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Carrie Fisher, 35 Pounds Lighter, IS Keeping Mum About ‘Star Wars VII’ But Her Mother Certainly Isn’t!


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Carrie Fisher was asked to lose 35 pounds, approximately 2.5 stone, for her upcoming role in Star Wars VII. The actress best known for her iconic role as Princess Leia revealed whilst attending an event in honour of her mother, Singing in the Rain actress Debbie Reynolds.

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Carrie Fisher with her mother Debbie Reynolds at the 'Debbie Reynolds - Auction Finale' on Wednesday.

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Debbie Reynolds and Grauman's Chinese Theatre Thursday 12th April 2012 at the TCM Classic Film Festival opening night premiere of the 40th anniversary restoration of 'Cabaret' at Grauman's Chinese Theatre

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Debbie Reynolds and Grauman's Chinese Theatre
Debbie Reynolds and Grauman's Chinese Theatre
Debbie Reynolds and Grauman's Chinese Theatre
Debbie Reynolds and Grauman's Chinese Theatre
Debbie Reynolds and Grauman's Chinese Theatre

Debbie Reynolds Tuesday 24th January 2012 Debbie Reynolds at the 'One for the Money' premiere at the AMC Loews Lincoln Square.

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Debbie Reynolds Thursday 20th October 2011 at The Grove to film an appearance for the entertainment television news programme 'Extra' Los Angeles, California

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Debbie Reynolds and Mario Lopez
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Debbie Reynolds Monday 17th October 2011 arriving at LAX airport Los Angeles, California

Debbie Reynolds, Carrie Fisher and Emmy Awards - Debbie Reynolds, Carrie Fisher Los Angeles, California - 2011 Primetime Creative Arts Emmy Awards Saturday 10th September 2011

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Debbie Reynolds, Carrie Fisher and Emmy Awards
Debbie Reynolds, Carrie Fisher and Emmy Awards
Debbie Reynolds, Carrie Fisher and Emmy Awards
Debbie Reynolds, Carrie Fisher and Emmy Awards

Debbie Reynolds Thursday 16th June 2011 inside the Paley Center in Beverly Hills greeting members of the public viewing her Legendary Film Memorabilia Collection that is being auctioned

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Carrie Fisher and Debbie Reynolds - Carrie Fisher, Debbie Reynolds, Billie Catherine Lourd (Three Generations) Los Angeles, California - The Debbie Reynolds Hollywood Memorabilia Collection Auction Preview at Paley Center - Arrivals Tuesday 7th June 2011

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Debbie Reynolds Thursday 1st April 2010 Debbie Reynolds: Alive And Fabulous - Photocall held at the Sofitel hotel London, England

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Beth Fowler and Debbie Reynolds Monday 15th June 2009 Friars inductee luncheon honoring show business legend Debbie Reynolds held at the Friars Club New York City, USA

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Nearly two, Debbie Reynolds and Joan Rivers Wednesday 3rd June 2009 Nearly two and a half centuries of experience as Arlene Dahl (81) and Debbie Reynolds (77) and Joan Rivers (76), who have a combined age of 234, attend Reynolds' debut engagement at Cafe Carlyle. It is the first time she has appeared on stage in New York in over twenty-five years. New York City, USA

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Joan Rivers and Debbie Reynolds - Joan Rivers and her daughter Melissa Rivers New York City, USA - Opening night of Debbie Reynolds' debut engagement at the Cafe Carlyle at the Carlyle Hotel Wednesday 3rd June 2009

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Debbie Reynolds and Clint Eastwood - Debbie Reynolds and Clint Eastwood Los Angeles, California - 'The Thalians' 53rd Annual Gala honouring Clint Eastwood, held at The Beverly Hilton Sunday 2nd November 2008

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Debbie Reynolds and Clint Eastwood
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Debbie Reynolds and Clint Eastwood

Jane Russell and Debbie Reynolds - Jane Russell, Debbie Reynolds Sunday 21st October 2007 at Beverly Hilton Hotel Beverly Hills, California

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Debbie Reynolds - Dan Chayefsky San Diego, California - Opening night after party for the new musical " A Catered Affair" held at Prado Restaurant. Sunday 30th September 2007

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Charlotte's Web (1973) Review


Excellent
That's soooooooooooooooome pig!

Long before there was Babe, and long before The Lion King crooned about "The Circle of Life," Charlotte's Web taught every child about life, friendship, and death -- all courtesy of a talking pig and his spider friend, Charlotte.

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In & Out Review


Weak
Lackluster and highly overrated film about a small town schoolteacher who is outed on national TV. The stir it creates in the town is one helluva hootnanny! Or so we are supposed to believe. Droll and not very funny, saved only be a great performance by Kline. Somehow Cusack got an Oscar nomination out of this thing, which proves that, yes, the fix really is in.

