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Blu-ray Review: 'Touchy Feely'

December 12th, 2013 10:09am EST
Touchy Feely
Ready to get in touch with your with your healing powers?  The follow us as we check out the chi within the new to Blu-ray flick "Touchy Feely" out now from Magnolia Home Entertainment.  We review the bodily benefits below!

 

   

   

   Title: "Touchy Feely"

   Grade: 2

   Cast: Rosemarie Dewitt, Josh Pais, Scoot McNairy

   Director: Lynn Shelton

   Rating: R

   Runtime: 88 minutes

   Release Company: Magnolia Home Entertainment

   Website: www.magpictures.com/touchyfeely

 

The Flick: "Touchy Feely" has all the right tools for a successful flick like a notable cast, i...
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Ron Livingston And Rosemarie Dewitt Set To Become Parents

August 1st, 2012 11:25pm EDT
Ron Livingston And Rosemarie Dewitt
Movie couple Ron Livingston and Rosemarie DeWitt are reportedly set to become first-time parents.

The Rachel Getting Married star is pregnant with the pair's baby.

A friend of the couple tells Life & Style magazine, "Everything is going really well, and Rosemarie has been telling friends she's super excited to become a mom."

The couple met and fell in love on the set of TV series Standoff in 2006. They married in November, 2009.

The pair is currently shooting the film Touchy Feely together.
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'The United States Of Tara’s' Season And Show Finale ‘Best Parts’

June 21st, 2011 11:45pm EDT
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I am so going to miss The United States of Tara, and the finale exemplified many of the reasons why this show should have been renewed. The acting is superb, the characters well realized, and the comedy/drama fine line walked so exquisitely that the viewer truly doesn’t know whether to laugh or cry.

The season and show finale, “Best Parts,” began where the last episode ended – as Tara leaped from a bridge into the water below. Quick cut to Tara in an abandoned cellar, dunking alter Bryce headfirst into a vat of murky water. Between water-boarding dips, Tara tells Bryce that she deserves be...
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'The United States of Tara' Hits 'Crunchy Ice' Recap June 13

June 14th, 2011 10:25am EDT
United States Of Tara
It’s a new day. Neil and Charmaine share breakfast in bed, Kate and Evan bond with his son, Monty and at Grandma Sandy’s Christmas filled home, Marshall tries to handle his grief over Lionel’s death. At the Gregson home, Bryce has taken over Marshall’s room. In the kitchen, Max discovers Tara alter Buck hiding below the counter. Buck wants a beer and a word. He’s come to say goodbye. He’s convinced he’s alter Bryce’s next victim, and he has instructions for the disposal of his ashes. There doesn’t seem to be anything the alters can do – Bryce is decimating them one by one. And no one knows ...
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It's A 'Train Wreck' On 'The United States Of Tara' June 7 Recap

June 13th, 2011 1:46pm EDT
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Charmaine and Kate ask Tara why she hasn’t told Max about her new alter, Bryce. Bryce may be only 14, but he’s a homicidal maniac who’s been killing off the other alters, and tried to kill Dr. Hattaras through his allergy to seafood. Tara’s packed up all traces of Bryce, including the clothing of the ‘murdered’ alters, while taking heavy doses of her medication. Since Bryce has been forcing Tara to throw up the pills she’s swallowed, Tara is now snorting her meds. She doesn’t want to spoil Max’s trip, and has decided she’ll wait for his return, and his help in dealing with Bryce.

Kate fill...
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Ben Affleck Stars In 'The Company Men,' Out On Blu-ray & DVD Now (Win A Copy!)

June 11th, 2011 8:02am EDT
The Company Men
In The Company Men, Bobby Walker (Ben Affleck) is living the American Dream, until he is stunned to find himself the latest casualty of corporate downsizing. Suddenly, Bobby - along with his co-workers Phil Woodward (Chris Cooper) and Gene McClary (Tommy Lee Jones) - is forced to re-evaluate his self-worth as a husband, as a father, and as a man. For as long as he can remember, he's given his life to his job. Now, with only the love of his wife and family, it's time to take his life back.

