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George Lopez - The Ninth Annual George Lopez Celebrity Golf Classic Dinner at Lakeside Golf Club, Celebrity Golf Classic - Burbank, California, United States - Monday 2nd May 2016

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George Lopez , Eva Longoria - The Ninth Annual George Lopez Celebrity Golf Classic at Lakeside Golf Club, Celebrity Golf Classic - Burbank, California, United States - Monday 2nd May 2016

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George Lopez and Eva Longoria
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George Lopez and Eva Longoria
George Lopez and Eva Longoria

George Lopez, Eva Longoria, Cedric The Entertainer , Arsenio Hall - The Ninth Annual George Lopez Celebrity Golf Classic at Celebrity Golf Classic - Los Angeles, California, United States - Monday 2nd May 2016

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George Lopez, Eva Longoria, Cedric The Entertainer and Arsenio Hall
George Lopez, Eva Longoria, Cedric The Entertainer and Arsenio Hall
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George Lopez and Eva Longoria
George Lopez and Eva Longoria

George Lopez , Aimee Garcia - Celebrities watch the Los Angeles Dodgers play the San Diego Padres at Dodger Stadium - Los Angeles, California, United States - Saturday 30th April 2016

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George Lopez and Aimee Garcia
George Lopez and Aimee Garcia

Video - The Cast Of 'Rio 2' Enjoy An Upbeat Musical Choir At The Fontainebleau Miami Beach Premiere


Stars Anne Hathaway, George Lopez and Jamie Foxx were a few members of the 'Rio 2' cast who sat and enjoyed the choir of singers chanting along to a Latin beat at the movie's Fontainebleau Miami Beach premiere.

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George Lopez and Mayan Lopez - The Los Angeles premiere of 'Smurfs 2' - Arrivals - Westwood, California, United States - Sunday 28th July 2013

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Video - George Lopez Discusses The Funniest Scene, Family Rivalry And Voice Acting In An Interview About 'Escape From Planet Earth'


'Lopez Tonight' star George Lopez discusses his character, family rivalry and the funniest scene in the movie during a press junkett interview for his new animated film 'Escape From Planet Earth'.

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Video - Justin Timberlake Plays Funny Man George Lopez At Shriners Golf Tournament In Vegas


Singer and avid golfer Justin Timberlake practises putting during Shriners Golf Tournament at TPC Summerlin in Las Vegas. Later on it appears that he is about to play against comedian George Lopez, who entertains the spectators with a few jokes at one point asking, 'Who do you guys want for president: the black guy or the orange one?' which earns him a collective laugh.

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Justin Timberlake And Bill Murray Among The Stars For Ryder Cup Captains And Celebrity Scramble


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Justin Timberlake, Bill Murray and Olympic swimming great Michael Phelps were among a slew of famous names who putted their way through the first Ryder Cup Captains and Celebrity Scramble on Tuesday (September 25th).

With the cup itself set to kick off on Friday (September 28th) the aim of the Captain and Celebrity Scramble was to provide a bit of light relief and warm-up entertainment, with stars teaming up with professional players over a 10-hole game at the Medinah Country Club in Illinois, the same venue where the Ryder Cup proper will tee off.

On confidence alone, professionals should've been clamouring to team up with Timberlake, give the great reception his new look Myspace has been attracting this week. However, he like many of the celebrities was more interested in playing up to the crowd than taking his own game seriously. So whilst the professionals carried the burden of the teams, the likes of Caddyshack star Murray indulged in joking around front the crowd whilst comedian George Lopez smoked a cigar and ordered beers for his team. The eventual winners were Lopez and swimmer Phelps, the latter's competitive spirit still shining through; Murray and his teammate Timberlake came second.


The Smurfs Trailer


Standing three apples high, the tiny Smurfs live happily and peacefully in their medieval Smurfs village. However, their quiet way of life is threatened by the evil wizard Gargamel and his long-suffering, wise cracking cat Azrael. Gargamel wants to become the most powerful sorcerer in the world and to do that, he needs the Smurfs' essence.

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Video - George Lopez Arriving At The Late Show With David Letterman


George Lopez, the American comedian, actor and talk show host, arriving at the Ed Sullivan Theatre in New York City for a taping of The Late Show with David Letterman. Wearing a smart black suit with matching shirt and dark sunglasses, Lopez posed for photographers before entering the venue through a side door.

