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Veronica enjoys a life of luxury with her rich husband, though work has never been something she's warmed to. During a big party celebrating her husband's success, she bumps into an old school friend named Ashley - an artist making very little money from her passion who has been employed as a caterer at the event. Naturally they clash over their very different lives which results in a full-on drunken brawl. Unfortunately, it doesn't end well Veronica who wakes up from a coma in hospital two years later and finds herself penniless and alone. 

Meanwhile, Ashley's life has changed dramatically; she and her girlfriend are expecting their first baby and she's managed to make something of a success out of her artwork. Veronica has no choice but to get a job as a maid, and she subsequently swears revenge on the woman who knocked her out. More fights ensue and it only gets more and more brutal.

Scheduled to hit theatres on March 3rd 2017, 'Catfight' is new comedy written and directed by Onur Tukel ('Summer Of Blood', 'Applesauce', 'Richard's Wedding'). 

Selma Blair , Alicia Silverstone - 2016 CFDA Fashion Awards - Red Carpet Arrivals - New York, New York, United States - Tuesday 7th June 2016

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Alicia Silverstone - An Evening With Women event at the Hollywood Palladium - Inside at Hollywood Palladium - Palladium, California, United States - Saturday 21st May 2016

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Alicia Silverstone - 9th Annual Women in Film Pre-Oscar Cocktail Party at Hyde Sunset Kitchen + Cocktails - Arrivals at HYDE Sunset: Kitchen + Cocktails - West Hollywood, California, United States - Friday 26th February 2016

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Alicia Silverstone - 9th Annual Women in Film Pre-Oscar Cocktail Party at Hyde Sunset Kitchen + Cocktails - Arrivals at HYDE Sunset: Kitchen + Cocktails - Los Angeles, California, United States - Friday 26th February 2016

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Alicia Silverstone - Alicia Silverstone takes her son, Bear Blu Jarecki, to the Farmers Market - Los Angeles, California, United States - Sunday 14th February 2016

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Alicia Silverstone - The 2015 American Music Awards (AMAs) - Arrivals at Microsoft Theater, American Music Awards - Los Angeles, California, United States - Sunday 22nd November 2015

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Alicia Silverstone - PETA's 35th Anniversary Party at Hollywood Palladium - Arrivals - Los Angeles, California, United States - Wednesday 30th September 2015

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Alicia Silverstone - PETA's 35th Anniversary Party at Hollywood Palladium - Hollywood, California, United States - Thursday 1st October 2015

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Lohan Is "Nervous But Excited" About West End David Mamet Debut


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Lindsay Lohan is set to make her West End and stage debut in David Mamet's Speed-The-Plow. The production could not be more appropriate for the 27-year-old actress as it satirises Hollywood and the pressures and debauchery which occur behind the scenes. Lohan certainly knows how fickle the film industry can be and the pressures, when in the public eye, to succeed. The former Disney star went through something of a rocky patch starting in 2010 and has only appeared healthy again. 

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Lindsay Lohan will play Karen in Speed-The-Plow.

Lohan is set to play Karen, a secretary working for a Hollywood producer, who is courted and seduced by two producers causing to complications in their working relationship. When the play was first performed on Broadway in 1988, Madonna took the lead as Karen. Since its debut the role of Karen in Speed-The-Plow has been portrayed by Elisabeth Moss and Alicia Silverstone, as the BBC reports. 

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"Elimination Communication" And Other Gems, Alicia Silverstone's Parenting Book


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Clueless actress Alicia Silverstone has been causing a stir with her recently published parenting book, entitled The Kind Mama: A Simple Guide to Supercharged Fertility, a Radiant Pregnancy, a Sweeter Birth, and a Healthier More Beautiful Beginning. Catchy.

Alicia SIlverstone parenting book Alicia Silverstone's parenting book has caused quite a stir

So, we know we shouldn't judge a book by its cover but right off the bat we’re going to assume there will be some pretty questionable advice. We’re all for raising your children how you want to raise your children, but shoving it down other people’s throats is a whole other ball game.