With humor, pathos, and keen observation, writer-director John Wells introduces us to the new reali...
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Check Out 'The Company Men' On DVD & Blu-ray June 7

June 4th, 2011 7:28am EDT
Company Men
A high-powered sales executive struggles with his own dwindling sense of self-worth after becoming a victim to corporate downsizing in "The Company Men."

Bobby Walker (Ben Affleck) has a big house, a new Porsche, a beautiful wife, and two adoring kids. When he's not in the office, he can usually be found on the golf course, perfecting his game or clinching an important business deal.

But when the axe falls, Bobby and his colleagues Phil (Chris Cooper) and Gene (Tommy Lee Jones) find their necks on the chopping block, and their futures looking bleak. In order to stay afloat, Bobby relucta...
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'United States of Tara' The Electrifying & Magnanimous Return of Beaverlamp

May 11th, 2011 1:14pm EDT
United States of Tara
In the dark night, we see a middle aged man walking across a roof top, with a kite tail attached to his ankle. Suddenly, he jumps off the edge.

In Tara’s kitchen, Tara is waxing eloquently about the benefits of yoga, while cooking a huge steak. We catch up on everyone’s week. Kate continues to pursue Evan, the frequent flyer still immune to her charms, Charmaine wonders how to handle the baby on her own, with Neil away, before remembering that she’s left said baby on its own, and Marshall is struggling with his film project. Max is in a great mood. His birthday is coming, he has a job tha...
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'United States Of Tara' - The Road To Hell Is Paved With Breast Intentions May 2

May 3rd, 2011 1:01pm EDT
United States of Tara
Tara, working outside, is bedevilled by a cawing crow. She transitions into Buck, who shoots the crow, then back into herself as Tara. While telling Dr Hatteras about the incident, she says that she thinks the contract they’ve made is really working out. He’s more concerned with what Tara is not telling him, like how she’s dealing with Max. She claims they’ve talking about his worries, but Hatteras says having sex instead of talking is not dealing with a problem. He’s concerned that she has settled for things being ‘fine.’

Max is not happy with his new job at OrgaLawn, and the tricks they ...
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Recap: 'United States of Tara' 'Dr Hatteras' Miracle Elixir' April 27, 2011

April 28th, 2011 11:25am EDT
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Tara wants to drop her Abnormal Psychology class with Dr Hatteras, embarrassed by her performance during the test, in which all her personalities emerged. He refuses to let her drop the course, completely intrigued with the contract papers on which her personalities wrote. He’s obsessed with her condition, and wants to write a paper that will free him from his job at the college. She protests that she’s not a lab rat for him to study. He gives her a book he’s written about a patient he has helped, and tells her to read it.

At Orgalawn, Max is buried under paperwork. His boss, Larry, invite...
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'United States Of Tara' - Season 3 Episode 4 - Wheels Recap

April 19th, 2011 7:39pm EDT
The United States of Tara
Charmaine is being rushed to the hospital by ambulance, as Tara tries to provide comfort. She runs through a litany of Tara’s sins, including the wedding disturbance, and tells the staff at the hospital to keep the ‘crazy’ away from her and the baby. Of course, given her verbal diarrhoea in the ambulance, it’s debatable who the crazy is.

Speaking of crazy, let’s join Kate at the airport. She’s downloading her entire brain onto Ray, a baggage attendant, as she waits for her bags to reappear. Ray seems taken with Kate. Kate hangs out at the airport, waiting for her missing bag. Along comes o...
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'The United States Of Tara' The Full F.. You Finger Recap

April 15th, 2011 8:50am EDT
United States of Tara
Clearly Max and his mother are not close. When he calls to tell her he needs her signature to sell the family business, we find out she has psychological issues of her own, and is not fond of Tara. Tara’s got other issues, though, because she’s trying to organize Charmaine’s slightly pornographic baby shower – without very many guests. Plus, she’s about to be minus one child, as 19 year old Kate is leaving for Japan in the morning, to teach English as a second language.

