Friday, May 27, 2011

Celebs' Summer Movie Recs | Star Market: Ed Helms | Laurel Nakadate


Combat Hospital Trailer: The Canadian Doctor Soap You Didn't Know You Wanted

Check it oot.

Amy Winehouse Gives the World More Crap References to Her Famous Song

She's going back to rehab.

Judging the Season Finales, From Best to Most Baffling

From 'House' to 'The Good Wife' to 'The Mentalist.'

The Ten Hottest Prospects From This Year’s Book Expo

New works by Jeffrey Eugenides and Ann Patchett were among the novels and nonfiction that walked away with the most buzz.

A Conversation With Famously Reclusive Tree of Life Director Terrence Malick*

"You're very kind."


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Movie Reviews: Mr. Nice, Tuesday, After Christmas, and Puzzle

Rhys Ifans is marvelously louche as a drug dealer in 'Mr. Nice,' but the rise-and-fall tale is too familiar.

Real Housewives of New York City Recap: ‘How Could I Be Afraid of Snakes?’

The ladies land in Morocco.

J.J. Abrams Is Still Really, Really Into Mysteries

He's been toting around a "mystery box" since he was a kid.

Miranda July, Paul Scheer, and More Tell Which Summer Movies They’re Eager to See ... or Fearing

Paul Scheer: "I'm an abused wife for the 'Transformers' franchise."

The Year in TV Ratings: Winners, Losers, and the Power of Snooki

In the valuable 18 to 49 demo, 'Jersey Shore' outrated 'Modern Family,' 'Glee,' and 'Grey's Anatomy.'

The Star Market: Can Ed Helms Ride The Hangover to Solo Glory?

Let's break it down.

Vulture Bytes: Piano and Guitar Hacks

Instapaper for video, a gadget that adjusts your guitar knobs, the easiest way to learn piano, and the new Nook.

Party Lines Slideshow: James van der Beek, Zach Galifianakis, Ed Helms, and More at a Screening of The Hangover Part II

Who cares about the bad reviews? It's a party!

Movie Review: Kung Fu Panda 2 Is Fast, Fun, and a Little Disturbed

It gets a little weird and dark, but the spazzy sequel mostly delivers the same beautifully animated goofball shenanigans as the first.

The Sequelitis Study of American Pie, Part 3: Our Writers Face the End, and a Lot of Bodily Fluids

After the last three straight-to-video disasters, what's to be gained by bringing back the original cast?


Laurel Nakadate


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