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Review: Why tonight's 'X-Files' made the whole revival worthwhile

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Review: Why tonight's 'X-Files' made the whole revival worthwhile
A review of tonight's The X-Files coming up just as soon as the internet isn't good for me... "It's silly." -Mulder "Life's hopeless. A few fleeting moments of happiness surrounded by crushing loss and grief. Why bother?" -Guy Mann From the moment I learned that Darin Morgan would be writing a new script(*) for this X-Files revival, my attitude was, "Even if the rest of it's terrible... dayenu." I hated the premiere and had mixed feelings about last week's episode, but Morgan's "Mulder & Scully Meet the Were-Monster" lived up to every wish and hope I had for it. (*) New-ish, anyway. This was actually a modified version of "The M Word," an unproduced episode Morgan wrote for Frank Spotnitz's short-lived Night Stalker remake (and note that Guy Mann's wardrobe resembles what Kolchak wore on the original series). You can read "The M Word" script here, if you're curious
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Little Women: La Quiz

Which cast member of Little Women: La are you? Each of the beautiful ladies on Little Women: La is diverse and distinct. Whenever they get together it turns into be a loud, laughing group where a difference of opinions is bound to bring some drama. Which of the lively ladies are you? Take our quiz and find out! Watch Little Women: La Tuesdays on Lifetime. Like Little Women: La? Check out recaps! Episode 1: “The M Word” Like Me? Follow Me on Twitter @ChannelGuideKF

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'Veronica Mars', 'Sabotage', 'About Last Night' and More In Today's MPAA Ratings

Busy little update today including a pair of comedy's in the Nick Frost-led Cuban Fury and Kevin Hart's next comedy About Last Night, both of which scored R ratings. Then there's the Alex Pettyfer and Gabriella Wilde remake of Endless Love, the young adult adaptation Vampire Academy and Veronica Mars: The Movie, all of which, yup, received PG-13 ratings. Rounding out the bulletin is David Ayer's loose adaptation of Agatha Christie's "Ten Little Indians", Sabotage starring Arnold Schwarzenegger and the horror film Afflicted, which I caught in Toronto last year (read my review here). The complete bulletin is directly below. About Last Night Rated R For sexual content, language and brief drug use. Release Date: February 14, 2014 Afflicted Rated R For disturbing bloody violence, and language. Release Date: Tba 2014 Alan Partridge Rated R For language, brief violence and nudity. Almost Home Rated G Boys Of Abu Ghraib
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Parenthood, Ep. 5.06, “The M Word” deftly balances recurring arcs

Parenthood, Season 5, Episode 6, “The M Word

Written by Julia Brownell

Directed by James Ponsoldt

Airs Thursdays at 10pm Est on NBC

This week, on Parenthood: Crosby gets ready for corduroys, Zeek builds a fire pit, and Julia contemplates greener pastures

With so much going on this season on Parenthood, several of the arcs the writers have introduced have been allowed to simmer on the back burner for a few weeks while we focused on the continuing saga of Amber’s wedding, Max’s photographic exploits, and Victor’s reading comprehension. This week, these elements return in a big way, with Kristina in full debate-prep mode and the whole family canvasing for her, Ed popping up to tease problems at home with Julia and Joel, and Crosby struggling to hold on to a shred of his pre-baby life. These threads are balanced with the continuing Amber/Sarah conflict and Camille
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Tanna Frederick: ‘M Word’ Feature Dramedy Hits New Menopause Territory

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Times have So changed from that “very special episode” of “The Waltons,” when Mama was acting a mite peculiar on account of the change of life. Production has just wrapped on Henry Jaglom’s feature dramedy “The M Word” — and star Tanna Frederick says, “It will be like our first step on the moon of menopause stories. It deals with everything having to do with our ovaries and then some. M is formenopause, menses and men.”

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Tanna Frederick: ‘M Word’ Feature Dramedy Hits New Menopause Territory

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HollywoodNews.com: Times have So changed from that “very special episode” of “The Waltons,” when Mama was acting a mite peculiar on account of the change of life. Production has just wrapped on Henry Jaglom’s feature dramedy “The M Word” — and star Tanna Frederick says, “It will be like our first step on the moon of menopause stories. It deals with everything having to do with our ovaries and then some. M is for menopause, menses and men.”

Frances Fisher plays her mother who moves in with her after her mate (Gregory Harrison) is caught cheating. Two aunts (Mary Crosby, Eliza Fisher) move into Tanna’s character’s two-bedroom apartment as well

“Henry is not commenting on menopause, he’s taking you along for a ride,” she says of the director with whom she made “Hollywood Dreams” and other films, who is known for his improvisational work with actors.
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Corey Feldman to Headline The M Word

Corey Feldman to Headline The M Word
Beloved cult icon Corey Feldman is returning to the big screen in his first lead role in a Us release in over fifteen years. The actor will headline the romantic comedy The M Word, from acclaimed director Henry Jaglom.

Full story details have not yet been released, but the film will deal with the ultimate taboo subject amongst sophisticated woman of a refined age. It is not clear whom Corey Feldman will be playing in The M Word, but it is known that he will be appearing opposite Michael Imperioli, Tanna Frederick, Gregory Harrison, and Frances Fisher.

This is what Corey Feldman had to say about the upcoming project.

"For the first time in nearly 15 years I will have a lead role in an American Theatrical release! There would have been a time when I would have been embarrassed to say those words, as it would have shown a sign of weakness,
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