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The Best Presidential Movie Moments In Honor Of 'The Campaign'

August 10th, 2012 1:07pm EDT
The Campaign
Will Ferrell and Zach Galifianakis aren’t running for president in The Campaign, but they should be. If movie presidents have taught us anything, it's that presidents are prone to moments of pure awesomeness. Here are some of those moments - but first, a bonus clip from The Campaign:

Now back to our regularly-scheduled list:

The Simpsons Movie ("Arnold Schwarzenegger")

The Simpsons Movie takes a look at what could happen if we overturn the 200-year-plus rule that no foreign born citizen can become President of the United States. Influence from outside sources? Blasp...
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Happy 40th Birthday Christina Applegate

November 25th, 2011 7:30pm EST
Christina Applegate
Not only is she gorgeous, hilarious and down to Earth - Christina Applegate looks damn good for turning the big 40 today! Best known for playing Kelly Bundy, the dumb blonde, on the FOX sitcom Married...with Children, Christina has surpassed any stereotype she may have earned from that role and turned her career into a very successful one. Growing up in Hollywood with a producer father and an actress mother definitely helped out her career but Christina made a name for herself, independent from her parents. Although she did make her television debut with her mother on Days of Our Lives, her...
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Review: MoMA's Tim Burton Exhibit

December 1st, 2009 3:04pm EST
MoMA
The Tim Burton exhibit at the Museum of Modern Art (MoMA) opened this past Sunday in New York City to a crowd of more than 10,000 people going though it on its first day. MoMA and the SyFy Channel arranged to have us go on a private tour of the exhibit that spans four floors of the museum so we could check it out and report back to you some of the goodies that are currently on display.

The items in the exhibit were handpicked by MoMA curators who walked into Burton's London home, were greeted by a sofa full of oompa loompas and were informed outright that they had pretty much free reign...
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The Best & Worst Of Jack Black

June 23rd, 2009 11:25am EDT
Year One
If only life were so simple as to allow enjoyable Jack Black be noticeably different than awful Jack Black. Perhaps the slightly thinner, slightly less beardy version of him could be the best version of him and the more unshaven and huskier version could be the worst version of him, or vice versa; something, anything, that would allow the audience to know what not to waste their time on.

Yes, if only life were this simple.

Sadly, it's not, otherwise I would not have recently lost 97 minutes of my life to Black's latest film, "Year One". While having its moments coming mainly fro...
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Best Space Movies

June 12th, 2009 9:53am EDT
Moon
The subject of space is a difficult one in terms of selecting films. Qualifying elements are somewhat subjective. Does the film have to take place in space? Must it include aliens? Does a mere reference to space, or different planets, make it a "space" film? In short, is it merely a subgenre of science fiction? Space and science fiction, while not mutually exclusive, can occur without the other.

In celebration of the release of one of the newest and most promising space films, Moon, check out a brief list of our favorite space films. What you will find below is a mix of films t...
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Danny Elfman's Original Score For Charlotte's Web Hits Stores Dec. 5; Features Sarah McLachlan; Win It!

December 6th, 2006 4:37pm EST
Charlotte’s Web
Three-time Oscar nominee and Grammy Award-winning composer Danny Elfman’s inspiring score for the motion picture Charlotte’s Web will be released December 5 on Sony Classical’s original soundtrack recording, which will also introduce the original song “Ordinary Miracle,” performed by Sarah McLachlan and written by acclaimed songwriter/record producer Glen Ballard and music legend Dave Stewart.

In the classic tale of Charlotte’s Web from writer E.B. White, someone very small finds that the most powerful force in the world is friendship. In the big-screen adaptation, the characters embar...
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The Undeniable Sarah Jessica Parker

November 1st, 2005 7:00am EST
Sarah Jessica Parker
Life after Sex and the City hasn’t been so bad for Sarah Jessica Parker. In addition to raising her son, the actress has continued to work and stars in the upcoming film The Family Stone. The movie centers on a girl named Julie (Claire Danes) who asks her sister (Parker) to help smooth things over when she visits her boyfriend’s not-so-welcoming family over Christmas.

The Family Stone is just the latest in a series of projects Parker has been tackling since she began acting. Parker has been performing since she was a young girl, and she even helped support her family by appearing ...
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