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Jessica Alba - 2016 Billboard Music Awards held at the T-Mobile Arena - Arrivals at T-Mobile Arena, Billboard Music Awards - Las Vegas, Nevada, United States - Sunday 22nd May 2016

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Jessica Alba - The 20th Annual Webby Awards - New York, New York, United States - Tuesday 17th May 2016

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Jessica Alba - Jessica Alba out shopping on her birthday with a friend - Los Angeles, California, United States - Thursday 28th April 2016

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Jessica Alba - Jessica Alba, dressed casually in gym clothes, out and about in Los Angeles - Los Angeles, California, United States - Sunday 3rd April 2016

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Jessica Alba - Jessica Alba leaving her hotel in New York - Manhattan, New York, United States - Tuesday 29th March 2016

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Jessica Alba - Jessica Alba at Los Angeles International Airport (LAX) - Los Angeles, California, United States - Wednesday 17th February 2016

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Jessica Alba , Rosie Huntington-Whiteley - Saint Laurent at Hollywood Palladium - Fashion Show at The Hollywood Palladium - Los Angeles, California, United States - Thursday 11th February 2016

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Jessica Alba - Saint Laurent at Hollywood Palladium - Arrivals at The Hollywood Palladium - Los Angeles, California, United States - Wednesday 10th February 2016

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Jessica Alba - Saint Laurent at Hollywood Palladium - Arrivals at The Palladium - Hollywood, California, United States - Wednesday 10th February 2016

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Jessica Alba - Jessica Alba out and about in a blue stripe maxi dress and clog boots at beverly hills - Los Angeles, California, United States - Monday 8th February 2016

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Jessica Alba - Jessica Alba collects an outfit from a store before shopping for homeware goods at Williams-Sonoma - Los Angeles, California, United States - Sunday 17th January 2016

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Jessica Alba, Honor Marie Warren , Haven Garner Warren - Jessica Alba and Cash Warren arrive at Los Angeles International (LAX) Airport with their two daughters. Cash arrived at the airport with the assistance of crutches. - Los Angeles, California, United States - Saturday 2nd January 2016

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Jessica Alba - Jessica Alba and husband Cash Warren leaving separately after having lunch together at restaurant in Beverly Hills - Los Angeles, California, United States - Sunday 29th November 2015

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Jessica Alba - Jessica Alba takes her daughters Honor and Haven on a shopping trip in Beverly Hills at beverly hills - Beverly Hills, California, United States - Saturday 28th November 2015

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Jessica Alba, Cash Warren, Honor Warren , Haven Warren - Jessica Alba out and about with her husband Cash Warren and two daughters, Honor and Haven, on a sunny day in Beverly Hills at Beverly Hills - Los Angeles, California, United States - Sunday 22nd November 2015

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Jessica Alba - Jessica Alba speaks during a keynote Q&A with Gloria Steinem at the Pennsylvania Conference for Women at Philadelphia Convention Center - Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, United States - Thursday 19th November 2015

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Jessica Alba - Jessica Alba does some shopping in Beverly Hills - Los Angeles, California, United States - Sunday 15th November 2015

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Video - Jessica Alba Is Classy In Glowing Gown At The 2014 NYWIFT Designing Women Awards


'Sin City' actress Jessica Alba looked positively glowing in her stunning strapless bronze gown at the 2014 NYWIFT (New York Women in Film and Television) Designing Women Awards held at the McGraw Hill Building, where she was accompanied on the red carpet by her friend and award-winning make-up artist Evelyne Noraz.

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A Week In Movies: Films Premiere In Hollywood, Texas And Mexico, Captain America Gathers Buzz, Sin City 2 Delivers A Trailer And Rumours Swirl About Episode Vii Casting


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Muppets Most Wanted's world premiere

Two new films held their premieres in Hollywood this week. Muppets Most Wanted's world premiere was attended by stars Tina Fey, Ricky Gervais, Ty Burrell, Kermit and Miss Piggy. Meanwhile, Aaron Paul, Dominic Cooper and Imogen Poots walked the red carpet for Need for Speed, which also hits cinemas this weekend. Take a look at photos from the colorful if not slightly odd 'Muppets Most Wanted' Premiere. Or the marginally more grown up premiere for 'Need for Speed' and you can read the 'Need for Speed' Movie Review here.

