What's up with all these musicals lately? It seems like every imaginable film has been turned into showstopping musicals!
From "The Fly" to "Evil Dead," Broadway is going Hollywood, or is it the other way around?
Now, I'm hearing that "American Psycho" is going Broadway as an '80s music-inspired Great White Way production.
Click here to read the full article, and start singing while hacking someone
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According to the press release:
After 20 years of making groundbreaking films and setting box office records -- from "Roger & Me" to "Bowling for Columbine" to "Sicko" – Oscar-winning filmmaker Michael Moore has decided to thank his many fans by giving them a download of his newest film , "Slacker Uprising , " for free. This will be the first major feature-length film by a noted director to debut for free via the internet.
"Slacker Uprising" traces Michael Moore’s 62-city tour of the swing states during the 2004 Presidential election and records the thrilling -- and frightening -- response he received across the country.
Well that time is now! Want to see Michael Moore's new film? It's not as controversial as his other movies, is that why it's for free? Just kidding
Here you go, click on this link and watch Moore's new documentary, "Slacker Uprising."
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The “technology is everywhere” idea for “Eagle Eye” was hatched several years ago from the brilliant mind of executive producer Steven Spielberg. He wanted to do for electronic devices what he successfully did for sharks in “Jaws.” People feared going to the water after watching Spielberg’s 1975 masterpiece but I doubt they will stop using technology because of “Eagle Eye.”
Yet, the film succeeds in instilling paranoia. It may not have reached the cinematic tension of “Jaws,” but you will still feel suspicious about your cell phones, laptops, and GPS. Is Big Brother watching? Read More...
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The screen was ablaze with the third teaming of Richard Gere and Diane Lane. The couple first lit up the screen with "The Cotton Club" and then, "Unfaithful."
With "Nights in Rodanthe," let me tell 'ya, you won't be able to hold back your tears! Watch my interviews with the couple and have fun
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Director George C. Wolfe reveals some secrets about "Nights in Rodanthe." Take a look and have fun
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