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Top Five Best & Worst Part Three Movies Of All Time

October 20th, 2011 2:00pm EDT
Paranormal Activity 3
With the arrival of the third installment in the popular scary series "Paranormal Activity 3" hitting theaters Oct. 20 at midnight (the perfect hour to see such an enchanted story!), we thought we’d check in on some of the famed Part 3 flicks of the past. And since we’re pulling for this latest Katie/Kristi outing to be a winner (Activity 3 writer Christopher B. Landon made the five-star film "Burning Palms" earlier this year and we love that guy!), we’ve included a list of both the best and worst films that have ever dared to grace the silver screen with a third gluttonous helping. (And ...
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Inspired By Kim Kardashian, Laurence Fishburne's Daughter Makes Sex Tape

July 30th, 2010 10:06am EDT
Laurence Fishburne
Laurence Fishburne's teenage daughter has reportedly filmed a part in an explicit adult film in a bid to break into Hollywood.

"The Matrix" star's 19-year-old daughter Montana Fishburne is said to be hoping to make a name for herself with her sex tape, citing socialite Kim Kardashian as her inspiration.

Kardashian is widely known for an intimate home movie she and her ex-boyfriend, singer Ray J, filmed together.

Celebrity website TMZ.com quotes Fishburne as saying, "I've watched how successful Kim Kardashian became and I think a lot of it was due to the release of her sex tape."

Fishbur...
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'Vanilla Sky' Voted Most Confusing Movie

July 22nd, 2010 8:13am EDT
Vanilla Sky
Tom Cruise's confusing movie Vanilla Sky has been branded the most baffling film in a new poll. The 2001 movie, which stars Cruise as a playboy left horrifically disfigured after a crash, was the film which left audiences most perplexed by its plot.

According to the survey by LoveFilm.com, David Lynch's surreal thriller Mulholland Drive was voted into second place, while the sinister rabbit in Donnie Darko prompted cinema-goers to put it at number three.

The top five brow-furrowing films were rounded out by The Matrix Revolutions and Christopher Nolan's Memento.

Other movies to make t...
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The Best And Worst Of Keanu Reeves

December 16th, 2008 9:51am EST
Keanu Reeves
You either love him or hate him: Keanu Reeves has been called anything from "yummalicious" and "OMG!! HOT! HOT! HOT!" to "a talentless, limp little douche of a man with all the charisma of a sack of onions." (Those are all actual quotes, people.)

Bashing (and defending) Keanu Reeve's acting skills is apparently a popular pastime on the internet. The best (or should I say worst) quotes have thankfully been collected here. On the occasion of his new film's release ("The Day the Earth Stood Still), Starpulse takes a look back at the best and worst of Keanu's career.

Best

The Mat...
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Keanu Reeves: 'Fame Is A Drag'

December 12th, 2008 11:47am EST
Keanu Reeves
Keanu Reeves has branded life as a famous actor "a drag" - insisting he doesn't understand why the paparazzi are interested in taking photos of his every move.

The Matrix star is frequently followed by photographers who are eager to get pictures of him to sell, and the actor admits he tires of the endless pursuit - especially when they target him as he performs mundane chores. But despite hating the downsides of fame, Reeves admits the huge pay checks he garners from his Hollywood career have helped make his life bearable.

He says, "Fame is a drag. The paparazzi culture is more ...
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The 'That Guy' Encyclopedia, Letters L Through Z

May 29th, 2008 10:45am EDT
Danny Trejo
Throughout cinematic history, there has been a plethora of actors that, for some reason or another, never become a household name. So here is a cheat sheet of sorts, a brief encyclopedia on "That Guy." Part Two: Letters L-Z. If you missed the first installment, you can check it out here.

Stubborn General or Muslim, Harry Lennix

Lennix played Lock, the unbelieving general in Matrix Reloaded and Revolutions. He appeared in short bursts in TV shows such as Diagnosis Murder and ER before a longer stay on Commander in Chief. He played a Moor in Titus and a Muslim in 24. He is currently s...
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Top Five Best/Worst Action Sequels

May 19th, 2008 12:23pm EDT
Indiana Jones
With summer now upon us, people across the country will be flocking to multiplexes everywhere. Let's face it, this summer will usher in yet another season of sequels. With highly anticipated action films such as "Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull," "The Dark Knight," and "The Mummy: Tomb of the Dragon Emperor," it is only fitting to take a look back at the top five best and worst action sequels of all time.

Best Action Sequels:

5. Die Hard: With a Vengeance

Bruce Willis and Samuel L. Jackson are reluctant allies as they try to hunt down a villain who is all...
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'Speed Racer' Condemns Franchise Dignity, But Delivers Sensorial Explosion

May 9th, 2008 10:09am EDT
Speed Racer
(HollywoodChicago) – While Hollywood slapped “PG” on the hotly anticipated “Speed Racer” to line its pocketbooks with the widest hodgepodge of people (ahem: kids) everywhere, those same kids will leave the theater with that lollipop nearly sucked to the stick but then yanked away with confusion.

Rather than the “go!” marketing hype, this is a stop-and-go proposition. Chicago brothers Larry Wachowski and Andy Wachowski are ultimately wrangling with a clear identity crisis of who this film is meant for.

Emile Hirsch in “Speed Racer”.

Photo credit: Warner Bros.

Is it the 196...
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Movie Sequels: A List Of The Best & Worst

February 7th, 2008 9:40am EST
Spider-Man 2
It seems every year we are inundated with dozens of sequels to films we love and those we've already forgotten about. But what are the best? What are the worst? What shouldn't have been made and what beat the original? Answers to those questions are below, but before a list of the best and worst sequels is determined a few ground rules must be established.