Following its world premiere at the South by South West Festival, Veronica Mars also held red carpet premieres in Hollywood and New York with Kristen Bell and the cast. You can see the 'Veronica Mars' cast have their selfie game on point at SXSW for the premiere. Or you can read our 'Veronica Mars' Movie review here. And in Mexico City, Darren Aronofsky turned up with cast members Jennifer Connelly, Logan Lerman and Douglas Booth for the world premiere of his new film Noah, which also released a new extended trailer ahead of its release in two weeks. Here the detail on the 'Noah' movie making first waves in mexico despite religious controversy. And here's that 'Noah' extended trailer.

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Jessica Alba Says Acting Is "Like A Drug" And Reveals How Playing Different Roles Is Liberating


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Jessica Alba revealed she has an addiction!

The 32 year-old will not be quitting acting anytime soon as she reveals it "is like a drug."

Alba, who is featured on the front cover of the 2014 March issue of Nylon magazine, craves all different types of roles especially any that are completely different from her home life.

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Video - Jessica Alba And Allison Williams Among Mercedes Benz Fashion Week Glamour


There were some particular glamorous famous faces spotted arriving at the Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week Spring/Summer 2014 in New York. Among them were 'Sin City' star Jessica Alba wearing what looked like a cross between a blazer and a varsity jacket, 'Girls' actress Allison Williams in a monochrome bodycon dress and Bella Thorne from 'Shake It Up!' in fiery red and purple jumpsuit.

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Jessica Alba Doesn’t ‘Need’ To Work – Okay? So Serious Roles Only


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In a blatent yet accidental admittance that she used to do anything for money, Jessica Alba has stated that she doesn’t really need to work anymore, and in light of that, will only accept really serious roles.

“When you have kids, you kind of think, I don’t need to work just to work. I want to sink my teeth into a character that makes it worth not being with my kids, or not being at the office,” explains Alba. “Having kids, having strong relationships with my husband, my friends, that it is my priority… that’s what really defines me, not a tabloid or a movie opening or a poster or an endorsement.” If no one is willing to take her seriously as an actor, then perhaps people will as an entrepreneur. Last year Jessica launched her own eco-friendly lifestyle company, The Honest Company, and most recently, she launched a new book: The Honest Life. Jessica compares her book to other celebrities authors, telling New York Daily News: “Gwyneth Paltrow probably lives a very similar lifestyle, but I didn't grow up with a bunch of money, so my tips are much more grounded: repurposing things and making things at home.”

Alba and environmental activist, Christopher Gavigan’s company sells affordable and 'unquestionably safe' baby products to help families live in the healthiest environment as possible, until Alba lands a role she thinks is serious enough, that is.

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Pitch Perfect Star Rebel Wilson To Host MTV Movie Awards 2013


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Rebel Wilson, the comedy actress currently starring in Pitch Perfect, will host the 2013 MTV Movie Awards, the network announced in a first look trailer on Thursday (December 20, 2012). Set to air on April 14, Wilson will become the first woman to host the event since Sarah Silverman emceed in 2007. 

Female comedians are taking over next year's awards' ceremonies, with Amy Poehler and Tina Fey tasked with hosting the Golden Globes. The MTV Awards sometimes get it right with their hosts (Russell Brand, Andy Samberg, Sarah Silverman, Will Smith), though often get it very, very, wrong. Lindsay Lohan hosted in 2004, while Jessica Alba didn't exactly set the show alight in 2006. Anyway, Wilson - as the comedy actress of the moment - seems a pretty solid choice. The Australian played Brynn in the smash-hit Bridesmaids and went on to star in A Few Best Men, What To Expect When You're Expecting, and Pitch Perfect. She's currently writing a comedy named Super Fun for the ABC Network, and stars alongside Mark Wahlberg and Dwayne Johnson in the action-comedy Pain & Gain.

The 2012 MTV Movie Awards was held at the Gibson Amphitheatre in Los Angeles in June. It was dominated by The Hunger Games, Twilight and Bridesmaids. 

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Beyonce And Jay-Z Lose Their Claim On 'Blue Ivy'


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That's right, Beyonce and Jay-Z, contrary to popular belief, are actually capable of failure. We didn't think it possible. If somewhere in the depths of the universe there's an allowance of Luck for Earth, those two are definitely using up a good 40% of the planet's limit- if that were the case we could probably even blame them for the European financial crisis. However, the ultimate power-couple have finally failed at something.

In January of this year, just after the birth of their baby Blue Ivy, Beyonce and Jay-Z filed to copy-write 'Blue Ivy'. Unfortunately for the 'Crazy in Love' couple, Blue Ivy is already in use by an events company of that name. The company was forced to defend their current branding, which they have used since 2009- right about the time baby Blue Ivy became merely a twinkle in the eyes of her parents.

