Tagged: Amanda Seyfried

Movie Review: ‘Ted 2’

Andrew Payne reviews "Ted 2," a comedy that's too obsessed with jokes for its own good.

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Movie Review: ‘While We’re Young”

'While We're Young' is piercingly honest and funny. Scott Youngbauer reviews the new Noah Baumbach comedy.

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Review: ‘A Million Ways to Die in the West’

Dan Schindel says that A Million Ways to Die in the West falls falt.

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Sex Sells: The Top 6 Most Scandalous Film Roles in Hollywood

Shia LaBeouf's sex-filled Nymphomaniac clip may have gotten banned from YouTube, but he's far from the first star to ever take on a sexy, controversial film role. Let's take a look at six actors' most scandalous films.

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Review: ‘Epic’

The title is a bit misleading. Dan Schindel delves into the new animated flick, and delivers a mini-manifesto about judging kid movies.

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Interview: Justin Zackham, Director of ‘The Big Wedding’

Brad Liberti talks to Justin Zackham about the joys of directing his star-studded cast in this week's The Big Wedding.

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Box Office: This Means Failure

Everything new loses while Denzel manages a major upset to number one. Anthony Fertino with the analysis.

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Review: Somewhere ‘In Time’ There’s a Movie

The sci-fi thriller In Time has a compelling premise but has a tough time figuring what kind of movie it wants to be.

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The Slop Blog: Red Riding Hood

How does a promising film become a flop? Katie Mae Peters starts her new series called "The Slop Blog" by looking at the failure of Red Riding Hood.

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Review: ‘Red Riding Hood’ Lost in the Woods

How do you take a short fairy tale warning kids not to talk to strangers and stretch it into a feature film? In Red Riding Hood's case, not very successfully, says Kit Bowen.

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Spunberg: Don’t Judge a Letter by its Envelope

While many look at "Letters to Juliet" and see a schmaltzy romantic comedy, Adam Spunberg sees something different. Starring Amanda Seyfried, Vanessa Redgrave, and Christopher Egan, "Letters to Juliet" is a meaningful film with a light-hearted sensibility, Spunberg says.

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