five seasons, it seems as though the boys from Entourage are finally
ready to grow up. Vince, Drama, Turtle and E return this Sunday at
10:30pm for the Entourage Season 6 premiere, and maturity is finally
been more than seven months since we last saw HBO's hip crew, and
Vincent Chase (Adrian Grenier) spent his hiatus starring in Martin
Scorsese's Gatsby. As Entourage season 6 begins, the film is ready to
open and relaunch Vince's career.
as has always been the case, Vince isn't particularly interesting.
He's a surprisingly bland actor who is immune to the world. He has
fun, sleeps with sexy women in coat closets and cars, and lets
nothing alter his mood. The rest of the gang is a different story.
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The sexual joke in the wily indie comedy Humpday involves a couple of straight guys, old college pals a decade out of school, who, after a night of stag partying among free-loving lesbian babes, make a plan to have sex together on camera as their transgressive entry in an amateur porn contest.
MPAA: Rated R for some strong sexual content, pervasive language and a
scene of drug use.
time: 94 minutes
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Sacha Baron Cohen's new quasi-documentary stunt comedy, is, if anything, a crazier,
funnier, and even pricklier pincushion of a movie than Borat,
his 2006 tweak of all things dumb, bigoted, and American. Teaming up
again with director Larry Charles, Baron Cohen once more wanders the
U.S. landscape in the put-on guise of an egomaniacally doltish yet
weirdly resonant pest. Brüno, who has no known surname, is a homosexual Austrian fashionista claiming to be a reporter from an Austrian television station. He is an Austrian fashion-celebrity-fame whore in skintight hot pants
and a frosted mop of Eurotrash hair that spills over his forehead
like the tail of a dead squirrel. Sacha
Baron Cohen, who plays Brüno, interviews unsuspecting guests about
topics such as fashion, entertainment, celebrities
and homosexuality, with an emphasis on the latter as each interview
are cameos, knowingly or not, by Paula Abdul, La Toya Jackson,
Harrison Ford, Ron Paul, Bono, Chris Martin, Elton John, Slash, Snoop
Dogg and Sting.
MPAA Rating: R for pervasive strong and crude sexual content, graphic nudity and language.
Running time: 82 minutes.
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NECCO (New England Confectionery Company) dates its start back to the summer of 1847 and is the oldest multi-line candy company in the United States. They manufacture timeless candy classics like Sweethearts and have obtained the licensing to produce Sweetheart Twilight candy.
All the cool blood-sucking teen vampires are chomping on these fruity candy hearts instead of mortal human necks! On the back of the box, there are four hearts with their corresponding flavors: Orange Obsession; Tempting Apple; Passion Fruit and Secret Strawberry. The phrases printed on the hearts are Twilight themed, such as "Soul Mate," "Bite Me," "Secret," "Forks," "Live 4 Ever," "Bad Guy," "Dazzle," and "Lamb" to name a few.
Best of all - some will sparkle in the sunlight like the film's main vampire, Edward!
Source: Candy Warehouse
In the aftermath of a gruesome restaurant murder, the survivors of the attack are left to ponder their own mortality and how it relates to their connection to society. Forest Whitaker, Guy Pearce, Kate Beckinsale, and Dakota Fanning star in director Rowan Woods' adaptation of Roy Freirich's debut novel. Winged Creatures premiered at the Los Angeles Film Festival and opens Thursday, July 9, 2009, at a theater near you. Check local listings for movie theaters and times.
MPAA: Rated R for violent content, sexuality and language.
Run time: 100 minutes
"Pic looks generally bland, though Woods manages some telling views of hospitals, casinos, diners and other iconic American spaces where people mingle and bump into each other -- sometimes fatally. Marcelo Zarvos' doomy, repetitive score tends to burden the film's already burdensome flow." Variety
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