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The Hot Buzz on Hot Fuzz

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Posted by K.C. Morgan
Categories: Comedy, New Releases,

If fans are expecting Hot Fuzz to be the fun romp that was Shaun of the Dead, they’re in for a disappointment. The reviews are in, and Hot Fuzz is more like a warm drizzle. The UK creators who brought fans the lighthearted zombie flick have enjoyed big success across the pond with their latest comedy, but many American-born fans will find jokes zooming right over their heads. The movie is about two cops (always a …

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Alec Baldwin’s Insane Ireland Phone Call

Dealing with an ex is never fun. Dealing with an ex when you’re both in a media limelight…well, that’s fun for the rest of us. Years after calling it quits, Alec Baldwin and Kim Basinger are going toe-to-toe in court again. The drama erupted April 11, 2007, when Baldwin reportedly called his eleven-year-old daughter, Ireland, per previously scheduled appointment. And now we’re going to take a break from the story to ponder this: Alec Baldwin …

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Malakar Making His Way to White House

Sanjaya Malakar, recently eliminated American Idol contestant, is off to a post-Idol adventure that might be even harder than dealing with Simon once a week: he’s going to the White House. Just don’t get President Bush started on foreign policy – who knows what sort of drama that might cause? Malakar will attend the White House Correspondents’ Dinner this weekend as the guest of People magazine. Huge stars like John Cusack, Jane Fonda, and Sheryl Crow …

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Alec Baldwin’s Disgraceful Voicemail

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Posted by Wendy Michaels
Categories: Comedy, Prime Time, NBC, Gossip, Internet, Rumors,

Oh, Alec. You’ve really let me down. After I’ve posted numerous blogs about your genius on 30 Rock… after watching yet another brilliant episode last night and wondering why people dislike you… I wake up this morning to read the news about the voicemail message you left for your daughter. Bad, bad Baldwin. If you haven’t heard yet, TMZ.com posted a voicemail message that Baldwin left for his 11-year-old daughter, Ireland. Apparently she missed their …

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Smellovision Comes to My Name is Earl

Here’s one of those clever little marketing campaigns that I can’t wait to see—during May sweeps, My Name is Earl will debut a feature called Laugh ‘n’ Sniff for the May 3rd episode. How do you take part in this revolutionary TV viewing experience? Look no further than your nearest issue of TV Guide during that week for a special scratch-and-sniff card. No word yet on what kind of scents viewers can anticipate sniffling in …

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Real Wedding Crashers Fails to Deliver

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Posted by Wendy Michaels
Categories: Prime Time, Reality, NBC,

I don’t know if any of you are planning to tune into The Real Wedding Crashers on Monday. I’m on the fence about this hidden camera show from Ashton Kutcher, but the latest review has me thinking I may just skip it. The good news is that this midseason series is only six episodes long. The better news is that it’s probably the last we’ll see of it. The 10 p.m. time slot for NBC …

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So Long, Sanjaya

It was fun while it lasted. Sanjaya Malakar, young American Idol contestant, was great for a laugh and gave us all “Something to Talk About” even before his Tuesday night performance fell flat with judges. But, for many weeks now, the consensus opinion has been that the young singer overstayed his Idol welcome. Despite the combined efforts of the Vote for the Worst web site and radio shock jock Howard Stern’s pro-Sanjaya-for-Idol campaign, the most …

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Mark Burnett’s Pirate Adventure

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Posted by Wendy Michaels
Categories: Prime Time, Reality, CBS, Survivor,

Ahoy Mateys… ‘Tis time for Survivor on the high seas. Aarrggh! The latest Mark Burnett reality series, Pirate Master, will take place, in part, on a big ‘ole pirate ship. The show will begin on May 31st at 8 p.m., the same date that Survivor debuted seven years ago. “This is high stakes, high seas, high adventure and the life of a pirate,” Burnett said. “It’s a huge—and hard—adventure, with jumping off waterfalls, swimming up …

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FilmCrunch 042: Ghost Rider, Half Nelson, Flags of our Fathers, The Queen

Veronica Santiago and Neil Estep have another full episode of FilmCrunch for you. In this show we review Ghost Rider, Half Nelson, Flags of our Fathers, and The Queen. Now we want to hear from you - hit the forums and let us know what you think, what you want us to watch next, and any other recommendations you have for the show. ...

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Vacancy Leaves Fans Empty

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Posted by K.C. Morgan
Categories: Sony, Horror, New Releases,

A dark, somewhat eerie night. A strange, somewhat scary locale. A couple with a broken-down car. Either this is a classic B-movie horror setup, or we’re about to be treated to a fabulous cult classic. Many, many movies have used the same premise – a handful have even created memorable screen drama with this same scene, but it’s even more ambitious for horror filmmakers to use a plot that’s been brilliantly, and totally, done before. If …

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