Beyonce had wanted to use the name in the future to begin a line of baby-clothing, reports E! Celebrity baby clothing lines are nothing new and Gwen Stefani and Tori Spelling both have their own range. However, it's Jessica Alba that tops the baby-style list, with her business 'The Honest Company', which provides eco- and child-friendly baby products. On the company's website she said, "I created The Honest Company to help moms and to give all children a better, safer start". As much as setting your child up a business in its infancy is a great start in life, we far favour Jessica Alba's approach, honest.

Video - Jessica Alba And Jenna Dewan-Tatum Arrive For SELF's Women Doing Good Awards


Jessica Alba And Jenna Dewan-Tatum Arrive For SELF's Women Doing Good Awards 'Sin City' star Jessica Alba and dancer Jenna Dewan-Tatum are among those photographed on the red carpet at SELF magazine's fifth annual Women Doing Good Awards. The publication's editor in chief Lucy Danziger also makes an appearance as does Alba's husband Cash Warren, SELF's vice president and publisher Laura McEwen and 'Today' host Hoda Kotb. Among the event honourees were Sabrina Cohen (a quadriplegic who works to raise money for paralysis treatments), athlete Tonia Farman who works against cancer, Catherine Wyatt-Morley who works against HIV and AIDS and Gracie Cavnar who works to improve the junk food diets of many children.

Video - Jessica Alba's Day Out In Soho


'Sin City' actress Jessica Alba is spotted out and about in Soho, New York City, chatting with a friend.

31-year-old Jessica rose to fame with her role as Max Guevera in the sci-fi television series 'Dark Angel'. She has recently been filming two new movies now in post-production; comedy 'A.C.O.D.' and animated film 'Escape From Planet Earth'; and she is set to begin filming for a new Robert Rodriguez ('Sin City', 'Once Upon A Time In Mexico') action film, 'Machete Kills' in which she will play Sartana

Video - Glamorous Actresses Jessica Alba And Uma Thurman Dazzle On Red Carpet - An Evening With Ralph Lauren Hosted By Oprah Winfrey Arrivals Part 4


Actress Jessica Alba (The Eye; Honey; Spy Kids 4: All The Time In The World) and her husband Cash Warren left their children home to attend An Evening With Ralph Lauren Hosted By Oprah Winfrey at the Lincoln Center in New York. Jessica posed separately for photos as well as cuddling up to her husband on the red carpet and she appeared to be very happy.

Kill Bill star Uma Thurman (Pulp Fiction; Gattaca) also walked the red carpet and was the picture of elegance in a navy trouser suit and black shrug

Video - Jessica Alba Jokes With Photographers


Actress Jessica Alba (Sin City; Fantastic Four; Honey) leaves Gavert Altelier salon in Los Angeles in high spirits. Responding to the photographer's calling her name in delight, Jessica jokes that 'there's gotta be more people to follow', before deciding that 'everyone' must be out of town. Despite her complaints, she smiles all the way to her car.

Jessica Alba may have shot to fame in teen movie 'Honey' but she first appeared in the children's TV show, 'The Secret World of Alex Mack'. More recently, she and her husband, Cash Warren, welcomed their second child into the world on August 13th, 2011

Spy Kids: All The Time In The World Review


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Rodriguez attempts to reboot his children's adventure series with this raucously colourful fourth film, which uses the 4D gimmick of Aroma-scope. But it feels more like a cheap kids' TV series than an actual movie.

Rebecca and Cecil (Blanchard and Cook) are young teens living with their TV-host dad Wilbur (McHale) and his sexy new wife Marissa (Alba). No one knows that Marissa is actually a super-spy who has retired to give birth to a daughter. But now the world is being threatened by the sinister Timekeeper, and her boss (Piven) asks her to come back to work. When Rebecca and Cecil end up in the middle of things, they discover that they're rather adept at being spy kids, mentored by now-grown siblings Carmen and Juni (Vega and Sabara).

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Video - Jessica Alba, Rebecca Gayheart And Eric Dane At Coldwater Canyon Park At The Same Time


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Video - A Pregnant Jessica Alba Parks Her Car And Walks Into A Building Not Answering Any Of The Photographers Questions


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Little Fockers Review


Weak
While this second sequel to Meet the Parents features the same comedy of embarrassment and vulgarity as its predecessors, it also takes a strange sideways step into machismo that leaves it feeling rather joyless.

