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Ashley Iaconetti Returns to Bachelor in Paradise - And She's Still Crying Over Jared Haibon a Year Later

16 August 2016 6:00 PM, PDT | PEOPLE.com | See recent PEOPLE.com news »

Are we stuck in some sort of sick, twisted time warp? Do the gods have no mercy? Will we be resigned to write about Ashley I. crying over Jared on Bachelor in Paradise every summer for the rest of our lives? Because somehow it's August 2016 and we have found ourselves in the exact same place almost a year to the very day that Ashley first graced our screens with her tear-soaked presence to pine over Jared for reasons we cannot comprehend. Long story short: Ashley's back. She still wants Jared, and - spoiler alert, hold onto your seats here, »

- Aurelie Corinthios

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Ashley Iaconetti Returns to Bachelor in Paradise - And She's Still Crying Over Jared Haibon a Year Later

16 August 2016 6:00 PM, PDT | PEOPLE.com | See recent PEOPLE.com news »

Are we stuck in some sort of sick, twisted time warp? Do the gods have no mercy? Will we be resigned to write about Ashley I. crying over Jared on Bachelor in Paradise every summer for the rest of our lives? Because somehow it's August 2016 and we have found ourselves in the exact same place almost a year to the very day that Ashley first graced our screens with her tear-soaked presence to pine over Jared for reasons we cannot comprehend. Long story short: Ashley's back. She still wants Jared, and - spoiler alert, hold onto your seats here, »

- Aurelie Corinthios

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Michael Moore films ranked from worst to best

10 June 2016 8:30 AM, PDT | Flickeringmyth | See recent Flickeringmyth news »

Matthew Lee ranks Michael Moore’s films from worst to best…

Where to Invade Next? opens up in UK theatres today [read our review here]. Here at Flickering Myth I thought it’d be worthwhile to look back on the controversial filmmakers work to see if Michael Moore’s sentiment still holds up. Did some of his warnings come to fruition, or was it all sensationalism? Does Moore warrant such backlashes? And how sentimental is he truly? In short, below is the man’s list.

8 – Slacker Uprising

This will be brief entry for his most forgettable to-date film (I also bet some of you have never heard of this film), as I shall highlight why this is also Michael Moore’s worst.

Plot: Michael Moore travels across the country to various college and university campuses to get the slacking youth off of their sofas, and into the voting booths to get George W. Bush out of office. »

- Matthew Lee

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Sundance Film Review: ‘Yoga Hosers’

25 January 2016 8:59 AM, PST | Variety - Film News | See recent Variety - Film News news »

If it’s true, as Kevin Smith noted in his lengthy introductory remarks at Sundance, that “failure is just success training,” then he should be in the best shape of his career after “Yoga Hosers,” an imbecilic, strenuously wacky helping of see-what-sticks juvenilia that finds the director continuing the “True North Trilogy” he began with 2013’s rather more endurable “Tusk.” Crossing a high-school comedy with a small-town gremlin movie, this cobbled-together live-action cartoon supplies an endless stream of Canada jokes in service of a plot about a hostile takeover by long-dormant Manitoban Nazis who take the form of sodomy-inclined sausages. The casting of Harley Quinn Smith and Lily-Rose Depp (the daughters of Smith and Johnny Depp, reprising his “Tusk” role here) as two endlessly sarcastic, butt-kicking teenage heroines helps the time pass more bearably than it might have otherwise, but really, to shackle two lovely and promising teenage actresses to »

- Justin Chang

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