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We hope your next 29 years will be even better than the first!
Britney Spears, your rise to stardom began at a young age when you were cast on Disney’s Mickey Mouse Club. You were surrounded by talent with future stars like your ex-bf Justin Timberlake, Christina Aguilera, and Keri Russell. You went on to bigger and better things as a pop star when you released “…Baby One More Time,” which became an instant sensation!
You continued through the years as a mega-star, putting out one hit after another like “Oops… I Did It Again,” “You Drive Me Crazy” and “Slave 4 U.” You even collaborated with your icon, Madonna!
But things kind of unraveled from there… With a 55-hour marriage to longtime friend Jason Alexander, your reality show Britney & Kevin: Chaotic with back-up dancer and ex-husband Kevin Federline, things just began to unravel. Your career came to a halt while »
- Jennifer Murray
Courtesy of 20th Century Fox.
Marmaduke, based off the comic, is brought to the masses in movie form for the summer blockbuster season. If it's family friendly entertainment, then it must be 20th Century Fox distributing. The studio is mentioned because their last few releases, save for Avatar, has revolved around the fam-friendly genre. Majority of the flicks have very little effort put into them yet they make bank at the box office. Still wondering how Tooth Fairy found its way to $50 million domestically.
As I stated in my 2010 summer preview, whatever family flick 20th Century Fox throws out, people will see it. For once this reviewer can rationalize Marmaduke digging up success at the theater. Although far from perfect, it manages to obey the criteria on how to make these genre flicks work. Been awhile since the studio didn't put me through 85 minutes of pain.
Phil Winslow (Lee Pace »
Over the past year or so, Twilight scenes have made their way onto "best of" lists across the board.
Most notable is the Twilight car crash scene which was chosen as the fourth best movie moment of the last decade as well as one of the top most romantic movie moments.
About the luscious sequence, Seventeen says:
Also making Seventeen's cut are scenes from Prom Night, High School Musical 3, Never Been Kissed, Saved By The Bell, 10 Things I Hate About You, Dawson's Creek, Drive Me Crazy, Romy And Michele's High School Reunion, Footloose, Carrie, Mean Girls, Pretty In Pink, and others. Quite the eclectic m »
3 items from 2010
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