As their twins (Daisy Tahan and Colin Baiocchi) are about to turn 5, Greg and Pam Focker (Stiller and Polo) are planning a big birthday party involving both of their sets of parents. While Pam's intense dad Jack (De Niro) is pressuring Greg to be a family leader, her mom (Danner) tries to keep the peace.

Meanwhile, Greg's parents (Streisand and Hoffman) are on separate quests of their own. But it's Pam's ex Kevin (Wilson) who really stirs things up. As does a drug rep (Alba) who gets a bit too close to Greg.

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Meet The Parents Little Fockers Trailer


Our favourite dysfunctional family returns to the screens once again in Meet The Parents Little Fockers. It's 10 years on since Greg and Jack first met, and after finally marrying his daughter and raising two children with her, Jack seems to finally be accepting Greg for who he is; however it doesn't seem Jack's ever going to be 100% happy with his son-in-law, when he finds out Greg is short on money and working for a drug company Jack becomes dubious about Greg and if he'll ever be a strong enough man to lead his family.

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Machete Trailer


Machete is a ex-Federale whose legend is known throughout Mexico. He's an expert killer but he's left that life behind. Now living in Texas Machete starts looking for work as a day labourer, when a businessman named Michael Benz approaches Machete with a proposition of assassinating a corrupt Senator, he knew he should refuse the offer but Benz's argument for the death of the senator was very strong, he convinces Machete that the senator is about to send hundreds of illegal immigrants out of the US and Machete accepts the offer. When the day of the assignation arrives, it suddenly becomes apparent that Machete has been double crossed. Injured by a gunshot he's taken to hospital to tend to his wound, just able to escape from the guards Machete looks toward old friends to help hunt down and take revenge on the people behind the double cross.

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The Killer Inside Me Review


Good
Being based on the Jim Thompson novel, this could never be a cheery romp.

Indeed, Winterbottom keeps Thompson's bleakness intact, leaving us little to engage with. But the film has an earth beauty and is a haunting look at the dark side of being human.

Lou Ford (Affleck) is a small-town deputy in 1950s West Texas, where he's still struggling with childhood demons and feelings of inadequacy. Even though he has an adoring girlfriend (Hudson), he starts a torrid fling with a prostitute (Alba) who lives on the edge of town. And as he sets in motion an elaborate revenge plot, we discover that underneath his nice guy exterior Lou is a sadistic murderer. And he's only barely staying one step ahead of the investigators (including Bower, Koteas and Baker).

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Lou Ford leads -what looks to be a pretty unremarkable existence, he's the deputy Sheriff of a small town but has two girlfriends one who works as a schoolteacher and the other a prostitute. When murders start happening in the sleepy West Texas town, no one is quite sure who's committing the murders. As investigators lean toward Lou as their prime suspect, he finds himself in a spiral of death as he struggles to clear his name. Things are never as they seem, the unassuming person the townsfolk thought they knew in Lou soon unravels and it becomes clear that all they were seeing was a facade.

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The Love Guru Review


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There is a fine line between genius and junk, especially in the realm of comedy. What makes one audience member laugh can legitimately cause another to groan in disbelief. No one has been more adept at this schizophrenic approach to satire than Mike Myers. The kitchen sink cacophony of his big screen spoofs expertly illustrates the "anything for a laugh" paradigm. Sadly, his latest effort, the lame Love Guru, forgets to move beyond the groin to mine its wit. If cleverness were a symphony, Myers composed this tired tune for male organ only.

Born in America but raised in India, the self help guru Maurice Pitka (Myers) is tired of being known as the poor man's Deepak Chopra. When Darren Roanoke (Romany Malco), star player for the Toronto Maple Leafs, gets into a scoring slump near the start of the Stanley Cup finals, team owner Jane Bullard (Jessica Alba) and coach Cherkov (Verne Troyer) are desperate. Seems Roanke's wife (Meagan Good) has recently left him, and is now shacking up with the goalie for the opposing Los Angeles Kings, the infamously well-endowed Jacques "Le Coq" Grande (Justin Timberlake). If the Leafs have any chance at all of winning, they must find a way to mend the leader's marriage. The answer appears to be Pitka and his radical "DRAMA" method of enlightenment.

