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Robin Thicke's New Album Titled 'Paula': Ten More Cringe-Worthy Album Titles


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In perhaps the most audacious and downright ridiculous move the music business has witnessed in the last few years, singer Robin Thicke has announced his new album will carry the title of Paula, which by some strange coincidence just happens to be the name of his estranged wife- actress Paula Patton.

Thicke and Patton at 56th Grammy AwardsThicke and Paula in more happy circumstances.

To say such a public declaration of love is cringe-worthy would be an understatement, it is such a trite attempt at reconciling with his wife that is seems like something straight out of Spinal Tap. You can imagine the album title sitting quite comfortably alongside the likes of Smell The Glove and Shark Sandwich. As if that wasn’t irksome enough, Thicke’s debut single from the album is entitled "Get Her Back” and it sees the ageing crooner positively straining to exude as much heartfelt sincerity as he can before he gives himself a heart attack.

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at the 2011 Do Something Awards kick-off event at B.B. King Blues Club & Grill

Crispin Glover - Crispin Glover, Carrie Keagan New York City, USA - at the 2011 Do Something Awards kick-off event at B.B. King Blues Club & Grill Monday 23rd May 2011

Mr Nice Review


Excellent
The life of notorious drug smuggler Howard Marks hits the big screen in a lively, fiercely well-made biopic that never condemns drugs as its story spirals through the decades. It also features Ifans' best-ever performance.

Born in a rugby-mad Welsh mining town, Howard Marks (Ifans) knew he didn't fit in and proved it by getting into Oxford against the odds. There he immediately falls into the early-1960s brainy/druggy crowd, dealing marijuana but never anything harder. Despite efforts to go straight, he continually returns to trafficking, arguing that it's not a crime to break an immoral law. But his associations with a notorious IRA terrorist (Thewlis) and a rule-bending Indian businessman (Djalili) attract the attentions of a tenacious American agent (Tosar).

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In the 1970's Howard Marks was one of the biggest weed smugglers in the world but the Welshman from the small town of Kenfig never indented to become such a major player in the industry. In the beginning Marks started out as a relatively minor drug dealer, supplying small amounts of dope but as his connections began to grow more opportunities became available.

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Hot Tub Time Machine Review


OK
For a film produced by and starring John Cusack, this is unusually corny. But there's enough knowing humour in the script and performances to keep us laughing, even when things get downright stupid.

After a bad breakup, Adam (Cusack) gathers his chucklehead pal Lou (Corddry) and sensibly married buddy Nick (Robinson), plus Adam's nerdy nephew Jacob (Duke), for a skiing holiday in a resort they knew 25 years ago. But after a dip in the hot tub, they find themselves in 1986, reliving a fateful weekend during which they try to resist changing history. Awash in a riot of off-primary coloured clothing, the three friends try to re-navigate old waters while Jacob attempts to make sure that he's conceived on schedule.

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Hot Tub Time Machine Trailer


When Adam and Nick discover their friend Lou almost killed himself (by accident, though they're not convinced) they decide to take him and Adam's nephew away for a break. Where better to take their old mate than Kodiak Valley Ski Resort a place where all three men have fond memories of their past.

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MGM & United Artisits' 'Hot Tub Time Machine' after party, held at Cabana Club in Hollywood

Crispin Glover and Clark Duke - Crispin Glover, Clark Duke Los Angeles, California - MGM & United Artisits' 'Hot Tub Time Machine' after party, held at Cabana Club in Hollywood Wednesday 17th March 2010

MGM & United Artisits' 'Hot Tub Time Machine' after party, held at Cabana Club in Hollywood

Crispin Glover and Craig Robinson - Crispin Glover, Craig Robinson Los Angeles, California - MGM & United Artisits' 'Hot Tub Time Machine' after party, held at Cabana Club in Hollywood Wednesday 17th March 2010

Alice In Wonderland Review


OK
The visual inventiveness in this film is so impressive that it almost makes up for the ill-conceived script, which tries to turn Lewis Carroll's classic tales into a Lord of the Rings-sized post-apocalyptic adventure epic.

