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Review: Both Naughty & Nice, 'For A Good Time, Call...' Never Reaches Full Potential

August 31st, 2012 8:19am EDT
For a Good Time, Call...
When it comes to comedies about relationships it seems as though there are two distinctive paths – racy and wholesome. What’s most interesting about "For A Good Time, Call..." is the fact that the film is essentially a bit of both, a feel good fest wrapped in a dirty subject matter package and it makes for an odd vibe that’s certainly original.

As a couple of young college gals, opposites Lauren Powell and Katie Steel didn’t exactly hit it off. Upon giving the obviously intoxicated Katie a ride home, Lauren finds herself accidentally covered in Katie’s urine and hatred is born. Cut to y...
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Check Out 'The Sitter,' Now On Blu-ray, DVD & Digital Download

March 27th, 2012 6:25am EDT
The Sitter
A college dropout becomes a babysitter to make some quick cash, and takes his three young charges on an epic urban adventure in "The Sitter" from director David Gordon Green ("Pineapple Express").

Noah (Jonah Hill) isn't a babysitter, but he'll do just about anything for a little extra cash in his wallet. Shortly after he's hired to look after three young children, though, Noah gets a call from his girlfriend promising sex in exchange for drugs. Desperate and horny, the irresponsible sitter packs his unsuspecting wards into the car and heads for the seedy part of town.

Before Noah can t...
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Review: Jonah Hill Deserves Better Than 'The Sitter'

December 10th, 2011 11:00am EST
The Sitter
Who would you rather watch in a movie about babysitting: a 1980s Elisabeth Shue or an overweight Jonah Hill? Let’s be honest, you’d probably pick Elisabeth Shue. And no, this argument is NOT based on looks. If you’ve seen his nuanced performances in “Cyrus” or “Moneyball,” then you’ll agree that Hill has outgrown crappy films like David Gordon Green’s “The Sitter,” regardless of former weight.

In an age of reboots and remakes, plenty of Hollywood scribes try to slyly spin an established idea or genre, by marketing it as new. However, rarely do they bring anything worthwhile ...
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Trailer Talk: This Week In Movies - 'Shrek Forever After,' 'MacGruber,' & More

May 17th, 2010 10:10am EDT
MacGruber
A lot of other critics have blasted Ridley Scott’s “Robin Hood,” but honestly I found it to be pretty interesting. It is slightly long winded and its action scenes are a bit frenetic, however it dares to be different in how it approaches the Robin Hood tale which I appreciate.

As a narrative "Robin Hood" operates like a prequel, covering the events leading to Robin’s branding as an outlaw. This Robin is serious, more like a solider commanding his friends in battle, than the lighthearted rogue whose archery and skills with a sword are so well known in the legend. While he believes in eq...
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Top Drunk Movie Scenes In Honor Of St. Patrick's Day

March 17th, 2010 9:04am EDT
Top Drunk Movie Scenes
Before you pick yer poison, we ask....what's worse? A cussing, drinking Santa that wets himself in front of anticipating kids, or a burping, scantily clad school girl that fishes her bubble gum from the puke-infused toilet bowl? In honor of St. Patty's day, we raise a glass (or two) to some of the most memorable lush silver screen moments. Cue the hangovers, here's the break-down of the top drunk movie scenes:

Leaving Las Vegas (1995)

Nicolas Cage takes us through the final crisis of his life, drinking himself to death in Las Vegas. Yes, it's depressive and emotional, and undoubtedly one ...
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Q&A: 'Vampire Diaries' Star Candice Accola Gets Candid About Fang Frenzy, Co-Stars & More

September 8th, 2009 9:58am EDT
Candice Accola of The Vampire Diaries
The Vampire Diaries young starlet Candice Accola dishes with Starpulse about her very first television series. Revealing everything from her move to Hollywood at age 16 to the brilliance of the show's writers, she gives us the inside scoop straight from the down south set in Atlanta. The young actress is set to portray resident mean girl Caroline Forbes on the highly anticipated CW series premiering September 10.

Starpulse: How did you get started in this business? We heard you were a singer. How was the transition into acting?

Candice Accola: I moved to La when I was 16 and got recor...
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