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Ryan Phillippe

  • Will Forte, Kristen Wiig Save the World in 'MacGruber' TV Series Trailer

    The eight-episode series premieres Dec. 16

    • TV & Movies
  • 'Big Sky' Is a Big Disappointment From One of TV's Best Creators

    David E. Kelley's new ABC human-trafficking drama leans away from its central characters and wallows in exploitation

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  • Why Canceling 'The Hunt' Was Wrong

    By burying the hot-button horror film, Universal has set a dangerous precedent — and broke faith with viewers unafraid to see their society reflected on the big screen

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  • NBC Places Pilot Order for 'Cruel Intentions' Sequel Series

    Original director Roger Kumble attached to helm script penned by masterminds behind musical adaptation of Nineties film

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  • The Lincoln Lawyer

    Confession: I'm addicted to the crime fiction of Michael Connelly, with a bullet next to the page-turners featuring attorney Mickey Haller, defender of desperate scumbags and the occasional lost cause. So why was I hesitant about seeing the movie version of The Lincoln Lawyer, the first of the four Haller novels Connelly has written so […]

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  • Stop-Loss

    Here's the first major movie of the new year that touches greatness, and damn if there isn't a curse hanging over it. Stop-Loss, directed with ferocity and feeling by Kimberly Peirce (Boys Don't Cry), is up against the war raging between audiences and films about Iraq. Box-office casualties last year include Lions for Lambs, Rendition, […]

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  • Will.i.am Drafts Jessica Alba, Ryan Phillippe for Second Obama Video

    http://www.youtube.com/v/ghSJsEVf0pU Will.i.am has posted another star-studded video to show his support for Democratic presidential hopeful Barack Obama. This time the Black Eyed Pea has recruited Jessica Alba, Ryan Phillippe, George Lopez, Kerry Washington, Malcolm-Jamal Warner from The Cosby Show and more celebs to contribute uplifting spoken word passages to "We Are the Ones." "I would […]

    • Politics
  • Flags of Our Fathers

    If you like movies that spew clichés, Clint Eastwood will not make your day. Since winning his first directing Oscar, for 1992's Unforgiven, Eastwood has been on a creative roll with the unsparing Mystic River and Million Dollar Baby (Oscar number two). At seventy-six, he's doing risky work while his contemporaries retire or, worse, conform. […]

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  • Crash

    Racism collides with its targets during one thirty-six-hour period in Los Angeles. Alive with bracing human drama and blistering wit, the film benefits from the strong directing debut of Paul Haggis, the screenwriter of Million Dollar Baby. In the style of Magnolia, Haggis and co-writer Bobby Moresco weave many stories (too many) into the narrative. […]

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  • Gosford Park

    Upstairs, the mistress of the house boffs a young valet. Downstairs, a randy aristocrat bangs away at a plump kitchen maid. All the while, the police try to figure out who killed the lord of the manor. Everyone is a suspect. Set in an English country estate, in 1932, Gosford Park appears to be a […]

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