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Boob on the Tube: Top Ten Worst Movie Adaptations of TV Shows

26 February 2015 11:42 PM, PST | SoundOnSight | See recent SoundOnSight news »

Some of the greatest (or at least heavily favored) American television shows got the big screen treatment when they were selected to have their small screen following turn into a cinematic experience. Unfortunately, for every beloved nostalgic television show that translated successfully in movie theaters (The Brady Bunch MovieStar Trek, Batman, etc.) there are boob tube stinkers that overtake the good crop. Sure, there are middle-of-the-road movie adaptations of television programs that have a mixed bag reception (1997’s Leave It To Beaver, 1987’s Dragnet, 2012’s Dark Shadows, etc.). Nevertheless, it is always the unflattering fare that receive the bulk of the attention (do you register, 1999’s The Wild, Wild West ?).

In Boob on the Tube: Top Ten Worst Movie Adaptations of TV Shows we will take a look at the top ten televised offenders that dared to venture into cinema’s stratosphere only to end up floating down shamefully »

- Frank Ochieng

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Sure, Jan: 10 underrated moments of brilliance from 'The Brady Bunch Movie'

26 February 2015 4:20 PM, PST | Hitfix | See recent Hitfix news »

If you're like me, you spend at least an hour a month wondering why the 1995 gem "The Brady Bunch Movie" isn't quite as revered as "The Addams Family" and "Addams Family Values," two similarly fantastic and inventive updates of a '60s sitcom. Maybe it's that the image of the original Brady Bunch is so indelible; Florence Henderson and her crew of perky suburbanites will forever be the prevailing version of that clan thanks to syndication. (The original "Addams Family," meanwhile, has snapped its way into obscurity.) Another major factor at play: "The Brady Bunch Movie" is damn dark. Not that "The Addams Family" isn't, but that movie drolly exalts its original characters. The Bradys undergo a serious evisceration in their '90s satire, and it takes serious viewing and re-viewing to discover how their weirdness is celebrated.  But whatever the reason, we've had "The Brady Bunch Movie" in our lives for 20 years. »

- Louis Virtel

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Let’s Meet the Actors Who Voiced Our Favorite Disney Princes and Princesses

20 February 2015 7:00 AM, PST | VH1.com | See recent VH1.com news »

As we get older, certain knowledge vacates our brains like cereal pouring out of a box. I can’t remember any formulas from geometry class and I’m not 100-percent certain of my own state bird, but, dammit, I know my Disney characters. We all do. But do we really? We know every word from “Part of Your World” and “Hakuna Matata,” but do we know the performers behind the doe-eyed animated stars? Now, you can say you do. We all know the big stars, like that Mandy Moore was Rapunzel in Tangled or that Idina Menzel and Kristen Bell star in Frozen, but that’s just the tip of the Disney iceberg. Let’s take a peek behind the cartoon curtain and check out the real performers who brought our favorite Disney characters to life.

Ariel, The Little Mermaid

While her appearance is modeled after none other than Alyssa Milano, »

- Courtney Enlow

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Chris Messina Reveals New Film's 'Mindy Project' Connection — Plus, Check Out the 'Alex of Venice' Poster

19 February 2015 11:11 AM, PST | Entertainment Tonight | See recent Entertainment Tonight news »

Chris Messina is no stranger to being in front of the camera -- he plays the curmudgable Danny Castellano on Fox’s The Mindy Project and has starred in The Newsroom, Argo, and Julie & Julia -- but for the first time, he’s stepping behind the camera. And it’s been a long time coming.

“I had wanted to direct for a while,” Messina told ETonline. “And I was kind of talking about it for a while. I was scared to do it, and I couldn’t ever find the right project.” Then came Alex of Venice.

The movie stars Mary Elizabeth Winstead (Smashed, The Spectacular Now) as the titular Alex, a workaholic environmental attorney who must learn to balance work life and familial duties to her ailing father and introverted son after her husband (played by Messina) unexpectedly leaves.

Here’s the exclusive debut of the movie’s poster:

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Chris Messina Reveals New Movie's 'Mindy Project' Connection — Plus, Check Out the 'Alex of Venice' Poster

19 February 2015 11:11 AM, PST | Entertainment Tonight | See recent Entertainment Tonight news »

Chris Messina is no stranger to being in front of the camera -- he plays the curmudgable Danny Castellano on Fox’s The Mindy Project and has starred in The Newsroom, Argo, and Julie & Julia -- but for the first time, he’s stepping behind the camera. And it’s been a long time coming.

“I had wanted to direct for a while,” Messina told ETonline. “And I was kind of talking about it for a while. I was scared to do it, and I couldn’t ever find the right project.” Then he found Alex of Venice.

The movie stars Mary Elizabeth Winstead as the titular Alex, a workaholic environmental attorney who must learn to balance her work life and her familial duties to her ailing father and introverted son after her husband (played by Messina) unexpectedly leaves.

Here’s the exclusive debut of the movie’s poster:

Electric City Entertainment

News: Chris Messina gives us scoop »

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Flashback: Molly Ringwald Was Worried She Wasn't Pretty Enough for 'The Breakfast Club'

18 February 2015 3:15 PM, PST | Entertainment Tonight | See recent Entertainment Tonight news »

It's hard to believe but it's been 30 years since we spent Saturday detention with a princess, a criminal, a basket case, a jock and a brain.

