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Paul Reubens Saturday 15th October 2011 Spike TV's Scream 2011 Awards at Universal Studios - Arrivals Universal City, California

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Paul Reubens
Paul Reubens

Paul Reubens and Emmy Awards Saturday 10th September 2011 2011 Primetime Creative Arts Emmy Awards Los Angeles, California

Paul Reubens and Emmy Awards
Paul Reubens and Emmy Awards
Paul Reubens and Emmy Awards
Paul Reubens and Emmy Awards
Paul Reubens and Emmy Awards
Paul Reubens and Emmy Awards

Paul Reubens and Pee Wee Herman - Paul Reubens as Pee-Wee Herman Thursday 11th November 2010 at Bryant Park New York City, USA

Paul Reubens and Pee Wee Herman
Paul Reubens and Pee Wee Herman
Paul Reubens and Pee Wee Herman
Paul Reubens and Pee Wee Herman
Paul Reubens and Pee Wee Herman
Paul Reubens and Pee Wee Herman

Paul Reubens and Pee Wee Herman - Paul Reubens as Pee Wee Herman New York City, USA - Sixth Annual Paper Nightlife Awards held at Good Units at the Hudson Hotel. Thursday 14th October 2010

Paul Reubens and Pee Wee Herman
Paul Reubens and Pee Wee Herman
Paul Reubens and Pee Wee Herman

Life During Wartime Review


Excellent
Solondz takes a sideways approach to this sequel to his 1998 hit Happiness.

With an all-new cast, it feels almost like a jazz riff, playing with the characters and themes and sending them in new directions. And it's both hilarious and clever.

When she realises that her husband (Williams) hasn't overcome his urge to make obscene phone calls, Joy (Henderson) heads to Florida to see her sister Trish (Janney), who has told everyone that her husband Bill (Hinds) has died. But he's actually in prison for abusing a young boy. Trish is now seeing a nice Jewish man (Lerner) and being a bit too honest with her son Timmy (Snyder).

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Paul Reubens - Paul Reubens aka PeeWee Herman held at the Club Nokia Los Angeles, USA - at the opening night of the 'Pee-Wee Herman Show' Wednesday 20th January 2010

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Paul Reubens
Paul Reubens

Paul Reubens Saturday 8th September 2007 attends the Farm Sanctuary Gala 2007 at the Beverly Hills Hotel Los Angeles, California

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Paul Reubens - Paul Reubens, David Arquette Friday 27th July 2007 at Comiccon Convention California, USA

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Paul Reubens

Paul Reubens - Paul Pee Wee Herman Saturday 9th June 2007 at Spike TV's "Guy Choice" Awards Los Angeles, California

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Paul Reubens

Buffy The Vampire Slayer Review


Good
I'll admit to it - I watch the series. Occasionally, I'm tuned to Pittsburgh's WB 31 and it just happens to be Tuesdays and I decide: OK, tonight I'm going to watch cheap horror and dammit, I'm going to do my best to enjoy it! Why Buffy the Vampire Slayer is my drug of choice I don't know. I've only been watching it for a few weeks and teen angst films and TV shows were never perennial favorites, but I'd like to think I see something in the show that most people don't. What is it? I would have to say that, like The X-Files, Millennium, ER, and Ally McBeal, four other shows that I watch about every week, Buffy the Vampire Slayer has a sick sense of humor.

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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Pee-wee's Big Adventure Review


Excellent
Arguably Tim Burton's strangest film, about a now iconic guy who never managed to grow up. The love of his life is his pimped-out red bicycle, and when it gets stolen, it sends Pee-wee (Paul Reubens) on the biggest adventure of his life, from the plains of the midwest to the lots of Hollywood. Rent this film, and tell 'em Large Marge sent ya!

Mystery Men Review


Very Good
"Hey now, you're an all-star, get your game on, go play..." then sit back and watch America's newest superheroes screw up, in this summer's new comedy, Mystery Men. In this Tim Burtonesque film by Kinka Usher, a ragtag band of superheroes set out to rescue Captain Amazing (a Superman comparable played by Greg Kinear) from the evil clutches of the criminal mastermind, Cassanova Frankenstein (Geoffrey Rush).

Mystery Men is one of the funniest films I've seen all year. It combines the hilarious randomness of films like Austin Powers: The Spy Who Shagged Me, with a satirical twist that today's audiences are sure to appreciate. Now don't get me wrong, Mystery Men is no masterpiece, but it made me laugh (a lot) and that's what the film is about. Mystery Men scores high in all areas. It has an entirely kooky and original plot fueled by crack up dialogue, mesmerizing scenery, (which is reminiscent of the Batman movies) and an awesome cast.

