Rosario Dawson

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Ben Thomas (Will Smith) is an IRS agent with a nasty secret in his past. And in an attempt to atone for his sins, he has begun tracking down seven individuals whose situations he could drastically change. But along the way he meets a beautiful woman named Emily (Rosario Dawson), who might also change him in return.

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Seven Pounds

Try this game and see if you can make it through the movie. Either you’ll pass out from too much booze… or you’ll pass out from sheer boredom.

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FSR

Kevin Carr looks at Yes Man, Seven Pounds, The Tale of Despereaux and The Wrestler, in theaters this week with the FSR Report Card.

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Rosario Dawson and Will Smith in Seven Pounds

The first trailer for the Columbia Pictures drama Seven Pounds, starring Will Smith, has been leaked onto the web.

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Eagle Eye

Speaking of long stories people shouldn’t subjected to, Eagle Eye came out in theaters on Friday. Let’s just say, the Logic Nazi on this project really screwed the pooch.

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Shia LaBeouf and Michelle Monaghan in Eagle Eye

We already brought you a private chat with Eagle Eye director D.J. Caruso, and now we’ve got video spots with the entire cast.

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Wonder Woman Animated DVD

From the same team that got us all excited then left us profoundly disappointed with Batman: Gotham Knight comes Wonder Woman. Though thankfully, when I say “team” I am referring to the producers and up.

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Shia LaBeouf in Eagle Eye

In his quest to take over the world of cinema, Shia LaBeouf will next appear in Eagle Eye, a project that unites him with Disturbia director D.J. Caruso.

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We take a break from drinking like sailors to see movies, stalk celebs and then… drink more!

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Shia LaBeoufs Eagle Eye

Shia LaBeouf is at the point right now where he could do no wrong, and his films carry about the same odds of being a blockbuster as me never getting to bed Jessica Alba.

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H. Stewart

Death Proof

Movie News By H. Stewart on October 28, 2007 | Comments (13)

Death Proof opens on a pair of shapely feet, with polished toes, natch, resting on a sunlit dashboard. Tarantino needn’t even bother putting his name in the credits anymore.

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