George was joined on the show by Harry Potter star Emma Watson and the American actor Chris Evans, while music was provided by the acclaimed rock band Incubus

George Lopez and Anthony Anderson - George Lopez, Anthony Anderson and his Family, Studio City, California - The Lopez Foundation celebrates 4th of July with fireworks and a salute to our troops held at the CBS Studios Monday 4th July 2011

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Rio Review


Excellent
A lively South American beat infuses this colourful animated romp. The filmmakers make the most of the characters and settings without ever trying to teach us a lesson or make us cry. It's just great fun.

Blu (voiced by Eisenberg) is a blue macaw raised in Minnesota alongside a little girl Linda (Mann). Years later, bird-rescuer Tulio (Santoro) wants to take Blu back to Rio de Janeiro so he can mate with the last remaining female of the species, Jewel (Hathaway). But in Brazil, the courtship between Blu and Jewel gets off to a rocky start, not least because Blu never learned how to fly. And when smugglers steal them, they need a variety of locals (including Lopez, Morgan, Foxx and Will.i.am) to help them escape from a menacing cockatoo (Clement).

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Rio Trailer


Blu is a rare macaw parrot who never learnt to fly, after all he's never had the need to use his wings, his owner Linda provides everything he needs. Together they live a happy life, but when a scientist informs Linda just how rare Blu is, they hatch a plan to mate Blu with a female Bird who lives in Rio de Janeiro.

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Marmaduke Trailer


Marmaduke is perhaps the world's most famous Great Dane, he was originally brought to life in a newspaper comic strip drawn in the 1950's by Brad Anderson. Now Marmaduke is set to make his motion picture debut. When the Winslow family (along with Marmaduke and their cat Carlos) make a move to LA, Marmaduke pictures the perfect life from now on, after all - LA is home to some of the best dog parks in the world! However, when he arrives, the parks are great but how could any dog from outside LA deal with all the rivalry between Mutts vs. Pedigrees! It might take Marmaduke a little longer to find his 'pawing' than he first thought.

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Valentine's Day Trailer


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George Lopez - Saturday 21st November 2009 at Kodak Theatre Hollywood, California

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The Spy Next Door Trailer


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George Lopez Thursday 10th September 2009 Padres Contra El Cancer's 9th Annual 'Sue-o De Esperanza' Benefit Gala held at The Hollywood Palladium Hollywood, California

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George Lopez Monday 1st June 2009 World Premiere of 'The Proposal' at The El Capitan Theatre Hollywood, California

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Beverly Hills Chihuahua Review


Weak
Of all the misguided movie genres, the modern family film is the most disingenuous. While it argues that it's merely providing "quality" entertainment to those underserved by Hollywood's obsession with sex and violence, the truth is that most G- to PG-rated fare is far more insidious. Applying a sugar-coated Saturday morning superficiality to what's supposed to pass for pleasantries, the Tinsel Town machine still finds a way to manufacture out all the fun. Disney's disappointing live action comedy Beverly Hills Chihuahua can be accused of a great many faults -- indirect racism, single digit IQ writing, past-tense pop culture awareness -- but one thing it cannot claim is an ability to reach beyond its typical tween demographic.

Chloe (the voice of Drew Barrymore) is the most pampered pooch in all of sunny LaLa Land. Her owner (Jamie Lee Curtis) is a rich cosmetics titan who indulges her pet's every non-human whim. When the mogul needs to fly off to Europe to launch her new line, she must rely on her prissy, high strung niece Rachel (Piper Perabo) to mind her valuable canine. Showing just how responsible she is, our substitute sitter instantly accepts an invitation to weekend in Mexico, and takes Chloe along for the unnecessary ride. Dognappers eventually hijack the hound, and it's up to an ex-cop German Shepherd (voiced by Andy Garcia), a good natured landscaper (Manolo Cardona), and his frisky Chihuahua Papi (voiced by George Lopez) to rescue the four footed female before it's too late.

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Henry Poole Is Here Review


OK
Faith is a funny thing. What other aspect of one's life demands so much and yet typically yields such fleeting pragmatic rewards? Conviction is usually couched in terms of a higher power, but we also demand belief in ourselves and in our fellow man. In fact, what's clear about faith is that it penetrates far too many facets of our lives -- or, at least, that's what Mark Pellington wants us to see with his quirky character dramedy Henry Poole Is Here. While our hero is having a hard time facing the realities of his fleeting existence, his neighbors are more than willing to throw aside common sense for a glimpse of God's hand.