It's been 13 years since Alice (Wasikowska) visited Wonderland, although she now believes it was all a dream. When she falls down that rabbit hole again, she doesn't remember anyone, but they remember her, and soon she's involved in a series of portentous events involving the nasty Red Queen (Bonham Carter), her nice sister, the White Queen (Hathaway), and a mythical dragon called Jabberwocky (Lee). She's helped through this by the Hatter (Depp), a smiling cat (Fry), a blue caterpillar (Rickman), two chubby twins (Lucas) and a white rabbit (Sheen), among others.

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9 Review


Good
Inventively animated with a striking attention to detail, this offbeat thriller might have trouble finding an audience, as the sweet and scary elements sit rather awkwardly alongside each other. But it's still ambitious and engaging.

Number 9 (Wood) is a brave little creature who wakes up into a decimated city where meets the inventive 2 (Landau), who's promptly captured by a scary monster. Soon 9 finds a community led by conservative leader 1 (Plummer) with his muscly/dim bodyguard 8 (Tatasciore) and obsessive sketch artist 6 (Glover).

It's the friendly 5 (Reilly) who accompanies 9 to rescue 2, and along the way they meet swashbuckling 7 (Connolly) and bookish twins 3 and 4. Together they need to figure out how to stop a voracious soul-sucking machine.

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Open Season 2 Review


OK
What do you do when your moderately successful CG cartoon demands a sequel, and yet your two main stars more of less bail on said cinematic return? Well, if you're the studio behind the semi-successful 2006 title Open Season, you hire a couple of knock-offs and crank up the cash machine. Indeed, anyone looking for Mr. Demi Moore/Ashton Kutcher or Mr. You So Crazy/Martin Lawrence to show up and saunter as manic mule deer Elliot and cool Kodiak bruin Boog respectively will be greatly disappointed. On the upside, however, a group of new characters has been added that really bring an extra dimension to the animal antics.

It's been a year since Boog (Mike Epps) and Elliot (Joel McHale) chased a group of ravenous redneck hunters out of their woods, and things are looking up for both of our heroes. As a matter of fact, the cowardly buck is poised to marry his sunny sweetheart Giselle (Jane Krakowski). During the ceremony, dachshund pal Mr. Weenie (Cody Cameron) is "reunited" with his previous owners and dragged into the RV for a trip to a pet theme park. Looking for an excuse to skip his nuptials, Elliot rallies his best buddy and his babe, along with angry squirrel McSquizzy (Billy Connolly), to find the missing mutt. Unfortunately, they are about to come face to face with an unhinged poodle named Fifi (Crispin Glover -- oh yes) who hates all wildlife and will do everything in its power to stop Mr. Weenie from going back to nature.

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Beowulf Review


Weak
From the advent of sound with 1927's The Jazz Singer to the computer-generated effects breakthrough of 1989's The Abyss -- advancements in technology have had a major impact on cinematic storytelling, for better and worse. New technologies open up more cinematic experiences and new avenues for directors and actors to explore their craft. But it's easy to get caught up in the razzmatazz of the latest spectacle, instead of focusing on age-old, tried and true thematic substance. And that's exactly Beowulf's tragic flaw.

The Beowulf legend originates from a 700 A.D. oral tradition that was adapted in epic poem form by the English and into film form by director Robert Zemeckis -- using motion-captured live-action performances that are turned into a computer-generated light show. Much like the IMAX 3D screenings of Zemeckis' previous effort, The Polar Express, Beowulf's tale of a hero who comes to rid a Scandinavian village of its monster, while screaming his name every chance he gets, is more a showcase for RealD technology than an engaging film.

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Crispin Glover

Date of birth

20th April, 1964

Occupation

Actor

Sex

Male

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1.85