harris

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DVD Release: Small Apartments

26 December 2012 9:19 AM, PST | Disc Dish | See recent Disc Dish news »

Blu-ray & DVD Release Date: Feb., 19, 2013

Price: DVD $22.98

Studio: Sony

Matt Lucas ponders a drink--and his dead landlord--in Small Apartments.

Matt Lucas, who was so awesome in TV’s Little Britain, just as he was weird in Bridesmaids, appears in his first leading role in the 2012 comedy Small Apartments.

Lucas is Franklin Franklin, a clumsy recluse who embarks on a hapless cover-up after accidentally killing his landlord. Trapped in his seedy La apartment with the body of the landlord on the kitchen floor, Franklin is surrounded by eccentric neighbors, including a stoner (Johnny Knoxville, Jackass: The Movie) and his girlfriend (Rebel Wilson, Pitch Perfect), a wanna-be stripper (Juno Temple, Killer Joe) and an artist (James Caan, The Gambler). To add to his problems, a drunk investigator (Billy Crystal, When Harry Met Sally) is questioning him about his landlord. But none of this fazes Franklin as he dreams of Switzerland, and waits »

- Laurence

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Holiday Favorites 2012: Stephanie Puts a Little 'Scrooged' Love in Her Heart

24 December 2012 7:30 AM, PST | Slackerwood | See recent Slackerwood news »

Welcome to Holiday Favorites, a series in which Slackerwood contributors and our friends talk about the movies we watch during the holiday season, holiday-related or otherwise.

I've watched Bill Murray in the 1988 classic Scrooged every year since its release. Directed by Richard Donner (known for a few other favorites of mine: The Toy, The Goonies, Ladyhawke and Radio Flyer), Scrooged holds a special place in my heart for many reasons.

For one, the movie has quintessential late 80s New York City charm. I had never visited NYC before moving there from small-town West Texas, and I lived there for 12 years. When I arrived off the turnip truck, the only images I had in my head were from childhood movies and TV shows. Scrooged was one of them, along with Sesame Street, Baby Boom, When Harry Met Sally, Wall Street, etc. It turns out Scrooged was closer to the truth, but in a good way. »

- Stephanie Baker

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Parental Guidance Review

20 December 2012 9:28 PM, PST | We Got This Covered | See recent We Got This Covered news »

From a distance, Parental Guidance looks like your usual family holiday movie with its adult cast interacting with small children in ways that seem embarrassing. It does run on a formula that has been used to death in movies – that of adults having a nightmare of a time trying to wrangle kids who have far more energy than they do – and you might expect it to act as an advertisement for the latest cool toy all the kids will want for Christmas. However, the movie turns out to be quite a surprise, as it features some very funny moments as well as ones that will warm the hearts of even the most jaded moviegoers.

Billy Crystal stars as Artie Decker, a sports announcer for a minor league baseball team who still has aspirations to work with the San Francisco Giants. Reality comes crashing down, however, when he is fired from »

- Ben Kenber

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25 Years of "Moonstruck": What's Its Greatest Scene?

20 December 2012 1:25 PM, PST | The Backlot | See recent The Backlot news »

Moonstruck is a movie that I'm just glad exists. Look at all it did for us: 1) it provided the most fun rom-com charisma of the late '80s (take That, When Harry Met Sally); 2) it gave Cher a role that suited her signature brassiness and her vulnerability; 3) It made Nicolas Cage sexy; 4) It made Olympia Dukakis bankable; 5) it gave us an insane Cher Oscar moment that I'll discuss momentarily.

But first, let's discuss the movie. It's been 25 years since John Patrick Shanley's brilliant comic script dazzled us, and believe it or not I have a hard time picking out a favorite moment, even if Cher's "Snap out of it!" has as hefty a cultural presence as "I Got You Babe."