The darling daughter is secretly planning an early getaway before mother, father, brother or aunt are awake, and she’s wr...
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'The United States Of Tara' Is CrackerJack! Re-Cap April 1, 2011

April 5th, 2011 7:04am EDT
The United States of Tara
Tara’s first day back at college dawns, and Marshall is filming the events for posterity. Neil, asleep on the couch, wakes up to Charmaine’s demands for breakfast.

Neighbor Ted accompanies Tara to the campus, where they both see that they are much older than the average student. Tara’s first class, Abnormal Psychology with Professor Hatteras, has her nervous. As she enters the lecture hall, she transitions seamlessly into alter Dr Shoshonna Schomberg, who of course walks straight to the teacher’s desk to deliver the day’s lesson. She introduces herself as Prof Hatteras’ substitute while he...
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'United States Of Tara' Season 3 Advance Review

March 31st, 2011 7:02am EDT
United States of Tara
Along with Nurse Jackie, United States of Tara started its third season on Showtime Monday night. So how does season three look? Certainly like one of the more unique shows on television.

Confession time: I have never seen Juno. The only reason I know who Diablo Cody is, is because of all the publicity that surrounded that movie. I'd never seen this show either until now. So for me, United States of Tara was a big blank slate without any expectations or preconceived notions. Now, I can say that I wouldn't necessarily call it appointment television, but I am considerably impressed with...
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'The United States Of Tara' Season 3 Premiere - Recap

March 29th, 2011 12:22pm EDT
John Corbett as Max and Toni Collette as Tara in United States o
Season Three’s opener ‘youwillnotwin’ reintroduces us to the Gregson’s, a typical American family, as long as the typical American family’s 2.5 kids has a .5 component of multiple altered personalities. Well, it’s really the mom that has the alters, but you get the drift.

These alters include Alice, the 50’s housewife, T, the out of control teen, Chicken, Tara’s 5 year old self, Buck, the male redneck biker, and Shoshanna, the therapist. They haven’t been seen in months, or so Tara believes. Tara’s son, Neil, is in the midst of his first real love affair with Lionel, while her daughter, K...
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Review: 'Two Jews On Film' Don't Want To Keep Company With 'The Company Men' (Video)

December 6th, 2010 10:24am EST
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The year is 2008 and the U.S. along with rest of the world is on the brink of financial ruin. 'The Company Men' written and director by John Wells (ER, The West Wing) shows what happens when the 'American Dream' turns into a nightmare. We follow three men...Bobby Walker (Ben Affleck) a hot shot sales executive at GTX. He has a huge mortgage, two kids and a pretty wife (Rosemarie DeWitt). He plays golf at the country club and drives a shiny new Porsche. Phil Woodward (Chris Cooper)who worked his way up the corporate ladder at GTX and now has the big house, a wife with expensive taste and a...
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'Mad Men' Recap: Blowing Smoke

October 12th, 2010 8:45am EDT
Betty
“They can smell it on us” – desperation, that is. The senior officers of Sterling Cooper Draper Pryce know the bind they’re in – everyone in town knows they’ve lost 50% of their business, and no one wants to give them a job. The Heinz rep Faye hooked Don up with tells him, “I bet I could get a date with your mother right now” in response to Don’s surprisingly pathetic pleas. Ouch.