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Butter - Trailer Trailer


Laura Pickler is the proud and doting wife of long-time butter carving champion Bob Pickler. When Bob is forced to relinquish his title for that year's butter carving competition (an annual event in their small town in Iowa), Laura determinedly decides to step up and submit her own talents in order to keep the title in the family. However, her confidence is diminished when an unusual opponent also enters the competition. That opponent is 10-year-old adopted girl Destiny who is allowed to participate by her accepting but fairly sceptical foster parents Julie and Ethan. If that wasn't enough to spur Laura's determination then what comes next certainly will be. It is revealed that Bob has become hopelessly infatuated by a gorgeous stripper named Brooke who goes by the stage name of Tokyo Rose and who also happens to be entering the competition in a bid to snatch the butter carving champion title from Laura's reach. While the competition initially was created to represent the excellence in butter, it now becomes about power, politics and sex.

'Butter' is set to become a huge hit with its hilarious all-star cast, ridiculous subject matter and humour that is set to win the hearts of movie lovers everywhere. Directed by Jim Field Smith ('She's Out of My League') and the screenwriting debut of up and coming star Jason A. Micallef, you won't have to wait for 'Butter' any longer with a release date that couldn't be any nearer on October 5th 2012.

Starring: Jennifer Garner, Ty Burrell, Olivia Wilde, Rob Corddry, Ashley Greene, Alicia Silverstone, Hugh Jackman, Kristen Schaal, Yara Shahidi, Pruitt Taylor Vince, Phyllis Smith

Video - The Cast And Director Of 'Butter' Arrive At The NY Premiere


The stars of brand new comedy 'Butter' including Jennifer Garner, Ashley Greene, Ty Burrell, Olivia Wilde, Alicia Silverstone and Yara Shahidi arrive at the movie's New York premiere along with director Jim Field Smith.

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The Art Of Getting By Trailer


George is a senior at a private high school in New York. He has never done a day's work in his life and sees no point in trying to do anything because sooner or later he will die. When he should be working on assignments for school, he watches TV, listens to music or does anything that isn't what he should be doing. Despite never taking Art classes seriously, George shows talent at drawing and it's his favourite subject, but his untapped talent isn't enough to save him from the principal who puts him on academic probation due to constant slacking.

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Alicia Silverstone Sunday 2nd December 2007 "Movies Rock" 2007 - arrivals at the Kodak Theater Los Angeles, California

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Alicia Silverstone - Tuesday 26th June 2007 at Ken Paves Hair Salon Beverly Hills, California

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Scooby-Doo 2: Monsters Unleashed Review


Bad
Clearly, the Scooby-Doo franchise is geared toward kids; after all, it is a cartoon. Yet, as I sat through a Saturday morning screening of Scooby-Doo 2: Monsters Unleashed, the youngsters at my screening were astonishingly quiet. The abundance of laughter I anticipated was absent; this surprised me considering the same team behind the amusing first film was responsible for this one. A farting CGI Scooby-Doo does generate laughs in a few strategic spots, but mostly, the filmmaker's failure to hit the target audience cripples this film's ability to be lighthearted and fun.

The initial setup is a simple. Scooby and the Mystery Inc. gang find themselves fighting a series of monsters they have previously conquered that are miraculously brought back to life. The monsters were part of a new exhibit at Coolville's Coolsonian Museum until an anonymous masked villain releases them to wreak havoc on the city. Mystery Inc. to the rescue? Nope: Their investigation is hampered by a public relations nightmare created by an overzealous reporter Heather Jasper-Howe (Alicia Silverstone) who criticizes the gang on local television. Instead of focusing on the task at hand, Fred (Freddie Prinze Jr.) and Daphne (Sarah Michelle Gellar) spend most their time trying to protect their image.

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Love's Labour's Lost Review


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Film musicals are a tough sell these days. It's either the annual Disney animation vehicle or it's Edward Norton dancing to swing music. I could probably count the last five years worth of decent musicals on my left hand. The juxtaposition of dialogue with song and dance always seems to remind me of the tragedies of my high school drama days. Those damn tights. The bad pancake makeup.

Kenneth Branagh's latest Shakespearean opus, Love's Labour's Lost, falls into the category of an ingenious experiment gone horrible wrong. Like a bartender with one too many vodka-tonics on his breath, Branagh mixes one of Shakespeare's lesser-known comedies with the music of Cole Porter and Irving Berlin and places everything in 1939 France. Think the Rat Pack in some bad 1960s film.

