Alyssa Milano

Drinking Games

After almost eight years as governor of California, Arnold Schwarzenegger returns to the big screen in a lead role in The Last Stand, releasing this week. For fans of his action movies, the best way to prepare for this is to dig into the classics of his filmography. Few Arnold films are as classic as Mark Lester’s 1985 hit Commando. Commando tells the story of retired Delta Force operative John Matrix, whose daughter Jenny (Alyssa Milano) is kidnapped to ensure he’ll assassinate a South American president. Of course, things don’t go well for the bad guys when Matrix tosses that mission aside and blows everything up in his way to rescue Jenny. It’s Arnold, post-Terminator, and he’s back.

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This week, Fat Guy Kevin Carr snubs his nose at all the films up for the Oscar in order to enjoy the R-rated smorgasbord that is available in the theaters. He kisses his wife and takes six days off from marriage, just like Owen Wilson and Jason Sudeikis in Hall Pass. He takes those six days to find a fast car so he can Drive Angry, following Amber Heard and her short shorts in 3D. Apparently no one told him she’s a lesbian now.

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So there I was, watching Isla Fisher’s new film Confessions of a Shopaholic and being a little surprised as how likeable she is on screen in a leading role when it occurred to me… I’m probably never going to see her boobs again

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Pathology Movie Review

Every film that gets a release has an audience somewhere. From Star Wars to Zyzzyx Rd., every movie has a shot. And while Pathology is no Star Wars, it is certainly no Zyzzyx Rd. either.

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Milo Ventimiglia’s medical examination thriller rolls in with a sexy, disturbing new trailer.

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The folks at Lakeshore Entertainment have just released a very “unique” look at their upcoming film.

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published: 11.21.2014
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published: 11.21.2014
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