Speaking of pathetic, let’s get this out of the way: Don’s Ghost of Christmas Past materializes in the form of Midge, his mistress way back in Season One. (If by “mistress” you don’t have it narrowed down, pi...
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Oscar Nomination Reaction: The Snubs, Surprises & Who Shouldn't Have Been Nominated

January 23rd, 2009 9:55am EST
The Dark Knight
There's nothing better than a good surprise on Oscar morning, and this year we had one in almost every category. Before we get to the snubs, the surprises and who shouldn't be nominated, let's take a look at what type of a morning this was:

This was the morning that The Academy once again showed how out-of-touch it is. By not dominating "The Dark Knight", the Oscars continued to show that it doesn't care about nominating movies people actually like. There was absolutely no reason this film shouldn't get nominated: It has a 94% percent rating on Rotten Tomatoes, it got an A from audi...
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Final Oscar Nominee Predictions

January 21st, 2009 10:46am EST
Slumdog Millionaire
The time has come, after several months of campaigning and voting, we're finally set for the big day. No, not the inauguration. Please. We're talking about Oscar morning.

Those fifteen minutes at the crack of dawn where overly-caffeinated celebs awkwardly read the names of the top five in each category. Always gripping. Also, this is prime time for predictions. All the returns are in, the precursor season is over, so there's not excuses left. Without delay, here are my final Oscar Predictions.

Okay, one delay. I should note that I hate being right. I hate getting predictio...
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2009 Early Oscar Nomination Predictions

December 23rd, 2008 12:10pm EST
The Dark Knight
The first major precursor award nominations were handed out this morning as the Screen Actors Guild revealed their 15th set of nominations.

This marks the end point of the first phase of the Oscar race as many of the critics awards have been handed out and the more reliable industry awards are starting to trickle in.

This is a perfect time to take a look at the locks, likely nominees, longshots and losers of the Oscar season thus far.

Best Picture

The Locks:

Slumdog Millionaire is the most certain nominee in this category after sweeping through the critics awards, p...
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'Rachel Getting Married' Is Emotionally Draining

October 1st, 2008 2:43pm EDT
Rachel Getting Married
There is often an underlying dread that accompanies the process of reuniting at a family gathering. Often, such as is the case for Kym (Anne Hathaway) in "Rachel Getting Married," the reunion is unavoidable because it comes in the guise of her sister Rachel's wedding.

Kym has been in and out of rehab for the past 10 years though has been clean for the last nine months. Her family goes through great pains to make sure she remains that way -- to the sheer annoyance of Kym. Her family has a great reason to still treat her with such trepidation, considering ten years earlier she drove off...
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FOX Turns Up The Heat This Summer With 'Hell's Kitchen,' 'On The Lot' & More

March 28th, 2007 10:12am EDT
Hell
Season Three of Hell’s Kitchen, the juicy competition where a kitchen-full of wannabe restaurateurs try to impress mercurial master chef Gordon Ramsay and win a shot at culinary stardom, now premieres on FOX’s summer menu Monday, June 4 (9:00-10:00 PM ET/PT), instead of the previously announced June 25.

Leading into Hell’s Kitchen on Monday nights will be the weekly “Film Premiere” episodes of the new movie-making competition On The Lot from Mark Burnett and Steven Spielberg. On The Lot’s special two-night series premiere airs Tuesday, May 22 (9:00-10:00 PM ET/PT) following American I...
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Tonight's TV Highlights: 'Standoff,' 'House' & 'Nip/Tuck'

September 5th, 2006 8:03am EDT
Ron Livingston stars in Standoff
In the brand new FOX series Standoff (9 p.m. ET/PT), Matt Flannery (Ron Livingston) and Emily Lehman (Rosemarie DeWitt) are the top-ranked negotiators in the FBI’s Crisis Negotiation Unit (CNU). They’re also lovers. Week to week, Matt and Emily tackle much more than hostage crises. The CNU is called in to resolve kidnappings, high-risk suicides, bomb threats, stalking cases and gang violence.

Their relationship also gets them into major trouble with their boss Cheryl Carrera (Gina Torres), head of the Los Angeles CNU, and raises eyebrows among their CNU colleagues, including intellig...
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