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FilmCrunch 010: School for Scoundrels Review

In this episode, Neil Estep and Veronica Santiago hit you with their theatrical review of School for Scoundrels. A hapless meter reader (Jon Heder) signs up for a confidence-building course to acquire the self-assurance he needs to win the hand of his dream girl (Jacinda Barrett). But the class turns out to be a bust when it becomes apparent that the teacher (played by Billy Bob Thornton) has designs on the same woman. Michael Clarke Duncan …

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Rebecca Romijn Joins Ugly Betty

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Posted by Wendy Michaels
Categories: Comedy, Drama, Prime Time, ABC,

Seems Ugly Betty is recruiting more beautiful people. The latest, no doubt to fill the void that Salma Hayek will leave when her story’s up, is Rebecca Romijn. She will take on the role of the mystery woman who is working with Wilhelmina (Vanessa Williams) to take over Mode magazine. So far, we’ve only seen this mysterious chick wrapped in bandages—who knew that underneath it all was Rebecca Romijn? That unfortunately means curtains for the woman …

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Rosie to Stay on The View

Rosie O’Donnell has only been on The View three months, and rumors are already swirling that she may be leaving the gabfest. This speculation came after she mentioned that she would like to work on Nip/Tuck in response to an audience member’s question at the commercial break. On Thursday’s show, she set the record straight, saying “Don’t anybody worry where Rosie’s going. She’s right here.” And the ladies of The View should be lucky that she’s …

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NBR Picks the Best Films of ‘06

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Posted by Johnny Mercedes
Categories: Awards, Lists,

Earlier today, The National Board of Review (NBR), a nonprofit organization, announced its top film awards for 2006.  For nearly a century, NBR has been supporting film as entertainment and art, and is still the first critical body to declare its annual awards.  The winners, selected from 270 of this year’s films, are as follows: Best Film: Letters From Iwo Jima Best Director: Martin Scorsese, The Departed Best Actor: Forest Whitaker, The Last King Of …

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The Apprentice Returns in January—With a Twist

The sixth installment of The Apprentice returns in January, with a heavy dose of contestants who are lawyers, plus a Mark Burnett twist. In this season, Burnett will take a page from the book of Survivor and subject each task’s losing team to a less-than-desirable consequence. In seasons’ past, the team who won each task would be treated to a special dinner or shopping spree, while the losers retreated back to the apartment to sulk. …

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FilmCrunch 009: The Science of Sleep Review

Neil Estep reviews Michel Gondry’s The Science of Sleep in this Short FilmCrunch episode. A timid young man can’t control the fantastical plots and images of his dream world from intruding into his waking hours in Michel Gondry’s science-fiction romance. After a promising new job sours, Stephane (Gael Garcia Bernal) finds new inspiration in his neighbor Stephanie (Charlotte Gainsbourg). To connect with her, shy Stephane releases the bolder personality of his dreams, but his waking insecurities …

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Scrubs’ Co-Star Engaged

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Posted by Wendy Michaels
Categories: Comedy, Prime Time, NBC, Scrubs, News,

Sarah Chalke, who plays hyperactive Dr. Elliot Reid on Scrubs is engaged to her longtime boyfriend, Jamie Afifi. Afifi proposed to Chalke last week while on vacation in Hawaii. Chalke, 30, could potentially be facing her last season on Scrubs. There has been a lot of speculation that the series will come to an end after this season, although there has not been any final confirmation of that. Afifi, 33, is an entertainment lawyer. Chalke …

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Lost Moves to New Time

Bad news for those of us who have an early bedtime. Starting in February, when Lost returns, it will be moving from 8:00 p.m. to 10:00 p.m. The move could potentially assist ABC with the difficulty it has had finding a show that retains a significant audience with Lost as the lead-in. By moving Lost to 10 p.m., the network can lead with a block of comedy and increase viewership with the 10:00 slot. Beginning …

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VH1 Big In ‘06 Awards—Big Waste?

I tried to watch the VH1 Big in ‘06 Awards, I really did. But I just couldn’t help thinking this was a colossal waste of time. I love awards shows as much as the next gal, but this one is completely unnecessary. But maybe that’s the point. The event kicked off with host D.L. Hughley telling a bunch of unfunny jokes at rapid fire pace, followed by the first presenters of the night—the cheerleader from …

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Prison Break Actor Involved in Fatal Crash

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Posted by Wendy Michaels
Categories: Drama, Prime Time, FOX, Prison Break, Gossip,

Lane Garrison, who played “Tweener” on the Fox drama Prison Break was involved in a car accident over the weekend that resulted in the death of a 17-year-old boy. Media sources are now reporting that alcohol may have been a factor in Garrison striking a center median, jumping a curb and striking a tree in his 2001 Land Rover. There were also two 15-year-old girls in the SUV, one of which was listed in critical condition …

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