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Batman & Robin Review


Terrible
This fourth episode in the Batman series isn't a movie so much as a theme park. It wasn't scripted so much as run through the Hollywood script mill, where every line of dialogue is reduced to a catchphrase. "Allow me to break the ice," says Mr. Freeze (Arnold Schwarzenegger), "My name is Freeze. Learn it well. For it's the chilling sound of your doom." That groaner is representative of pretty much every line of Batman's arch-nemesis. He later posits such zingers as, "Tonight, hell freezes over!" and "You're not sending me to the cooler!" This is not character development so much as paint-by-numbers screenwriting, where you can imagine the gang sitting around wondering what incorrigible pun they'll come up with next.

Tim Burton's first two Batman films were all about this nerd auteur playing with a gigantic train set, so even though the stories were threadbare and superficial, at least Burton brought a highly stylized pop Gothic look. Jack Nicholson hammed it up nicely as the Joker and Michelle Pfeiffer's Catwoman was an unforgettably sexy femme fatale who was able to hold her own in a power struggle with the caped crusader. Say what you will, the films had their moments, and even miscast Michael Keaton was an enjoyable wild card.

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Hideaway Review


Bad
Let's get this straight. Hideaway is the worst movie I've seen in months. Watch Jeff Goldblum dance around for two hours trying to keep Aerosmith's favorite video girl, Alicia Silverstone, from getting whacked by the bad guy. Yawn. Only the heavy metal soundtrack is redeemable: it keeps the audience awake.

Cool And The Crazy Review


Terrible
Bleargh.

Ever wonder what became of Ralph Bakshi -- who made those weird Lord of the Rings videos in the '70s along with Fritz the Cat? Well, among other atrocities he's responsible for this film, Jared Leto's first film and one of Alicia Silverstone's earlier appearances, too.

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Blast From The Past Review


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A great score never hurt anybody, and with its hoppin' swing tunes, Blast From the Past gets quite a boost from a jumping swing soundtrack!

Oh... wait a sec... the movie, right? Well, what are you expecting? Maybe: "Blast From the Past is a thoughtful analysis of Cold War posturing and American paranoia in the 1960's?" I don't think so. Let's try: "Blast From the Past is a feel-good romp about a fish out of water who tries to make sense out of a world gone wacky!"

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Rock My World Review


Weak
An old English couple poses as servants and allows an American rock band to stay at their country estate for a week. This ridiculous story just about scrapes bottom when Alicia Silverstone applies glitter makeup to the face of Joan Plowright. Pity Peter O'Toole, who is so far above this material and yet takes everything in stride. He almost makes the movie worth watching for his stuffy butler performance.

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Clueless Review


Bad
Oh, how the mighty have fallen. Amy Heckerling, director of the now-classic Fast Times at Ridgemont High, after free-falling through Look Who's Talking and its (first) sequel, has turned in an unquestionably dismal look at the wealthy teen's life in the mid-'90s.

But this ain't no 90210. Starring Alicia Silverstone and a gaggle of talentless teen actors and actresses, the title of Clueless is perfect Truth in Advertising. Told as a "This is my life" from rich kid Cher (Silverstone), the film is an update of Emma that follows the socialite through her daily ritual--schmoozing for better grades, applying makeup, leading on boys, and generally being a snob (but proud of it). Flat jokes abound; the laughs are at the cast, not with them.

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Beauty Shop Review


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The laughs come fast and easy in "Beauty Shop," a sharp-tonguedspin-off from IceCube's "Barbershop"comedies that follows stylist Gina Norris (Queen Latifah) as she opensher own salon. But the minimal-effort plot keeps getting underfoot.

After performing peripheral duties in "Barbershop2: Back in Business," Gina has moved fromChicago to Atlanta in this picture so her daughter can attend a prestigiousperforming arts school. To pay for it she's been putting up with workingunder Jorge, the pompous, flamboyantly skanky owner of a ritzy downtownsalon -- played by Kevin Bacon with a gleefully bad Euro-trash accent andgreasy, over-highlighted hair in his eyes.

But as the movie opens, she's just about had enough. Packingup her scissors and you-go-girl self-confidence, she hooks a small bankloan and fixes up a neglected beauty shop on the edge of a rough neighborhood,where inherits a handful of mouthy stylists with chips on their shouldersand hopes for the best.