Since I have a fondness for Best Supporting Actresses, I'll pick this classic Olympia Dukakis moment where she declares, "Your life is going down the toilet" with the »

- virtel

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Merry Christmas From the Movies: The Mashup

20 December 2012 10:00 AM, PST | NextMovie | See recent NextMovie news »

If you're anything like us, then at this time of year you're a sucker for Christmas movies of any kind. You melt and grin over the tender lessons learned, the opening of presents, the sourpuss having a change of heart, the pratfalls, the lovers sharing a kiss in the snow, the realization that Santa actually exists. Oh, and Martians.

We're celebrating our love of Christmas movies, not to mention the holiday itself, with this heartwarming mashup of Christmas cheer. Merry Christmas from all of us here at NextMovie — as well as a multitude of movie characters — to all of you.

Movies Included (Click to Buy):

Holiday Inn | How the Grinch Stole ChristmasLove ActuallyBridget Jones' Diary | The Nightmare Before ChristmasBatman ReturnsPirate RadioHome AloneEight Crazy NightsNick and Norah's Infinite Playlist | Prancer | Christmas in Connecticut (1945) | The Holiday | A Charlie Brown ChristmasBad SantaAmerican Psycho »

- Avaryl Halley

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The Big Stories Of 2012: Indies Get Romance Right

12 December 2012 11:30 AM, PST | MTV Movies Blog | See recent MTV Movies Blog news »

When writer/director Nora Ephron passed away in June, the industry lost not only an iconic filmmaker, but, it could be said, the grand dame of the romantic-comedy genre. Though she hadn't been as active in recent years, her seminal "Sleepless in Seattle" and "When Harry Met Sally..." continue to be archetypes for what a whip-smart yet heartwarming tale of boy meets girl should be. So it's curious, then, that as we were recalling Ephron's achievements, the category was experiencing heartache of its own—with one of its least lustrous years in recent memory.

Of course, the questionable quality of romantic comedies isn't a new discussion; it's one we've been having for at least the last five years, if not the last decade. (Can you believe it's been nine years since "Love Actually" was all around theaters?) But, perhaps even more telling, the box-office returns on these films were equally inconsistent. »

- Amy Wilkinson

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Movie House of Worship: Central Florida’s Enzian Theater

9 December 2012 8:00 AM, PST | FilmSchoolRejects.com | See recent FilmSchoolRejects news »

“Movie House of Worship” is a regular feature spotlighting our favorite movie theaters around the world, those that are like temples of cinema catering to the most religious-like film geeks. This week, guest submitter Zac Alfson shares one of his favorite theaters. His comments are those quoted. If you’d like to suggest or submit a place you regularly worship at the altar of cinema, please email our weekend editor.   Name: Enzian Theater Location: 1300 South Orlando Avenue  Maitland, Fl Opened: 1985, as a repertory house screening 6-12 classics per week. Four years later it changed to a first-run arthouse cinema and continues to operate not-for-profit with the help of members, volunteers and donors. No. of screens: 1 Current first-run titles:  Searching for Sugar Man   Repertory programming: Midnight movies run on the weekends. This coming Friday and Saturday you can catch Miami Connection, and on the 21st and 22nd they’ve got a seasonal treat, Rare Exports »

- Christopher Campbell

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NCIS Round Table: "Gone"

3 December 2012 9:16 AM, PST | TVfanatic | See recent TVfanatic news »

Our NCIS review broke down the "Gone," last week's episode of TV's #1 show, in detail.

Now, TV Fanatic staff members Steve Marsi, Mary Powers and Eric Hochberger have assembled for our weekly Round Table Q&A discussion of various events and topics from this solid installment.

Join in as we analyze the quest for a kidnapping victim and so much more ...


1. Describe this episode in one word (or two, or three, or four, or 12).

Steve: Strong in a different kind of way.

Mary: Maybe not as "shell-shocking" as the last two, but still pretty good.

Eric: At or above expectations.

2. Favorite quotes or scenes from "Gone"?

Steve: Michael Weatherly's brief, but spot-on impression of Robert Wagner as Tony Sr. at the end!

