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Movieweb's 2013 DVD / Blu-ray Holiday Gift Guide!

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Movieweb's 2013 DVD / Blu-ray Holiday Gift Guide!
Don't fall victim to another Black Friday massacre! Going out the day after Thanksgiving might yield some amazing deals for your pocket book. But you can likely find similar items online for the same price. Is getting your old Aunt Joyce the last crumpled copy of 2 Broke Girls: The Complete Second Season DVD really worth having your kidneys stomped past your teeth and out of your mouth, where they will become a permanent part of the local Wal-Mart floor? You don't need that hassle. We understand you have a lot of folks to shop for, and everyone loves a movie! So, check out our Ultimate Holiday Gift Guide for 2013, where we're sure to end the pain and suffering of figuring out what to get that extended family member or friend. We've thought of everyone! Be sure to browse through our extensive list, and we guarantee you'll find something for
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'L.A. Law's' Michael Tucker and Jill Eikenberry still asked about the 'Venus Butterfly'

Jill Eikenberry and Michael Tucker continue to prove the adage "The couple that plays together stays together."

The married performers who starred as attorneys and spouses Ann Kelsey and Stuart Markowitz on the 1986-94 NBC series "L.A. Law" often keep their work intertwined, as they demonstrated again Saturday (April 28) at Crandall Public Library in Glens Falls, N.Y. They recorded short-story readings for the National Public Radio program "Selected Shorts," and they'll act together again in the new play "Brace Yourself" in August at the Berkshire (Mass.) Theatre Festival.

"It's been a very nice career, and we've had a great time," Tucker tells Zap2it. "And we've been involved with some great people. 'Arthur' (in which Eikenberry played Dudley Moore's high-society fiancee) is a classic, and so is 'Diner.'" The latter movie -- which featured Tucker -- was directed by fellow Baltimore native Barry Levinson,
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DVD Playhouse--November 2011

DVD Playhouse—November 2011

By Allen Gardner

Tree Of Life (20th Century Fox) Terrence Malick’s latest effort is both the best film of 2011 and the finest work of his (arguably) mixed, but often masterly canon. A series of vignettes, mostly set in 1950s Texas, capture the memory of a man (Sean Penn) in present-day New York who looks back on his life, and his parents’ (Brad Pitt, Jessica Chastain) troubled marriage, when word of his younger brother’s suicide reaches him. Almost indescribable beyond that, except to say no other film in history so perfectly evokes the magic and mystery of the human memory, which both crystalizes (and sometimes idealizes) the past. Like Stanley Kubrick’s 2001, this is a challenging, polarizing work that you must let wash over you. If you go along for the ride, you’re in for a unique, rewarding cinematic experience. Also available on Blu-ray disc.
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The Ultimate List of Films for Carmageddon!

Stay off the streets and stay in with a movie…that takes to the streets.

Los Angelenos are aflutter with impending chaos. And, if you don’t live in Los Angeles, you probably don’t understand. (I live here and I’m not sure I fully understand.) But this weekend (July 15-17), the City of Los Angeles has gotten it in its mind to shut down the 405 Freeway, one of the central lifelines for the (frankly absurd) amount of traffic that hits Los Angeles on a daily basis. This means that, functionally, no one’s going anywhere this weekend and the entire West side of Los Angeles is going to be choked off by the cold, unrelenting hands of the Los Angeles Dot.

Naturally, this has become a bit of a cultural meme (surely confusing anyone who doesn’t live in Los Angeles) dubbed by internet pun genii as “Carmageddon.
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Comic-Con Movie and TV Panels Full Schedule

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Just in case you’ve never seen any of the shaky handheld video on YouTube and need a quick explanation: TV and movie panels at Comic-Con take place in ballrooms at the convention center, and stars and directors and showrunners show clips of their project and take questions from the audience. It is So. Much. Fun. This is a very brief summary of all of the show and movie panels currently scheduled to be at the 2011 Comic-Con.

There is a boatload of information available about each of these panels – and about everything other panel that will be there – if you go to the main site. Check out the full schedule, which is now downloadable as a Pdf, and see all of the amazing panels being offered, from comic book authors and artists to game previews to costuming to a celebration of Harry Potter fandom, and you’ll see the agony
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Sdcc 2011: Friday Comic-Con Schedule

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Sdcc 2011: Friday Comic-Con Schedule
San Diego Comic-Con has released its full schedule for Friday. We have pulled out all of the movie, TV, and DVD-related activities for both nights below. If you want the full schedule with all the comic-book related activities, you can clickHere

Friday, July 23

10:00-11:00 Lego Star Wars

A behind-the-brick look with the Lego Star Wars team at how the epic Star Wars story comes together with the creativity and imagination of the Lego brand. Additionally, be among the first to hear about a special Lego Star Wars entertainment event, and meet Emmy award-winning writer Michael Price. Also includes Q&A time. Room 7Ab

10:00-11:00 Torchwood: Miracle Day

John Barrowman (Doctor Who) and Eve Myles (Doctor Who) join cast members Mekhi Phifer, Bill Pullman (Independence Day), Alexa Havins (All My Children), and Lauren Ambrose (Six Feet Under), along with writer Jane Espenson (Battlestar Galactica), to discuss the
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I Hope They Serve Beer in Hell - 4 Redband clips!

