Tagged: James Marsden

Movie Review: ‘Welcome to Me’

Andrew Payne reviews the new film Welcome to Me, a bizarre cringe comedy that serves as a showcase for Kristen Wiig.

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Review: ‘Walk of Shame’ Limps Along as a Comedy

Elizabeth Banks is effervescent as a comedic lead, but Walk of Shame fizzles out on laughs.

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Review: ‘Anchorman 2: The Legend Continues’

It's been nine years, and the news team is back. How well do Ron Burgundy and company fare?

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Review: ‘Lee Daniels’ The Butler’

Aided by Forest Whitaker's fantastic performance, 'Lee Daniels' The Butler' is an epic, emotionally complex film, limited only by its overstocked cast.

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Review: ‘Robot & Frank’

Robot & Frank envisions a “near future” where artificial intelligences may replace specialized caretakers, a nicely realized world, according to Dan Schindel.

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30 Rock: The Return of Avery Jessup

Last night's 30 Rock featured the long-awaited return of Elizabeth Banks as Jack's estranged wife. Roberto Rico has the recap

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’30 Rock’ recap: St. Patrick’s Day

Last night's 30 Rock proves that everyone is Irish on St. Patrick's day. Roberto Rico has the recap

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Review: ‘Straw Dogs’ is an Effective Remake

While not as memorable as the 1971 Sam Peckinpah original, Rob Lurie's remake of Straw Dogs is an effective variation of the original, says Scott Youngbauer.

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Weekly No. 1: ‘Hop’ and ‘Super’

In the first of our two Picktainment Weekly Podcasts, Courteney Merritt discusses Hop, while Megan Lane and Phil Wallace disagree on Super.

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Review: ‘Hop’ Jumps High

James Marsden stars in Hop, the latest CGI/live action film which includes Russell Brand as the voice of the Easter Bunny heir. Courteney Merritt says it's a delightfully refreshing film that can appeal to broad range of ages.

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Hunger Games Series: Cinna or Saint

Adam Spunberg and Savanna New break down the top contenders for the role of Cinna, Katniss's heroic fashion designer and friend, with help from The Hob's Gabby Vittoria and Pauline Hughes. The leading candidates could be Ewan McGregor, Jude Law, Hugh Dancy, James Marsden, Cillian Murphy, Logan Lerman, and hopefully NOT Adam Lambert.

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