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The Eye (2008) Review


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While it may be cliché to say it, the Asian horror phenomenon is officially dead -- and Jessica Alba killed it. Six years after Hong Kong's Pang brothers unleashed the original creepshow, those horror bottom feeders at Lionsgate have delivered The Eye, a mandated PG-13 retread. While it would be nice to say that the time spent in greenlight limbo aged the frightfest and it's slightly hackneyed organ transplant premise like fine wine, the truth is that all we end up with is overripe cheese.

Sydney Wells (Alba) is a famed concert violinist. At the age of five, a fireworks accident left her blind. She tried surgery at age 12, but it didn't work, so for the last 15 years, she's spent her life sightless. Now, big sister Helen (Parker Posey), who feels responsible for her condition, sets up another procedure. Sydney receives a set of donor corneas, and within weeks, she is seeing again. She's also having hallucinatory visions of burning people, suicidal school children, and a weird shadowy visage with a mouth full of ghost fangs. Seems the previous owner of these eyes died mysteriously and wants Sydney to experience the same visual hell she lived through -- and there is nothing our heroine, or her determined doctor (Alessandro Nivola) can do to stop it.

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Good Luck Chuck Review


Weak
Despite what the marketing folks would have you believe, Good Luck Chuck is not, in fact, an average guy/beautiful klutz romantic comedy, and it's pretty baffling that this is how they choose to sell it. Sure, Jessica Alba plays an endearing young girl who regularly gets the crap beat out of her in elaborate ways, but that's a rather irrelevant aspect to her character. Plus, that totally misses the point of what the movie is actually about: sex.

There is (very) slightly more to it, I suppose: Charming, commitmentphobe dentist Charlie (Dane Cook) is attempting to romance the reluctantly interested Cam (Jessica Alba). But the real snag in the relationship is Charlie's curse/good fortune to be a lucky charm for the lovelorn -- women sleep with him, and find their one true love with the next guy they date. So after Charlie takes advantage of his abilities by plowing his way through half of the population of Seattle, he begins to see the curse when he wants to both sleep with Cam and also get to be her one true love.

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The Ten Review


Very Good
In a sane, level-headed and clear-eyed world, early '90s sketch group The State (also a TV show) would still be practicing their ambitious and absurd brand of screwball comedy. Sadly, Scooter Libby gets fresh air and sunshine while the boys and girls of The State have been relegated to obscurity, scattering like cockroaches in a well-lit kitchen to different comedic prospects. Most of the members found their way to Comedy Central's cannily-hilarious Reno 911! where State leads Thomas Lennon, Ben Garant, and Kerri Kenney are series cornerstones. Almost every other member of the troupe has made a recurring or cameo spot on the program but the effect has never been as lively or precarious as the best moments of The State.

With a few celebrities on board, the group assembles (with a few exceptions) for key member David Wain's The Ten, a foul-mouthed, dirty-as-diapers, Republican-baiting retelling of the Ten Commandments. The stories are stitched together by a loose narrative thread involving a man (Paul Rudd) serving as narrator who is leaving his wife (Famke Janssen) for a younger ditz (Jessica Alba).

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Fantastic Four: Rise Of The Silver Surfer Review


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The NBA hands out a Most Improved Player Award at the end of each season. Hollywood does not have an equivalent distinction, though Fantastic Four director Tim Story would be a worthy candidate for this year's prize if it did.

Story's name was attached to the original Four film in 2005, but that discombobulated blockbuster based on the classic Marvel Comic books felt like meddling producers suggested the film to pieces before the finished product reached theaters. Critics and comic fans responded in kind with opinions that were not so kind, but Four turned a large enough profit to secure a punched ticket to sequel land for Story and his cast.

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Into The Blue Review


Terrible
I wonder what went through the studio exec's head when he found out about the release schedule of Into the Blue. It's a movie about fun in the Caribbean sun that's coming out while the Caribbean is in hurricane season. It's an extended swimsuit ad that's coming out when people won't be buying swimsuits. That alone should start the pissed off product reps lining up at his door with baseball bats. But if he thinks that beating is bad, he should wait until the people that saw the movie show up.

Into the Blue isn't just a bad movie. It's an endless font of implausibility and boredom whose only redeeming quality is watching the his and hers sex symbols on the screen.

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The Sleeping Dictionary Review


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You say colonial epic, I say Alba. No, not Alda, as in Alan Alda. Alba. As in Jessica Alba. In a period piece! The title actually refers to Alba's character: She's a Sarawak (look it up) native, assigned to teach the British imperialist who comes to rule her village how to speak the native tongue. She does this through sleeping with him. You know, figuratively. Faster than you can say "forbidden love," this all turns nasty for all parties. I can't say much for the wandering storyline (which is all too reminiscent of everything from Original Sin to Wide Sargasso Sea), but the cinematography is stellar for a direct-to-DVD movie, and Alba has a really naked back.