1. The Sequel Cannot Be Planned. There are plenty of movies where the sequel is somewhat planned (I highly doubt anybody wasn't thinking sequel during Spider-Man) but some movies are part of a planned series from day one. The mo...
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Celebrity Birthdays, September 18

September 18th, 2007 3:00am EDT
Lance Armstrong
Happy Birthday to "Flicka" actress Alison Lohman (1979), rapper Xzibit (1974), Puffy Amiyumi singer Ami Onuki (1973), "X-Men" actor James Marsden (1973), "The Matrix Revolutions" actress Jada Pinkett Smith (1971), Tour de France champion Lance Armstrong (1971), New Edition singer Ricky Bell (1967), "21 Jump Street" actress Holly Robinson (1964), "The Sopranos" star James Gandolfini (1961), Ramones bassist Dee Dee Ramone (1952; d. 2002), Kansas singer Kerry Livgren (1949), "A Mighty Wind" actor Fred Willard (1939), singer Frankie Avalon (1939), "Baretta" star Robert Blake (1933), actor Jack ...
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'Pirates' And 'Spider-Man' Sequels Shamed

June 7th, 2007 8:00pm EDT
Highlander II
The new Pirates Of The Caribbean and Spider-Man movies have been voted among the worst sequels ever made, by an online poll. Highlander II topped the poll, compiled by Moviehole.net - but it's more embarrassing for the new releases, which feature in 12th and 15th places respectively.

After Highlander, Batman And Robin came second, Superman IV third, The Exorcist II fourth and Matrix Reloaded/Revolutions fifth.

Moviehole editor Clint Morris says, "Bottom line: Sequels - even bad ones - sell. They make money, loads of it. And that's why we're starting to see a whole bunch of disap...
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Celebrity Birthdays, May 20

May 20th, 2007 3:00am EDT
Timothy Olyphant
Happy Birthday to rapper Busta Rhymes (1972), race car driver Tony Stewart (1971), "Deadwood" star Timothy Olyphant (1968), "The Facts of Life" actress Mindy Cohn (1960), "Ghost" actor Tony Goldwyn (1960), "True Romance" actor Bronson Pinchot (1959), singer Israel Kamakawiwo'ole (1959), Go-Go's singer Jane Wiedlin (1958), singer/actress Cher (1946), British singer Joe Cocker (1944), "The Matrix Revolutions" actor Anthony Zerbe (1936), and "Mr. Smith Goes To Washington" star Jimmy Stewart (1908; d. 1997).
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Celebrity Birthdays, September 18

September 18th, 2006 3:00am EDT
Lance Armstrong
Happy Birthday to "Flicka" actress Alison Lohman (1979), rapper Xzibit (1974), Puffy Amiyumi singer Ami Onuki (1973), "X-Men" actor James Marsden (1973), "The Matrix Revolutions" actress Jada Pinkett Smith (1971), Tour de France champion Lance Armstrong (1971), New Edition singer Ricky Bell (1967), "21 Jump Street" actress Holly Robinson (1964), "The Sopranos" star James Gandolfini (1961), Ramones bassist Dee Dee Ramone (1952; d. 2002), Kansas singer Kerry Livgren (1949), "A Mighty Wind" actor Fred Willard (1939), singer Frankie Avalon (1939), "Baretta" star Robert Blake (1933), actor Jack ...
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Celebrity Birthdays, May 20

May 20th, 2006 3:00am EDT
Cher
Happy Birthday to rapper Busta Rhymes (1972), race car driver Tony Stewart (1971), "Deadwood" star Timothy Olyphant (1968), "The Facts of Life" actress Mindy Cohn (1960), "Ghost" actor Tony Goldwyn (1960), "True Romance" actor Bronson Pinchot (1959), singer Israel Kamakawiwo'ole (1959), Go-Go's singer Jane Wiedlin (1958), singer/actress Cher (1946), British singer Joe Cocker (1944), "The Matrix Revolutions" actor Anthony Zerbe (1936), and "Mr. Smith Goes To Washington" star Jimmy Stewart (1908; d. 1997).
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Samuel L. Jackson Is Upset About Mistaken Identity

May 2nd, 2006 1:34pm EDT
Samuel L. Jackson
Samuel L. Jackson is fed up with being mistaken for fellow actor Laurence Fishburne. The star feels embarrassed to correct talk show hosts who introduce him correctly but start asking about Fishburne's movies instead of his.

He says, "They mistake me for Laurence Fishburne. I've gone on talk shows and the guys has introduced me as Samuel L. Jackson, then somewhere in the conversation the host will go, 'So, what's the new Matrix like?' I don't know dude! It's like even though they know who I am, I'm still Laurence Fishburne."

(This news article provided by World Entertainment News...
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New Episodes of Fear Factor This December

November 1st, 2005 9:00am EST
Fear Factor is returning for a new season on NBC Dec. 6. This season the reality series will feature reality stars, family members, military personnel, and even Shaquille O’Neal as a guest co-host.

A brand new stunt team from films such as The Matrix Revolutions and Kill Bill Vol. 2 will provide the outrageous stunts in the upcoming season. The series will also provide prizes such as trips around the world, a garage stocked with new cars, and a chance to fly a fighter jet over Russia.
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Review: Digital Devil Saga 2

October 31st, 2005 9:20am EST
Digital Devil Saga 2
Hey, remember that time when Matrix Reloaded and Matrix Revolutions came out a few months apart? Or Kill Bill was released as two separate volumes because it was too long? Well, the minds at Atlus decided that their devilish opus, Digital Devil Saga, could only be properly presented with two separate games. The first was released April 5, the second arrived October 11. It would be fair to note that DDS 2 spoils a lot of the first game so be warned that if you ever plan to play or finish DDS you should hold off on playing this title.

Read the rest of the review here!
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