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Comfort Movies We Can Watch Again And Again

October 5th, 2014 3:05pm EDT
Comfort Movies We Can Watch Again And Again
You’ve heard of comfort food, but comfort movies? They’re the movies you watch when you’re home alone and sad, or hungover from the night before and need something stomach settling, or maybe they’re on TV, one of your favorites, and there’s no way you’re changing the channel! Your comfort movies are one of the few things that will never change (well, unless you’re Episodes IV through VI of Star Wars because George Lucas is the devil) in this life. They’re the old friends you can always depend on to, well, comfort you.

After an informal survey, we noticed several of the same flicks were nam...
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Exclusive: John Michael Higgins Talks 'The Ugly Truth,' 'Best In Show,' 'Arrested Development' And His David Letterman Experience

July 22nd, 2009 5:09pm EDT
John Michael Higgins
It's possible you don't recognize the name John Michael Higgins -- as he even points out in this interview -- but everyone has seen him in something. John Michael Higgins joins us to discuss his two upcoming films -- "The Ugly Truth" and "Couples Retreat" -- plus speculate on the return of his "Arrested Development" character, Wayne Jarvis, in a possible feature film. He also takes a look back at his roles in "Best in Show" and "A Mighty Wind" and poignantly discusses what was not the happiest time in his life: Portraying the most powerful man in late night television, David Letterman, in H...
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Waiting For Parker Posey

May 19th, 2009 11:41am EDT
Parker Posey
Here's a little secret about entertainment reporting: When you read those little blurbs containing a quick celebrity quote, most likely those were obtained at some sort of premiere or charity function that said celebrity is appearing. Then, some stooge just like me will approach them and attempt to get a good enough quote to be included in the next day's copy. Now, this approach is a 50/50 proposition. Sometimes said celebrity will be gracious -- knowing that you're just trying to do your job -- other times they're, well, annoyed. And really... who can blame them? It probably goes without s...
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Spinal Tap 'Back From The Dead' With New Album June 16

May 4th, 2009 10:27am EDT
Spinal Tap
This year marks the 25th anniversary of the cult classic film 'This is Spinal Tap and now England's Loudest Heavy Metal Band, Spinal Tap, is celebrating with the release of their first new album in almost two decades, Back From The Dead (The Label Industry Records/Artist2Market/INgrooves), due out Tuesday, June 16. Spinal Tap's last album was 1992's Break Like The Wind.

On Back From the Dead, Tap members David St. Hubbins, Nigel Tufnel and Derek Smalls unearth their long-self-suppressed studio versions of the classic songs from the movie This is Spinal Tap, as well as six new addition...
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Turning Twenty: A Look Back At 1988's 'Beetlejuice'

March 31st, 2008 4:06pm EDT
Beetlejuice
Half "Bloody Mary" and half decomposing sleezeball, Beetlejuice is the titular anti-hero that helped put Tim Burton into the who's who of Hollywood. Now at its 20th anniversary, let's take a look back at a sparkling example of dark comedy that stands as a precursor to Burton's magical films.

The Movie

Reading the cast list will illicit at least one "oh yeah, he/she was in this" reaction. The ensemble would also make a 1990s romantic comedy cast director salivate: Michael Keaton, Alec Baldwin, Geena Davis, Winona Ryder, Catherine O'Hara, an appearance by the late Robert Goulet, and...
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Andy Dick's 'Danny Roane: First Time Director' Comes To DVD Nov. 6

October 7th, 2007 11:00am EDT
Danny Roane: First Time Director
From the wildly creative mind of Andy Dick (Less Than Perfect) comes an untamed and hilarious new mockumentary Danny Roane: First Time Director. Featuring an all-star cast that includes James Van Der Beek (The Rules of Attraction), Maura Tierney (ER), Kate Flannery (The Office), Michael Hitchcock (Waiting for Guffman) plus many other surprise appearances, the film is an unapologetic, politically incorrect, balls-out comedy about independent filmmaking.

After his drunken antics ruin his acting career, Danny Roane (Dick) decides to stage a comeback by sobering up and directing his ow...
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