After Lifetime’s 'The Unauthorized Beverly Hills 90210', Tori Spelling dished more dirt on what went on behind the scenes on the 90s teen drama.
While Lifetime’s The Unauthorised Beverly Hills, 90210 movie might have taken some creative license when it came to telling the behind the scenes story of the 90’s drama, star Tori Spelling was on hand afterwards to spill some truths about her time on the show. In a one hour ‘Celebrity Lie Detector’ special, Spelling dished all the '90210' gossip, including which two co-stars she had slept with.
Tori Spelling appeared on 'Celebrity Lie Detector' to reveal more '90210' cast secrets.
After revealing earlier this week that she had dated Brian Austin Green, the big question was, which of her other co-stars had Tori slept with? While she said nothing ever happened with Ian Ziering or Luke Perry, Spelling did admit to a ‘summer fling’ with Jason Priestley.
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Tom dreams of success as an international rockstar, but in reality, he's far from becoming that. He's a bespectacled teenager who lives with his single mum, is regularly teased and thus gets into fights. Soon though, he has a stroke of luck when he meets his rowdy new neighbour Steve, who turns out to be the frontman of a band Tom idolises, but who has - according to reports - apparently been dead for eight years (conveniently following a tax dispute). Desperate to become the musician he wants to be, Tom offers him an ultimatum; Steve much teach Tom everything he knows, or risk being outed as alive and having his peaceful life disrupted. Tom wants to enter a Battle of the Bands contest, but his competition is sceptical that he'll ever make it. Can Tom truly surprise everybody? Or is he chasing a fruitless dream?
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Luke Perry and Jason Priestley - Luke Perry and Jason Priestley Los Angeles, California - arriving at The Grove for an interview on entertainment television news programme 'Extra' Wednesday 19th January 2011
I've always been a fan of dark comedies, as anyone reading my reviews for a long time will know, and I've always found that, if a dark comedy doesn't try to have any point beyond humor, it's much more enjoyable. "Buffy the Vampire Slayer", in catering to the acne center of the nation (both figuratively and literally), ends up putting all of this stupid crap of love and relationships and "well-built" characters which are actually cardboard cutouts. It would be much stronger without all this teen angst crap.
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Would that it was -- it would have been a far better experience. Too bad then that this three-hour rehash of an endless series of movies like Invasion of the Body Snatchers and even video games like Parasite Eve is as hokey and derivative as they come. What makes this miniseries-cum-DVD wholly unpalatable is how poorly it is written, a feat matched only by the shallowness of its acting.
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Unfortunately Normal Life is a dud from a story and pacing standpoint, as it attempts to combine Bonnie and Clyde with a sexed-up Skinemax movie, plus a touch of Girl, Interrupted. Judd is an emotional basketcase with a penchant for cutting herself (named, ahem, Pam Anderson), while Luke Perry (sure, you remember him!) is a cop who falls for the poor lass (first spotting her smashing a beer mug in a bar -- great sign!).
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