The Breakfast Club first premiered in theaters in 1985 and Et was on the set of the John Hughes flick, years before it became the American teen classic it is today.

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The film, about five high schoolers gathered on Saturday for a detention session, starred Judd Nelson (John Bender), Emilio Estevez (Andrew Clark), Anthony Michael Hall (Brian Johnson), Ally Sheedy (Allison Reynolds), and Molly Ringwald (Claire Standish), who admitted to Et in 1985 that she didn't feel right for the part of the princess because she was so different from her.

"Am I pretty enough to do this [role]?" Ringwald said. "That was my biggest worry and I'm not what you would call the conventional beauty, at least I don't feel that way. But you know »

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Flashback: 'The Brady Bunch Movie' Turns 20! On Set With the Grooviest Cast of '94

17 February 2015 6:09 PM, PST | Entertainment Tonight | See recent Entertainment Tonight news »

The Brady Bunch Movie turns 20!

Grab your potato sacks, because we're racing back to 1994 when Et was on set with the groovy cast.

"We have to take ourselves very lightly and laugh a lot at how silly we feel in wearing clothes that haven't been worn for 20 years," said Shelley Long, who plays matriarch Carol Brady in the movie.

"They're incorporating about five or six key, very memorable Brady episodes -- one of which Marcia gets hit in the nose with a football," Christine Taylor, who plays Marcia, told Et on set.

And it wouldn't be Brady a film without an epic dance number, but the cast wasn’t too fond of their colorful outfits.

Flashback: 'Friends' Turns 20! Go Behind The Scenes with Cast in 1994

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"We've been counting down the days until the last day we have to wear them," said Jennifer Elise Cox, who plays Jan. "Today's our last day, yay!"

But »

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"The Brady Bunch" Movie Turns 20 -- What Does Cindy Look Like Now?

17 February 2015 10:30 AM, PST | TooFab | See recent TooFab news »

Here's the story, of a lovely lady ... who starred in "The Brady Bunch Movie" back in 1995! February 17th marks the 20th anniversary of the still-hilarious film adaptation starring Shelley Long, Christine Taylor and even featured a cameo from RuPaul as a guidance counselor. The flick transported the series' vintage clothes, throwback songs and feel-good attitude to the '90s, where the Bradys often clashed with the modern world. To celebrate the anniversary, we tracked down little Cindy Brady herself, actress Olivia Hack. Now 31, Hack considers the flick a perfect "time capsule" of her life at the time.  "I feel so old, I can't believe it's been 20 years," Olivia tells toofab's Brian Particelli. "It's a trip to watch it back, we had a really good time! I don't sit back and watch [the movie and its sequel] all the time, but when they're on TV, you remember a certain day that you shot this. It's forever, »

- tooFab Staff

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The Definitive Movies of 1995

30 January 2015 8:01 PM, PST | SoundOnSight | See recent SoundOnSight news »

40. Empire Records

Directed by: Allan Moyle

Ah, the coming-of-age story. There was no sub-genre more hijacked for a quick buck in the 1990′s. In between the good ones (“Dazed and Confused,” “Boyz in the Hood”), the cheesy ones (“She’s All That,” “She Drives Me Crazy”), and the under-appreciated ones (“The Man in the Moon,” “Angus”), there were the middling ones that, if anything, boasted a cast that would go on to bigger, better things. Enter “Empire Records,” which is not only a coming-of-age story, but one that takes place at a record store, no less. Talk about the double dip. The entire film takes place over the course of one day, focusing on the employees, played by Anthony Lapaglia, Ethan Embry, Renee Zellweger, Rory Cochrane, and Liv Tyler. The independent record store is in Delaware – the hot spot of American music – and sees Joe (Lapaglia) allowing night manager Lucas »

- Joshua Gaul

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What Does the Actress Who Played Jan Think of Her Brady Bunch Movie Meme?

23 January 2015 1:46 PM, PST | E! Online | See recent E! Online news »

Let's just take a moment to #flashbackfriday and think about the genius that was The Brady Bunch Movie and its even better follow up, A Very Brady Sequel. Well, in the ultimate example of what the Internet does best, people have rediscovered the brilliance of the movie and Jan's middle-child syndrome misery. "Marcia Marcia Marcia!" was the name of the game, and poor Jan just couldn't live up to her perfect sister's (Christine Taylor) life, except when it came to boyfriends. Who could forget when Jan spilled that she was dating non-existent George Glass, a figment of her imagination and a glass of Tropicana orange juice? No one could forget, and now the Internet has come back strong by making a »

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What the Actress Who Played Jan Thinks of Her Brady Bunch Movie Meme

23 January 2015 7:20 AM, PST | Vulture | See recent Vulture news »

If you're not clued in, the month of January has truly been about Jan ... Jan Brady, that is, as seen in The Brady Bunch Movie and its sequel, A Very Brady Sequel. Played by actress Jennifer Elise Cox with a perfectly demented twist, Jan 2.0 is a psychotic play on middle-child syndrome. No surprise, 20 years later thanks to the teens and Netflix, she's been turned into a meme. (If this is the first you're hearing about this, read up!) Naturally, we had to chat with Cox (who stars in the "very Jan Brady" film Out West this year) about the meme she's helped inspire, playing the middle Brady child, and what it's like to have teenagers tweet "Sure, Jan" at you en masse.  So I assume you’ve seen the meme you inspired. I noticed it by all these people connected to me on Twitter saying, "Sure, Jan." And I was »

- Lindsey Weber

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