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What's The Matter With Helen? Review


Bad
What's the matter with Helen? She's a raving lunatic, and given that she's played by Shelley Winters in 1971, she's obese, to boot. It doesn't help that Helen and her pal Adelle (Debbie Reynolds) are both mothers of sons who are convicted murderers. When they move to Hollywood to start over, Adelle moves beyond it (grandstanding in some 15 minutes of song-and-dance numbers with the children she's teaching) but Helen turns into an evangelical nut. High camp without much comedy value.

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Mother Review


Excellent
As Norman Bates said it: "A boy's best friend is his mother." And just as Norman's family had its own brand of extreme dysfunctionality, Albert Brooks dredges up more of his neuroses in Mother, a new comedy about making peace with your past -- particularly with Mom.

At least I think that's what it's about. Mother starts off with a definitive whimper, and it takes a long time to get to the real story. (Lisa Kudrow makes a short appearance at the film's opening -- which bodes ill for the film, as it violates the "Never put a Friend in a movie" rule which was established early last year.)

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Singin' In The Rain Review


Essential
Being a child of Star Wars and Pretty in Pink, it's usually hard for my generation to appreciate frou-frou musicals.

Not so with Singin' in the Rain, probably the best musical ever made and 50 years after its original production, its special edition DVD proves it's just as great now as when it was originally produced. If somebody doesn't like this movie, they're either dumb, dead, or both.

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Charlotte's Web Review


Excellent
That's soooooooooooooooome pig!

Long before there was Babe, and long before The Lion King crooned about "The Circle of Life," Charlotte's Web taught every child about life, friendship, and death -- all courtesy of a talking pig and his spider friend, Charlotte.

Continue reading: Charlotte's Web Review

Kiki's Delivery Service Review


Very Good
Hayao Miyazaki scored a big kid-friendly hit with this story about a 13-year-old witch living on her own for the first time. (Yeah, tough love for pubescent Japanese witches!) Unfortunately, Kiki's Delivery Service lacks a lot of depth; though it's exquisitely sweet and endlessly watchable (and much better than Miyazaki's widly overrated Castle of Cagliostro),

Kiki (voiced in the U.S. version by Kirsten Dunst), in keeping with her people's tradition, jets off with broom and talking cat (Phil Hartman) to a random city in order to become the town witch. Unfortunately, Kiki hasn't really thought this through, and soon enough she finds that not only does she have no real marketable skills, she has no place to live and little money, too.

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Rugrats In Paris: The Movie Review


Very Good
Well, the Rugrats are back, and, as usual, they're way too sophisticated for their audience. The Simpsons of the Nickelodeon Network has meandered its way back onto the big screen, and this time they are hitting the streets of Paris with more Freudian slips than a sexually-charged first date.

To start with, Grandpa Lou has gotten remarried (leading into, by the way, an excellent parody of The Godfather in the first scene) and all Chuckie wants is a mommy. Meanwhile, Stu Pickles gets a call from Paris demanding that he come to fix a giant mechanical Reptar (a wonderful running Godzilla/Pokemon spoof gag from the series) which he designed.

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Fear And Loathing In Las Vegas Review


Very Good
You might be tempted to dismiss Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas as a curiosity, an attempt to exploit the pockets of fame enjoyed by Hunter S. Thompson and director Terry Gilliam.

When I first saw the film in 1998, that's what I did.

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That's Entertainment! Review


Very Good
Like no other industry, Hollywood has the unique ability to celebrate itself. That's Entertainment! is nothing but the unabashed patting of itself on the back, but damn if it isn't a film that's as important as any other.

That's Entertainment! -- which would spawn two sequels and another DVD of extras (available on the box set, see right) -- is more accurately a celebration of MGM and its legacy of movie musicals. Shot in 1974, the film takes us on a tour of MGM's then-sprawling backlot (which was torn down shortly thereafter), radically contrasting the dilapidated sets with the films that were originally shot on them. Stars like Sinatra, Astaire, Crosby, Kelly, Minnelli, and Reynolds (Debbie, not Burt) are our tour guides, hosting us on our walkthrough the back lot and introducing the clips of past films starring themselves and their friends.

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Connie & Carla Review


OK

Its plot is "Some Like It Hot" meets "Victor/Victoria" and it's not half as clever as either, but "Connie and Carla" -- Nia Vardalos' writing-starring follow-up to "My Big Fat Greek Wedding" -- earns its share of amused grins for campy show tunes and cross-dressing gags.

Vardalos and Toni Collette ("The Sixth Sense," "About a Boy") play corny showgirl wannabes from the Midwest who equate doing dinner theater with hitting the big time. But while enthusiastically belting out over-costumed clinkers at a half-empty airport lounge, they inadvertently witness a murder and are forced to run for their lives from a vicious drug dealer (Robert John Burke).

Panicking about where to hide, they decide to find "someplace where there's no theater, no musical theater, no dinner theater. No culture at all!"

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