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Premiere of Disney's 'Alexander and the Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad Day'

Tia Carrere - Premiere of Disney's 'Alexander and the Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad Day' at the El Capitan Theatre, Disney - Hollywood, California, United States - Monday 6th October 2014

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Universal Studios Hollywood premieres 'Despicable Me Minion Mayhem'

Tia Carrere - Universal Studios Hollywood premieres 3D Ultra-HD animation adventure 'Despicable Me Minion Mayhem' and expansive interactive experience 'Super Silly Fun Land' - Hollywood, California, United States - Friday 11th April 2014

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Tia Carrere At My Blow and Dry

Tia Carrere - Tia Carrere leaving My Blow and Dry on Bedford Drive in Beverly Hills - Beverly Hills, California, United States - Thursday 3rd April 2014

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Tia Carrere At My Blow and Dry

Tia Carrere - Tia Carrere having a glass of wine while having her hair styled at My Blow and Dry on Bedford Drive in Beverly Hills - Beverly Hills, California, United States - Thursday 3rd April 2014

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Video - Tia Carrere, Joey Fatone and Kym Johnson among stars at DWTS Live Show


The Tropicana, one of Las Vegas' most lavish resorts, played host to the recent live performance featuring the cast of last year's Dancing With The Stars. Some of those in attendance were dancers Dmitry Chaplin and Kym Johnson, Queer Eye For The Straight Guy consultant Carson Kressley, Waynes World actress Tia Carreres and red headed comedian Carrot Top.

Following on from a group photo together, the next batch of celebrities move along, with dancer Lacey Schwimmer and her former dance partner Kyle Massey taking to the red carpet concurrently. Former-N*Sync man Joey Fatone rounds up the individualist before another group video wraps things up

Lilo & Stitch 2: Stitch Has a Glitch Review


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While I somehow missed Stitch: The Movie, Lilo & Stitch 2: Stitch Has a Glitch stands as the second direct-to-video sequel to the strangely popular Lilo & Stitch theatrical film. Fortunately, Lilo & Stitch 2 occurs chronologically between the two films, so even if, like me, you haven't seen this Stitch movie, you won't miss what is sure to be the nuance and deft symbolism of this film.

To bring you up to speed, young Lilo (Dakota Fanning) lives with big sister Nani (Tia Carrere) in their Hawaii home. Not only does alien Stitch live with them, but so does his "evil" creator and a one-eyed alien named Pleakley. The quintet gets by just fine, with Nani trying to play mom and Lilo trying to get ahead in the world of competitive hula, only now it turns out that Stitch didn't get "his molecules fully charged" when he was created, so he starts going a little crazy. (You can tell by the green eyes that appear at the worst possible moment.) Evil scientist tries to build a machine to "recharge" him, but will it be too late?

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Lilo & Stitch Review


Terrible
There are three essential elements for a polished Disney animated film: rich and detailed animation, inspirational music that is catchy and clever, and a clear message that is easy to understand. Alas, Disney's latest, Lilo & Stitch, fails to live up to any of these.

Lilo & Stitch tells the story of two outcasts searching for a place to fit in. Lilo is a young Hawaiian girl who is shunned by her friends because she picks fights and plays unfairly. Her older sister, Nani, is raising her because their parents died in a car crash. The social worker assigned to their case has threatened to remove Lilo from Nani's care because she cannot control Lilo's poor behavior. It sounds like the prototypical dysfunctional American family - how un-Disney-like!

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Rising Sun Review


Weak
Wildly improbable (read: typical Crichton) tale about a murder in a Japanese office building. It's action heroes Connery and Snipes on the case, so look out! Plenty of Japanese subculture to be examined and often mocked, which led to charges of racism against the book and the movie.

20 Dates Review


Extraordinary
Documentary... mockumentary... it's hard to tell exactly what 20 Dates is, but I know one thing: It's hysterical. Sure, Myles Berkowitz is the most narcissistic filmmaker to come along since Woody Allen, but like the Woodman, he gets away with it in spades. The story follows Myles' quest to date 20 women and see if he can manage to fall in love, Hollywood-style. Most of the dates are disasters, and the quarreling with his producer Elie over the increasingly tragic turn of events takes on a dimension worthy of Don Quixote. As it happens, Myles meets Elisabeth midway through the film and genuinely falls for her... only she doesn't approve of him going out on the rest of the dates. Meanwhile, Elie keeps pushing Myles to go out with Tia Carrere, of all people, and by the time she appears on film, you are truly expecting it.