Mary: Tony: Male friends only want to sleep with you. Billy Crystal, Meg Ryan, When Harry Met Sally.

Eric: Gibbs dropping the initial suspect with one »

- steve@iscribelimited.com (Steve Marsi)

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Review: ‘What a Man’ Shows a Funnier, Sweeter Side of Germany

29 November 2012 8:00 AM, PST | FilmSchoolRejects.com | See recent FilmSchoolRejects news »

When you think about the best romantic comedies and their countries of origin there a few clear names at the top of the list. Hollywood, of course, has seen its fair share of gems (including High Fidelity and When Harry Met Sally) even if their level of quality has been replaced in the last decade by a morass of Katherine Heigl and Kate Hudson-led stinkers. The UK has several great ones but earns a spot based on the near perfection of Love Actually alone. Similarly, France would make the list based solely on Amelie although they too have many more fantastic examples as well. Even South Korea, traditionally viewed as home only to movies about revenge, has produced more than a few solid entries in the genre including Finding Mr. Destiny, Spellbound and My Sassy Girl. But what about Germany? It’s okay if you laughed at the absurdity… I »

- Rob Hunter

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Watch: Trailer For 'I Give It A Year' With Rose Byrne & Rafe Spall Promises A Rare Decent Rom-Com

21 November 2012 8:45 AM, PST | The Playlist | See recent The Playlist news »

Perhaps no genre of film has as low a rate of return as the romantic comedy. Even horror films have the occasional subversive festival gem to prop up fan interest every so often, but serious fans of the rom-com are reduced to getting their jollies from the amiable, but botched likes of "Crazy Stupid Love" and "The Five-Year Engagement," films which are no great shakes, but look like masterpieces compared to stuff like "Something Borrowed" and "New Years Eve," that makes up most of the films of this type. We're a long way from "When Harry Met Sally," or even "Bridget Jones' Diary." But things are looking up; "Silver Linings Playbook," a smart and genuinely funny entry into the genre, is in theaters now, and now the trailer for one of 2013's early attempts has arrived, and touch wood, it looks pretty good: Yahoo UK have premiered the trailer »

- Oliver Lyttelton

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James D'Arcy, 'Hitchcock' Star, On Anthony Perkins And Why 'Psycho' Still Terrifies Him

20 November 2012 9:30 AM, PST | Moviefone | See recent Moviefone news »

If you're going to shoot a film about the making of "Psycho," you've got to have the perfect Anthony Perkins, and British actor James D'Arcy (of "Cloud Atlas") is a dead ringer for the late actor. In fact, as "Hitchcock" star Anthony Hopkins said during Perkins's audition, the resemblance was "uncanny." During a set visit on the last day of shooting "Hichcock," D'Arcy told Moviefone about his unforgettable audition in which Hopkins literally fell out of his chair, and how much "Psycho" terrified him as a teen. In fact, he confessed the film still scares him: "I couldn't bring myself to watch it," he admitted of revisiting the movie's famous ending. Even so, it remains his favorite Hitchcock flick, as it does for so many movie fans. How did this project come your way? Actually I knew about it for a long time. I talked to Ryan Murphy about it »

- Sharon Knolle

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New 'Parental Guidance' Trailer with Billy Crystal Comes from the 90s

19 November 2012 3:19 PM, PST | firstshowing.net | See recent FirstShowing.net news »

Come on, Billy Crystal, you're better than this. In what is sure to be a holiday comedy popular with families this Christmas, Parental Guidance, with the once great star of City Slickers and When Harry Met Sally and Bette Midler, has a new trailer. Walden Media was able to send this trailer all the way from 1995 judging by the comedy on display. In addition, the frame of a holiday movie with the music choice, snow falling over production logos and more tries to sell it as a holiday movie even though there's no Christmas or even Hanukkah to be found. Did you know cake makes kids go crazy? How wacky! *facepalm* Here's the new trailer for Andy Fickman's Parental Guidance, originally from MSN: Old school grandfather Artie (Billy Crystal), who is accustomed to calling the shots, meets his match when he and his eager-to-please wife (Bette Midler) agree to »