You see, Henry Poole (Luke Wilson) is dying. He has an unnamed disease which his doctor (Richard Benjamin) swears will "steamroll" through him. Hoping to reconnect with his past, Henry moves back to his home town. When he can't purchase his old house, he settles for a dilapidated number down the street. After he moves in, his nosy neighbor Esperanza (Adrianna Barraza) notices a watermark on his wall. To Henry, it's the sign of a bad stucco job. For her, it's the face of Christ. It's not long before the genial Father Salazar (George Lopez) arrives to conduct a Church-sponsored investigation. Even without confirmation, the smudge cures a little mute girl, much to her mother's (Radha Mitchell) amazement and helps a nearly blind girl named Patience (Rachel Seiferth) see. But the big questions remains: Will it help Henry? Or can anything?

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George Lopez Monday 5th November 2007 Callaway Golf Foundation Tournament to benefit the Entertainment Industry Foundation's Cancer Research Programs, held at the Riviera Country Club Los Angeles, California

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Balls Of Fury Review


Weak
The humor of a game like ping-pong is the outright laziness and inaction that goes into it. It's a sport designed for drunken high-school parties, frat-house basements, and stoners who need to do something while Jerry and Marley jam out (the same could be said about billiards). Ben Garant's Balls of Fury is contingent on this knowledge; the absurdity of lending some sort of importance to something that is basically as relevant as the color of sock you are currently wearing.

At first, Fury nails this ridiculous tone. The rise of ping-pong star Randy Daytona, a 10-year-old prodigy of the game, is adorned by numbskull television personalities and revered by the entire nation, including Ronald and Nancy Reagan. His defeat at the Olympics by German player Karl Wolfschtagg (Thomas Lennon, who also serves as producer and co-writer) is viewed not only as a personal loss, but a loss for America. His father (Robert Patrick) has his head lopped off due to the German victory, and Randy vanishes into obscurity.

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Real Women Have Curves Review


Very Good
You think you had it rough as a teenager? Well maybe you didn't like your English teacher, but did your oppressive mother say you couldn't go to college because you needed to stay home and work in your sister's dress sweatshop -- for no pay?

That's what I thought.

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Bread And Roses Review


Very Good
Not to be confused with Bread and Tulips, this oddly compelling look at illegal immigrant janitors who unionize in San Diego is far more interesting than its plot description. While Adrien Brody is engaging as the brash organizer and Pilar Padilla makes a wonderful impression as an immigrant organizee/love interest, the show is all but stolen by George Lopez's hilariously dead-on turn as the evil janitorial foreman.

The Adventures Of Sharkboy And Lavagirl In 3-D Review


Good
It seems entirely possible that Robert Rodriguez made Spy Kids 3-D: Game Over in 3-D in order to conform to the '80s law of third installments (kids, ask an eyewitness about the third Jaws or Friday the 13th movies). It seems equally plausible that the director's Adventures of Sharkboy and Lavagirl in 3-D is in 3-D because it makes an excellent title sound even better. I speculate out of love for Rodriguez's brand of moviemaking as cottage industry, and because the 3-D effects are more retro than special, more cute gimmick than image enhancer. In fact, during The Adventures of Sharkboy and Lavagirl they started to make me drowsy.

Or maybe that was the story, which feels improvised and inconsequential. The movie is about Max (Cayden Boyd), a fourth-grader with an active imagination, troubles at home, and few friends at school. He is rescued from his misery by two of his own creations, Sharkboy (Taylor Lautner) and Lavagirl (Taylor Dooley), who spirit him away to the planet Drool. Drool is under attack from fantastical bad guys who bear a striking resemblance to Max's teacher and bully.

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The Adventures Of SharkBoy & LavaGirl In 3-D Review


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As if to make up for the ultraviolence in his "SinCity," director Robert Rodriguez bringsout his second film of the year this week -- the family-friendly adventure"The Adventures of Sharkboy and Lavagirl."

In this film, a young boy named Max (Cayden Boyd) dreamsthat he meets two child superheroes, SharkBoy (Taylor Lautner) and LavaGirl(Taylor Dooley). Max is unable to convince anyone that they actually existuntil they show up in his classroom and whisk him away to Planet Drool,where only he can help save the day.

As in his "SpyKids 3," Rodriguez presents a good portionof the action in 3-D, and audience members are asked to don or remove theirglasses at crucial points. Rodriguez is nothing if not enthusiastic, andhe packs his film with dozens of jokes and ideas, no matter how silly.But he's a long way off from the energy of the original "SpyKids," and the difference lies betweenthe definitions of "childlike" and "childish."