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The Nightmare Before Christmas Review


Excellent
Just in time for Halloween and Christmas, the reissue of The Nightmare Before Christmas couldn't be more appropriate. With all of the attention thrown to "family films" in recent years, namely those starring pocket monsters and Nickelodeon characters, it's high time we raised the intellectual level of children's fare as well as the animation achievements of the movie studios. With that in mind, it was refreshing to revisit an animation classic on the big screen that still retains the originality and freshness it had seven years ago.

Nightmare is the story of one man's quest to discover his true purpose in life -- to look beyond the accolades of his peers, the achievements of his years, and the praise of his ego. Jack Skellington, the pumpkin king of Halloweentown, is the main dude behind the Halloween holiday for kids everywhere. But during his reign as pumpkin king, Jack has somehow lost his understanding of his place in the world and the magic he creates with his Halloween holiday. After the completion of one particular Halloween season, Jack walks with a heavy heart and ends up discovering in the woods outside Halloweentown a grove of trees with doors to all of the other holidays in the world. Imagine his surprise to discover Christmastown, a far more impressive and uplifting holiday than Halloween, surrounded by happy elves making toys, and with good cheer all around.

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Big Top Pee-Wee Review


Weak
If there's a lower form of comedy than circus humor I've yet to encounter it.

This wholly unnecessary sequel puts our beloved Pee-wee Herman in the circus, where he encounters the usual collection of oddballs (bearded lady, clowns, strongman, and mimes galore) plus manages to swing himself into a love triangle btween Penelope Ann Miller's Winnie and trapeze artist Gina (Valeria Golino). Both go ga-ga over Herman and, ignoring his talking pig sidekick, they duel over his affections, circus style. Kris Kristofferson leads the troupe with barely disguised shame.

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Mystery Men Review


Weak

If nothing else, "Mystery Men," a chaff on the "Batman"-style event movie, has impeccable timing. The unbridled superhero genre has never been more ripe for spoofing, and this picture has an superior satirical pedigree, what with its cast that includes those hippest heir apparents of comedy royalty, Ben Stiller and Janeane Garofalo.

Adapted from the Dark Horse comic book of the same name, the movie's protagonists are a sad sack band of part-time, wannabes heroes with monikers like The Shoveler (mild-mannered William H. Macy, donning a golden spade); the silverware-wielding Blue Raja (Hank Azaria, in a bad fortune-teller get-up); the Invisible Boy (Kel Mitchell), whose powers only work when no one is looking; The Spleen (Paul Rubens of "Pee-Wee" fame), who boasts near-lethal flatulence; The Bowler (Garofalo), whose translucent, supernatural ball contains her dead daddy's skull; and Mr. Furious (Stiller), whose alleged power is his violent and very short temper.

These not-so-super friends are called into action when Champion City's real savior -- a corporate sellout called Captain Amazing (a superbly conceited Greg Kinnear), whose rubbery costume is plastered with more ads than NASCAR jumpsuit -- is captured by the wildly nefarious, feral-eyed and disco-lovin' baddie Casanova Frankenstein (Geoffrey Rush, on an all-you-can-eat scenery diet).

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Paul Reubens

Date of birth

27th August, 1952

Occupation

Actor

Sex

Male

Height

1.78




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Paul Reubens Movies

Accidental Love Trailer

Accidental Love Trailer

Alice Eckle is a roller-skating waitress deeply in love with Indiana State Trooper Scott. Before...

The Smurfs Trailer

The Smurfs Trailer

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

Life During Wartime Movie Review

Life During Wartime Movie Review

Solondz takes a sideways approach to this sequel to his 1998 hit Happiness. With an...

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Mystery Men Movie Review

Mystery Men Movie Review

"Hey now, you're an all-star, get your game on, go play..." then sit back and...

The Nightmare Before Christmas Movie Review

The Nightmare Before Christmas Movie Review

Just in time for Halloween and Christmas, the reissue of The Nightmare Before Christmas couldn't...

Blow Movie Review

Blow Movie Review

In the famed cocaine drama Scarface, I remember a lot of gun battles and bowl...

Mystery Men Movie Review

Mystery Men Movie Review

If nothing else, "Mystery Men," a chaff on the "Batman"-style event movie, has impeccable timing....

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