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A Look Back At: The Reef (2010)

10 June 2014 11:55 AM, PDT | | See recent Icons of Fright news »

Author’s Note: Dedicated to my editor, Jerry Smith. A fellow sufferer of Selachophobia and all around Thalassophobe.  This one is for you.

The Reef presents quite the conundrum when contemplating  how much praise to heep upon it.  Here we have what is essentially an Open Water ripoff (or send up or homage, you choose) by Australian director / screenwriter Andrew Traucki. Traucki is the man responsible for 2007′s Black Water (and the upcoming The Jungle), itself inspired by Open Water. Concluding, The Reef rips off Open Water and its own director’s Black Water, itself a ripoff of Open Water (of which all three films are allegedly based on true stories). Still with me? Hence the conundrum. Do I reward a film with considerable amounts of accolades when it so blatantly cannibalizes another film, not to mention the same director’s previous film? Well as it turns out, when the »

- Justin Lafleur

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Lord Almighty: The 5 Best Depictions of God in Movies

23 April 2014 8:00 AM, PDT | | See recent FilmSchoolRejects news »

Once, in the 90s, it was told unto us that God was one of us, just a slob like one of us, trying to make his way home. The all knowing, all seeing, all feeling creator of everything and anything in the universe could take on many forms, and he typically has throughout the many channels of pop culture. But it’s hard to find a good version of God in movies – for good reason. It’s a part that many might not want to take; God is, after all, the ultimate role. It doesn’t get much bigger than that. How do you embody a deity, the most important figure in a vast amount of people’s lives, and a part they’ve already casted in their minds while daydreaming in church pews from an early age? You get around it, and you get creative. Sometimes, you don’t even have to be on screen. Just pray »

- Samantha Wilson

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Tiffani Thiessen Turns 40 -- See More Ladies of the '90s!

23 January 2014 1:30 PM, PST | TooFab | See recent TooFab news »

Kelly Kapowski is all grown up! Tiffani Thiessen, who's celebrating her 40th birthday today, is still the spitting image of the bubbly cheerleader from "Saved By the Bell." The brunette beauty caught her big break at the age of 15, landing the life-changing role on the hit NBC series. After starring on the high school sitcom from 1989-1994, Tiffani went on to play Valerie Malone on "90210" from 1994-2000 and currently stars on "White Collar" as Elizabeth Burke.  In 2005, she started her own production company, Tit 4 Tat Productions. The company's first project was also Thiessen's directorial debut: a short film called, "Just Pray."The actress is now happily married to Brady Smith and has a beautiful 3-year-old daughter named Harper.Tiffani wasn't the only star to steal the hearts of teenage boys in the '90s -- click "Launch Gallery" above to see her "Saved By the Bell" costar Elizabeth Berkley, along with Jessica Biel, »

- tooFab Staff

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