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Lilo & Stitch Review


Terrible
There are three essential elements for a polished Disney animated film: rich and detailed animation, inspirational music that is catchy and clever, and a clear message that is easy to understand. Alas, Disney's latest, Lilo & Stitch, fails to live up to any of these.

Lilo & Stitch tells the story of two outcasts searching for a place to fit in. Lilo is a young Hawaiian girl who is shunned by her friends because she picks fights and plays unfairly. Her older sister, Nani, is raising her because their parents died in a car crash. The social worker assigned to their case has threatened to remove Lilo from Nani's care because she cannot control Lilo's poor behavior. It sounds like the prototypical dysfunctional American family - how un-Disney-like!

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Wayne's World 2 Review


Grim
Gotta love those references to An Officer and a Gentleman. Having Chris Farley channel depressed pilot-in-training Richard Gere during the tear-soaked line, "I got no place else ta go-ho-hooooooooo," is almost worth the price of admission right there. Too bad that Wayne's World 2 is mostly just mining the same pop culture terrain as its far more worthy predecessor. It was a surprise to see that Mike Myers and Dana Carvey were able to take their "two guys on a couch" cable access rock 'n' rollers through even one feature length adventure, with enjoyable detours to an Alice Cooper concert as well as a playful game of street hockey. Queen's "Bohemian Rhapsody" was instantly embraced by a generation of kids who didn't even know Freddy Mercury from Adam -- poor bastards. Hasn't anyone seen Highlander? Jesus Christ, what the hell's wrong with the kids of America, anyway? Don't answer that.

Wayne's World 2 opens with our dynamic duo still running their own show, though they've moved from their basement to a warehouse. Good for them, right? But when smarmy record producer Bobby Cahn (Christopher Walken, coasting but still The Man) steps in to make life miserable and steal Wayne's lovely girlfriend Cassandra (Tia Carrere, who still can't act but is still One Hot Tamale), Wayne is told in a vision by Jim Morrison(!) that he should stage a rock concert in Aurora, Illinois. Waynestock, of course. "If you book them, they will come." This will bring Cassandra back and, no doubt, provide a sense of meaning in Wayne's slacker life. Right? Right? Uh... maybe.

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Lilo & Stitch 2: Stitch Has a Glitch Review


OK
While I somehow missed Stitch: The Movie, Lilo & Stitch 2: Stitch Has a Glitch stands as the second direct-to-video sequel to the strangely popular Lilo & Stitch theatrical film. Fortunately, Lilo & Stitch 2 occurs chronologically between the two films, so even if, like me, you haven't seen this Stitch movie, you won't miss what is sure to be the nuance and deft symbolism of this film.

To bring you up to speed, young Lilo (Dakota Fanning) lives with big sister Nani (Tia Carrere) in their Hawaii home. Not only does alien Stitch live with them, but so does his "evil" creator and a one-eyed alien named Pleakley. The quintet gets by just fine, with Nani trying to play mom and Lilo trying to get ahead in the world of competitive hula, only now it turns out that Stitch didn't get "his molecules fully charged" when he was created, so he starts going a little crazy. (You can tell by the green eyes that appear at the worst possible moment.) Evil scientist tries to build a machine to "recharge" him, but will it be too late?

Continue reading: Lilo & Stitch 2: Stitch Has a Glitch Review

Wayne's World Review


Excellent
Sometimes, no matter how much you love analyzing and breaking down movies, you have to understand that some are just made for fun. Wayne's World is a prime example. Sure, you can predict everything that's going to happen, but the characters are entertaining and it's a fairly decent mix of physical and verbal comedy. Of course, who can forget the variety of endings they invented and the moments of dialogue that still pop up today, such as, "Shaw... and monkeys might fly out of my butt!"

The most memorable television I watched in my teens consisted primarily of those "not ready for prime time players" at Saturday Night Live. They had cutting edge music and hosts who could act. Not to mention they had talented writers, including Michael Myers and Dana Carvey. Carvey had the Church Lady and Myers had Dieter and Simon. And when they worked together to produce the Wayne's World sketch, I never thought I'd love a pair of naïve losers more.

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Tia Carrere

Date of birth

2nd January, 1967

Occupation

Actor

Sex

Female

Height

1.73