Following the successful "Barbershop" formula,the movie's strength is its colorful cast of characters for whom no topic-- from bikini waxes to Oprah Winfrey -- is off-limits to zingers and smartremarks. They range from the ever under-appreciated Alfre Woodard as aheritage-proud black hairdresser who knows a Maya Angelou quote for everyoccasion to Alicia Silverstone as a bumpkin shampoo girl (with an unconvincingsouthern accent) who leaves Jorge's with Gina and gets a ghetto makeoverafter slowly winning over her new co-workers.

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Scooby-Doo 2: Monsters Unleashed Review


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Scooby and Shaggy save the day in "Scooby-Doo 2: Monsters Unleashed" -- or to be more precise, they save the movie. The scaredy-cat dog and his whimpering stoner sidekick get all the laughs (and all the "eeewww!" gags), with such disparity that it's as if a different screenwriter (with half the wit) wrote the balance of the movie.

Alas, James Gunn (who wrote the first "Scooby" movie and last week's clever but dumbed-down "Dawn of the Dead" remake) penned the whole thing -- even the paid product placements for Burger King and the 15-minutes-of-fame sing-along cameo by "American Idol" winner Ruben Studdard.

Sigh.

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Love's Labour's Lost Review


Good

For a long time I've had a theory that the musical genre couldn't survive the cynicism of modern audiences except as a ironic in-joke, like the "South Park" movie or as a post-modern homage, like Woody Allen's "Everyone Says I Love You."

I couldn't have been more wrong -- and leave it to Kenneth Branagh, a writer-director-actor who has made his name revitalizing old (old, old!) school entertainment -- to prove it by bringing back the kind of weightless musical delight that carried Fred Astaire and Ginger Rogers to stardom.

For his new adaptation of Shakespeare's "Love's Labour's Lost," Branagh has re-imagined the buoyant romantic comedy as a classy, corny, 1930s movie musical, complete with uplifting dance numbers and a catalog of favorite big band ditties sung with great enthusiasm (if not great skill) by a quality cast of cheerful actors clearly having the time of their lives.

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Blast From The Past Review


OK

"Blast From the Past" is one of those high-conceptmovies in which the gimmick becomes an albatross around the story's neck.

An obliging comedy about a 35-year-old man-boy raised ina backyard bomb shelter by parents who panicked during the Cuban MissileCrisis, the movie stars Brendan Fraser as the wide-eyed innocent makinghis first foray to the surface in 1998 on the assumption that civilizationwas destroyed by nuclear war.

What he finds instead is the San Fernando Valley and aromance with Alicia Silverstone.

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Alicia Silverstone

Date of birth

4th October, 1976

Occupation

Actor

Sex

Female

Height

1.65






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The Killing of a Sacred Deer Movie Review

The Killing of a Sacred Deer Movie Review

Greek filmmaker Yorgos Lanthimos reteams with his The Lobster star Colin Farrell for another offbeat...

Diary Of A Wimpy Kid: The Long Haul - Clips and  Trailer

Diary Of A Wimpy Kid: The Long Haul - Clips and Trailer

Greg Heffley is a bright young boy who is desperately tired of not having control...

Catfight Trailer

Catfight Trailer

Veronica enjoys a life of luxury with her rich husband, though work has never been...

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Butter - Trailer Trailer

Butter - Trailer Trailer

Laura Pickler is the proud and doting wife of long-time butter carving champion Bob Pickler....

Vamps Trailer

Vamps Trailer

Stacey and Goody are two vampires cursed to remain young and beautiful forever after being...

The Art of Getting By Movie Review

The Art of Getting By Movie Review

Mopey, style-free filmmaking undermines what might have been an engaging coming-of-age movie. The bright cast...

The Art Of Getting By Trailer

The Art Of Getting By Trailer

George is a senior at a private high school in New York. He has never...

Alex Rider: Operation Stormbreaker Trailer

Alex Rider: Operation Stormbreaker Trailer

This summer sees the eagerly awaited big screen debut of 14 year old special agent...

Scooby-Doo 2: Monsters Unleashed Movie Review

Scooby-Doo 2: Monsters Unleashed Movie Review

Clearly, the Scooby-Doo franchise is geared toward kids; after all, it is a cartoon. Yet,...

Love's Labour's Lost Movie Review

Love's Labour's Lost Movie Review

Film musicals are a tough sell these days. It's either the annual Disney animation...

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