"I Hope They Serve Beer in Hell" has four new redband (restricted) clips available. The comedy stars Traci Lords, Jesse Bradford, Matt Czuchry, Keri Lynn Pratt , Geoff Stults, Marika Dominczyk and Meagen Fay. The film came out on September 25th via Freestyle Releasing. "I Hope They Serve Beer in Hell" –based on the shocking, ridiculous and hilarious real life adventures of Tucker Max–is the story of an impromptu bachelor party gone horribly awry thanks to a midget, a fat girl, a gaggle of strippers, an overly destructive public intoxication ordinance, and the consequence of Tucker’s unflinching narcissism. A tireless and charismatic novelty seeker, Tucker (Matt Czuchry) tricks his buddy Dan (Geoff Stults) into lying to his fiancée Kristy (Keri Lynn Pratt), so they can go to an legendary strip club three and a half hours away to celebrate Dan’s last days of bachelorhood in proper style. Tucker
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'I Hope They Serve Beer in Hell' - Red Band and Green Band trailers as well as clips.

See trailers as well as clips from Freestyle Releasing's "I Hope They Serve Beer in Hell" comedy starring Traci Lords, Jesse Bradford, Matt Czuchry, Keri Lynn Pratt, Geoff Stults, Marika Dominczyk and Meagen Fay. "I Hope They Serve Beer in Hell" – based on the shocking, ridiculous and hilarious real life adventures of Tucker Max, is the story of an impromptu bachelor party gone horribly awry thanks to a midget, a fat girl, a gaggle of strippers, an overly destructive public intoxication ordinance, and the consequence of Tucker’s unflinching narcissism.
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The Ten Best and Five Worst Films of 2009 (So Far)

2009's Ten Best and Five Worst Films (So Far) We're technically over halfway through 2009, but a disproportionately large number of great films tend to spring up in the latter months of the year, so let's call it halfway for the sake of our collective sanity. It hasn't been a terrific year for filmgoing so far this year, but there have been enough films worth celebrating to justify a roundup. Keep in mind that these rankings are tentative - they're largely based on single viewings, and my estimates of their relative worth may vary over the course of the year. My principal question when ranking new film is: "which films am I most eager to watch again?" With that in mind, my top ten films of the year so far, in descending order: 10. Star Trek (Podcast review) [1] listen now [2] If someone had told you back in January that the summer of
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Gay roles by straight actors we could've lived without

*Note: This list originally ran on July 9th, 2007

For a straight actor to successfully play a gay character is not as easy as one might think. Not everyone can pull a Heath Ledger in Brokeback Mountain, a River Phoenix in Private Idaho, or even a Robin Williams in The Birdcage. When I see a movie about gays with a straight lead and director and it fails, I often wonder how the voice would have been different with a gay director or gay actor. Would Cruising be the same film if the director were gay? Here are just a few gay characters played by straight actors that we all could’ve lived without.

Will Smith in Six Degrees of Separation

Will Smith wasn't a terrible actor in the 1993 film Six Degrees of Separation; however, it was obvious he was a little green for the role. Smith played the role of Paul,
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Suspension for MSNBC's Shuster

Suspension for MSNBC's Shuster
NEW YORK -- MSNBC correspondent David Shuster will serve a two-week suspension for comments that angered the Hillary Clinton presidential campaign.

NBC News President Steve Capus confirmed on Thursday that Shuster will be back to work on Feb. 22. The suspension began last week when Shuster, filling in as guest host of Tucker, wondered aloud whether Chelsea Clinton was being "pimped out" by the campaign.

Shuster and NBC News apologized over the air and personally to the Clinton campaign and to Chelsea Clinton. It didn't stop a firestorm of criticism against MSNBC, which has been seen in some quarters as being anti-Clinton. MSNBC host Chris Matthews has been criticized by the Clinton campaign.

On Wednesday, Clinton confirmed that she would participate in a Feb. 26 debate in Ohio that she had already said she would attend but threw into doubt because of the campaign's anger at MSNBC.

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