Patrick Dempsey

This week, Fat Guy Kevin Carr decides to dump Megan Fox and hook up with a sexy British model who will shake her ass in front of a 3D camera for Michael Bay. Sadly, he couldn’t make that happen, so he heads down to the scooter pool at the local community college, hoping to find a free-spirited chick with a name that’s impossible to pronounce. Again, no dice, Chicago. So, Kevin abandons all hope and hides in a theater for almost three hours, watching Michael Bay’s latest spectacle. Then he postpones seeing Larry Crowne so he can stalk teachers from the aforementioned community college, hoping one is as drunk and pretty as Julia Roberts is in her latest film. How could this possibly end badly?

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What is Movie News After Dark? It’s the hero you need right now; a way to get all the most interesting movie news without having to read through a bunch of padded articles. It’s quick, to the point and personable. An efficient killer of your will to waste time reading a thousand movie blogs before you go to bed. It’s also way into girl power, whatever that means. Hanna director Joe Wright, whose latest film is filled with the legitimate girl-power of a teen assassin played by Saoirse Ronan, has called out director Zack Snyder’s Sucker Punch, saying that the girl-power angle of the film was all “marketing bullshit.”

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Patrick Dempsey as Dr. Strange

Patrick Dempsey is cinematic poison. Sure, the guy has had a good run as an object of television audiences’ affections on Grey’s Anatomy, but when he moves over to the big screen, it’s usually disastrous. Save for Enchanted (the success of which had nothing to do with him and everything to do with Amy Adams), I haven’t seen Dempsey in a quality film in the last decade. So why anyone would ever mention him in the same breath as the inevitable Dr. Strange film is beyond me. Unless of course, that person is Patrick Dempsey.

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Michael Bay seems to be trading one type of bloat for another.

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I know vampires are supposed to be quasi-metrosexual, but the amount of gels and creams used in the guys’ hair these days is getting to be a bit much.

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Ellen Pompeo in Greys Anatomy

Grey’s Anatomy kick-starts season five with a big, drama-filled double dose of McDreamy, McSexy, and whatever other “Mc” they can squeeze out of the team at Seattle Grace Hospital.

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Patrick Dempsey and Michelle Monaghan search for the script.

I can’t see how anyone can’t see this film as a cheap rip-off of My Best Friend’s Wedding… only with a dude. And the only thing that McDreamy proves with this film is that while he probably knows Julia Roberts and has met Julia Roberts, he’s no Julia Roberts.

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Congratulations! Have a drink!

Well, Dr. McDreamy has finally gotten his big shot at a summer movie. Too bad he’s going up against Iron Man his first week out. This probably makes him regret spending all those years in McDreamy Medical School. So, you might want to have a drink or two to numb the McPain.

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Enchanted

We all know that Enchanted was a Disney movie cut from the fabric of some classic films, but you might be surprised to know just how much it speaks to that little Disney loving kid we all have inside.

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Enchanted

Any fan of the Disney films should love this movie, if not for the good-natured introspective ribbing, but also for the ridiculous number of in-jokes throughout the film. [Grade: A]

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Nathan Deen

Enchanted

Movie Reviews By Nate Deen on November 26, 2007 | Comments (5)

With high-quality pictures already released this year such as “Bridge to Terabithia,” and “Ratatouille,” along with the mildly recommendable “Meet the Robinsons” and “The Game Plan,” and now “Enchanted,” it has been a good year for Disney indeed.

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