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By their very nature, the classic movie villain is designed to be a character so hated by the audience that their very presence makes the hero even more likable by default. However, some of the villains from the most classic films were endearing in their own way and worthy of some love of their own.
Tony Bennett sings the praises of Lady Gaga, NHL star Sean Avery catches a break, and Rush Limbaugh kind of compares Obama to the new Oreo…wait till they get a load of the Mantenna!
Here’s another new action-packed look at Red Tails. Produced and written by George Lucas, Red Tails follows the Tuskegee Airmen as they take on legendary status as the first African-American pilots to fly in a combat squadron during World War II. Cuba Gooding Jr. and Terrence Howard star. Hit the...
In Underworld: Awakening, Kate Beckinsale reprises her role as the sexy vampire warrioress Selene as she escapes imprisonment to find herself in a world where humans have discovered the existence of both Vampire and Lycan clans. This leads to an all-out war to eradicate both immortal species and...
After his father massacres an entire platoon during the Spanish Civil War while wearing a clown costume, Javier follows in his father's footsteps to become a clown, but instead is forced to play the part of the Sad Clown. In this amazing exclusive clip from the film, we get an introduction some of the performers in one of the oddest Circuses around. Hit it.
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Gerard Depardieu urinates on a plane, Cadillac announces its first electric car, and tasty red meat isn't always good for you...my Mantenna brings all the boys to the yard. Damn right it's better than yours!
Starring Harry Potter’s Daniel Radcliffe, The Woman in Black is the story about a young lawyer who takes a voyage to a remote village to gather up the papers of a recently deceased client and actually uncovers the ghost of a scorned woman with vengeance on her mind. This actually looks...
Time travel movies usually have gaping holes in them, big enough to drive a semi through. It's hard to avoid. Even the Back to the Future trilogy, one of the most tightly constructed time travel stories in the history of the subject, has a major plot point that was never fully explained.
KISS gets booted from a Michael Jackson tribute concert, Roger Clemens may be in even more trouble now, and a restaurant makes customers promise to turn their cell phones off before they eat...Now I have a Mantenna, ho ho ho!