His own children are old enough now to help him with hisstorytelling duties, and Rodriguez is so charmed by parenthood that hecan no longer edit out the stuff that doesn't work. Great chunks of "SharkBoyand LavaGirl" simply embarrass with their infantile thought patternsand their anxious attempt to appeal to young viewers. Moreover, the filmmakerhas developed a slightly disturbing penchant for close-ups on LavaGirland her dazzling Denise Richards-like smile.

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Real Women Have Curves Review


Good

Self-respect, self-confidence and self-empowerment are the rah-rah-rah themes of "Real Women Have Curves," a winning, if a little pandering, coming-of-age indie about a East Los Angeles Latina with a vexatious mother, a generous figure and an admirable amount of gumption.

Inspired by Josefina Lopez's autobiographical underground stage hit that premiered at San Francisco's Teatro de la Esperanza in 1990, the film centers on 18-year-old Ana (talented and appealing newcomer America Ferrera), a girl whose intelligence and ambition have always met with frustrating discouragement from her traditional family.

Freshly graduated from a Beverly Hills high school that she rode two busses every day to attend, Ana is being encouraged to apply for scholarships by a teacher who sees her potential. But her meddling, small-minded mother (the fantastic Lupe Ontiveros, "Chuck and Buck") is determined that Ana should become an additional family breadwinner by working in her sister's struggling dress factory.

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Bread & Roses Review


Weak

"Bread and Roses" isn't a movie so much as a political soapbox made of celluloid, so if you lean to the right on unionization and immigrant's rights, you might as well stop reading right here.

Personally, I tend to lean left. But no so far left that I'm ready to embrace this movie's selfish, ungrateful main character just because she makes minimum wage without benefits as a janitor, one month after sneaking over the border.

Maya (Pillar Padilla) is living in Los Angeles on the good graces of her older sister Rosa (Elpidia Carrillo), who helped her get into the country and got her a job cleaning offices in a downtown skyscraper. And even though generous, sacrificial Rosa -- who supports an injured husband and a handful of kids on her meager salary at the same job -- specifically asks her to not rock the boat at work, Maya gets involved with a union organizer named Sam (Adrien Brody) and it isn't long before she's helping lead marches and protests against the building's owners, tenants and contractors.

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George Lopez

Date of birth

23rd April, 1961

Occupation

Actor

Sex

Male

Height

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George Lopez Movies

La Vida Robot Trailer

La Vida Robot Trailer

NASA are sponsoring a highly esteemed robotics competition, where students from various schools compete to...

Rio 2 Trailer

Rio 2 Trailer

Blu and Jewel believe that they are two of a kind as the only full...

Rio 2 Trailer

Rio 2 Trailer

Blu and Jewel's babies are growing up fast and developing an eagerness to learn about...

Rio 2 Trailer

Rio 2 Trailer

Blu and Jewel live as an idyllic life as any blue macaw could wish for,...

Smurfs 2 - I'm Too Smurfy Trailer

Smurfs 2 - I'm Too Smurfy Trailer

The Smurfs are back in a brilliant movie sequel that sees them take on evil...

The Smurfs 2 Trailer

The Smurfs 2 Trailer

The Smurfs return following a harrowing experience lost in New York while being pursued by...

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Escape From Planet Earth Trailer

Escape From Planet Earth Trailer

Scorch Supernova is a highly respected astronaut who also happens to be a brawny blue...

The Smurfs Movie Review

The Smurfs Movie Review

A simplistic approach means that this charming adventure-comedy will only appeal to very young children....

The Smurfs Trailer

The Smurfs Trailer

Standing three apples high, the tiny Smurfs live happily and peacefully in their medieval Smurfs...

Rio Movie Review

Rio Movie Review

A lively South American beat infuses this colourful animated romp. The filmmakers make the most...

Rio Trailer

Rio Trailer

Blu is a rare macaw parrot who never learnt to fly, after all he's never...

Marmaduke Trailer

Marmaduke Trailer

Marmaduke is perhaps the world's most famous Great Dane, he was originally brought to life...

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Valentine's Day Trailer

Valentine's Day Trailer

Watch the trailer for Valentine's Day *Chick Flick Alert* Valentine's Day is a romcom set,...

The Spy Next Door Trailer

The Spy Next Door Trailer

Watch the trailer for The Spy Next DoorJackie Chan's character is a good guy who's...

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