Tagged: Russell Brand

Movie Review: ‘Trolls’

Hiko Mitsuzuka has a hard time finding his happy place while reviewing the colorful and persistently cheerful "Trolls."

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Russell Brand Forced Wardrobe Girl to Flash Him, Delaying Production on ‘What About Dick?’

It’s already been dubbed a case of “movie title imitating life” – it was the moment when Russell Brand sank of a new low, refusing to begin filming filming Eric Idle's new musical 'What About Dick?' until he had convinced a wardrobe assistant to flash him.

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Review: ‘Rock’ of Mediocre, More Like It

Rock of Ages is probably a thrilling, feet-stomping stage musical but as a cinematic jam session? Not so much.

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Celebrity Bachelors: Who Should Let ABC Help Them Find Love

Tim Tebow may have turned down the offer, but what other celebrities would be good candidates for The Bachelor?

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Celebrity Divorce Gone Wild

It's true that divorce runs rampant in Hollywood. Fallon Okwuosa breaks down the latest celebrity marriages that have, well...broken down.

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Celebrity Engagements and Divorces – Will Life Imitate Art?

Jennifer Spelkin takes a look celebrity marriages and divorces.

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Review: Russell Puts His Brand on ‘Arthur’

Though unnecessarily remade, Russell Brand's version of Arthur is light-hearted fun, says Aphrodite Manousos.

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Picktainment Weekly: Four Films

Aphrodite Manousos discusses Arthur, Ryan Koch is down on Your Highness, and Kit Bowen covers those films as well as Soul Surfer and Born To Be Wild. Phil Wallace hosts our Picktainment Weekly Podcast.

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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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Branding the American Dream

What happens when Russell Brand performs at the Acme Comedy Theater? Aphrodite Manousos has the scoop.

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‘The Tempest’ is a Study in Contradictions

Despite boasting an all-star cast, Julie Taymor's remake of "The Tempest" is a disappointment, says Courteney Merritt. While Helen Mirren is fine in taking on the lead role (it's a male role in Shakespeare's play), the film still has too many contradictions and falls flat.

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