- Ethan Anderton

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Helen Mirren, 'Hitchcock' Star, On Sex Symbol Status And 'When Harry Met Sally 2'

19 November 2012 11:56 AM, PST | Moviefone | See recent Moviefone news »

Dame Helen Mirren occupies an interesting space in the celebrity stratosphere: The 67-year-old actress has earned an Oscar for her performance as Queen Elizabeth, and is also routinely regarded as having one of the most enviable bodies in Hollywood -- a fact that she seems to loathe. "It's ridiculous" Mirren said, neatly seated on a sofa in New York's Parker Meridien Hotel. Although the actress dons a bathing suit in her upcoming role in "Hitchcock," the image is far from that famous photo. Here, Mirren plays Alma Reville, the wife of Alfred Hitchcock (Sir Anthony Hopkins). From Sacha Gervasi, the biopic narrates the behind-the-scenes difficulty of bringing "Psycho" to the big screen and the Hitchcocks' surprising love story. Mirren sat down with Moviefone to talk about her upcoming film, what she learned from "When Harry Met Sally 2" and her hope to one day work with Tarantino. Tell me about the first time you saw “Psycho. »

- Jessie Heyman

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The Magic of Belle Isle

16 November 2012 1:25 AM, PST | Sky Movies | See recent Sky Movies news »

In this warm-hearted romantic comedy, Morgan Freeman plays a wheelchair-bound author with writer's block who moves to a rural town in a bid to rekindle his muse. A crotchety, hard-drinker, he find his gruff resistance melting when he meets single mom Virginia Madsen and her three children, who provide the literary - and emotional - inspiration he's been seeking. When Harry Met Sally director Rob Reiner concocts a low-key, feelgood yarn with an outstanding performance from Madsen as the hardworking mother. »

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Carrie Fisher likes 'idea of being Mrs Solo' in new Star Wars film

15 November 2012 2:59 AM, PST | The Guardian - Film News | See recent The Guardian - Film News news »

Actor who played Princess Leia in Star Wars trilogy joked that she would love to marry Harrison Ford's Han Solo in new movie

Carrie Fisher, Aka Princess Leia, has become the latest member of the original Star Wars cast to express an interest in returning for Disney's new trilogy – albeit with her tongue firmly in her cheek.

Fisher, who was just 19 when she began filming 1977's debut Star Wars movie, joked that she would love to marry Harrison Ford's Han Solo but was not sure the relationship would last. "I like the idea of being Mrs Solo, and we've just fought and fought and I killed him – but I'm sorry," she told host Aisha Tyler on Us TV show The Chat on Tuesday. "I probably had an affair with some general."

Disney last week confirmed the Oscar-winning writer of Little Miss Sunshine and Toy Story 3, Michael Arndt, »

- Ben Child

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"Emily Owens, M.D." recap (Ep. 4): The Battle for Bandari

14 November 2012 11:39 AM, PST | AfterEllen.com | See recent AfterEllen.com news »

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While Emily Owens, M.D.’s quirky awkwardness has charmed me thus far in the series, I must say that this episode her storyline felt more annoying than relatable. Much of the episode was taken up with her literally running around Will and Cassandra, panting like a pathetic puppy dog as she tried to curtail their wooing. Meanwhile, her and Cassandra’s competitive battles continue to escalate, but their antagonism somehow lacks the sexual undercurrents that we all obviously want enemies to have. Emily clearly doesn’t have even an inkling of desire to make out with Cassandra; she just simply really, really doesn’t like her. Boring.

But on the other hand, all of the patient storylines continue to be really intriguing and well-written, and we do get the briefest glance of Kelly McCreary in a tank top. So, counting our blessings, »

- daffodilly

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