Fantastic Four Review


Weak
Fantastic? Not exactly, but Tim Story's take on Marvel Comic's first family of superheroes can be fun if your expectations are low enough.

This summer's second superhero saga, Fantastic Four explains how five members of a planned space expedition face exposure to a cosmic storm that alters each person's DNA, giving them unique powers. Brilliant scientist Reed Richards (Ioan Gruffudd) initiates the mission, which is bankrolled by his longtime rival Victor Von Doom (Julian McMahon). They are accompanied by Reed's buddy Ben Grimm (Michael Chiklis), Victor's director of genetic research; Sue Storm (Jessica Alba); and her cocky pilot brother, Johnny (Chris Evans).

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Into The Blue Review


Terrible
I wonder what went through the studio exec's head when he found out about the release schedule of Into the Blue. It's a movie about fun in the Caribbean sun that's coming out while the Caribbean is in hurricane season. It's an extended swimsuit ad that's coming out when people won't be buying swimsuits. That alone should start the pissed off product reps lining up at his door with baseball bats. But if he thinks that beating is bad, he should wait until the people that saw the movie show up.

Into the Blue isn't just a bad movie. It's an endless font of implausibility and boredom whose only redeeming quality is watching the his and hers sex symbols on the screen.

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Fantastic Four Review


Terrible
Who are these half-wit Hollywood clowns that keep hiringcleavage-candy actresses with no measurable talent to play laughably bespectacledscientists in action movies?

A few years ago it was Denise Richards as history's leastcredible nuclear physicist in the James Bond flick "TheWorld Is Not Enough." This January's demonic-horrorvideo-game clunker "AloneIn the Dark" featured party tart Tara Reidas an archeologist who could barely deliver a coherent sentence withoutmispronouncing words.

Now comes ring-a-dingy Jessica Alba -- hitherto known forplaying dancers and strippers -- as smokin' hot Sue Storm, a 23-year-old"director of genetic research" who becomes a radiation-mutatedsuperhero in the bumbling, big-budget but Z-movie-bad adaptation of Marvelcomics' "Fantastic Four."

Sent into space along with a paper-thin cast of compatriots(a geneticist ex-boyfriend, her failed-astronaut brother, an ex-NASA pilotand a transparently evil billionaire), Sue and this group of supposed geniusescan't even keep track of the glowing cloud of gases they're supposed tobe studying. Promptly overrun when the interstellar storm apparently sneaksup behind their space station, each of them returns home with strange newpowers.

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Sin City Review


Good
Innovative and dazzling in its absolute loyalty to thevisual style of its inspiration, "Sin City" brings comic bookpages alive to a degree that is unprecedented in movie history.

A triptych of dark, violent tales set in a fallen cityof corruption and grime, the film is a collaboration between film directorRobert Rodriguez (of "Desperado" and "SpyKids" fame) and graphic novelist FrankMiller (responsible for the gritty reinventions of Batman and Daredevil),whose unique touch in the unusual role of co-director is unmistakable.

Pages from the "Sin City" books were clearlyused as storyboards for the stunning, stark black-and-white cinematography,which features exclamation points of illustrative color: the golden tressesof a beautiful femme fatale, white-on-black silhouettes, red splashes ofblood from brutal murders that occur just out of frame.

His influence can also be felt (along with that of Rodriguezpal Quentin Tarantino, who is curiously credited as a "special guestdirector") in the "Pulp Fiction"-like plot structure thatlends itself well to the interconnected short stories, each of which makeup in atmosphere what they sometimes lack in profundity.

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Idle Hands Review


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If the director, the writers, the actors and the lobotomized studio execthat greenlighted "Idle Hands" were to spend every day of therest of their lives being dunked head first into mountains of fresh manure,it wouldn't be punishment enough for making this movie.

Yet another clumsy, shapeless teen horror-"comedy,"about a teenage boy whose possessed hand drags him along on a gory killingspree, "Idle Hands" is wholly devoid of taste, wit or even asingle creative or interesting moment. The only way this flick could seemany worse would be if, say, the studio had locked themselves into a releasedate that happened to fall a week after an actual teenage killing spreethat horrified the whole country.

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Jessica Alba

Date of birth

28th April, 1981

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Actor

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Female

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