This footage draws a line between men who actively protect women's rights in their day to day lives and those who don't recognise them at all.
How Andy Dick managed to continue to get jobs despite repeated incidents of inappropriate behaviour and unwanted physical contact, we'll never know, but somehow he managed to find his way onto 'Jimmy Kimmel Live!' in 2007 and ended up being forcibly removed from the stage by Jimmy himself.
Jimmy Kimmel at the LGBT Gala Awards
In the wake of his arrest on one count of misdemeanor sexual battery and one count of misdemeanor simple battery, footage from Andy Dick's controversial talk show appearance in which he repeatedly stroked guest Ivanka Trump's leg and demanded she give him a 'big, fat, wet, sloppy kiss' is currently been re-shared around the internet.
On the streets of Los Angeles, people will do anything for fame. Sometimes, they'll turn to a career in reality television - something that some people think is a step too far. When a masked serial killer begins making their way around the city killing reality television stars, the people of the city become split. While most think the murders are horrific, some soon begin to believe that it is a good thing, as reality television is a blight upon the world, and all those connected to it should be purged. Before the murder can be caught, the people will have to decide whether they want them to be or not.
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Andy Dick has had (another) run in with the law.
We've all heard rumours that the entertainment business is in trouble, but this is a whole new level – comedian Andy Dick was arrested on Friday for grand theft. According to The Hollywood Reporter, Dick was arrested around 11pm on the 1800 block of Whitley Ave in Hollywood. That’s about all the information released by the LAPD at this time.
Andy Dick allegedly lives up to his name. Get it? Get it?
The rest of the information comes from TMZ, whose report claims that Dick was accused of stealing a $1,000 necklace on Hollywood Blvd. last week. An unnamed man alleges that Dick rode away on a bike with his jewellery after asking if he could see it.
Continue reading: Comedian Andy Dick Allegedly Makes Off With Stolen Necklace
Andy Dick has been arrested for stealing a man's necklace, according to reports.
Actor Andy Dick has reportedly been arrested for stealing a man's necklace worth $1000.
Andy Dick has reportedly been arrested in Los Angeles.
The incident occurred last week when Dick was out in Hollywood riding his bike. According to reports in TMZ, the actor was cycling along Hollywood Boulevard when he approached a man wearing a large chain. Dick requested to see the chain and the man, recognising Dick from his films and television appearances, handed it to the actor. Dick reportedly then cycled off with the chain.
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An improvement on 2006's The Reef, this underwater adventure doesn't hold a candle to big studio animation, but its deeply ridiculous plot is charmingly scruffy. Compared to Pixar or DreamWorks, the animation here is fairly ropey, mainly in the design stage as the artists place human faces on the fish, but the surprisingly deranged humour keeps us smiling.
In the first film, plucky little Pi (voiced by Bell) managed to banish nasty shark Troy (Logue) from the reef. But Troy has now escaped from his human captors, who beefed him up with bulking-up drugs. During low tide, he can't get into the reef, so he sends the tiny shark Ronny (Kennedy) in disguise to prepare for his grand return at high tide in four days. Ronny's main job is to prevent Pi from teaching the other fish how to harness the "power of the sea" to defeat Troy, so Ronny distracts them by staging an elaborate variety show. This disrupts Pi's bootcamp, sparking the hammy performer in his wife Cordelia (Philipps), so Pi turns to his guru, the wise turtle Narissa (Schneider), for help.
Clearly, Ronny's undersea stage show was conceived as a way for the animators to go completely wild with music and colour, and it works. These scenes are hilariously silly, packed with breakdancing prawns and jellyfish choreography. There are also movie references and watery puns (like a reference to "Buoyancé Knowles"), plus a stream of military gags, as everyone prepares for battle. Most of these jokes are funny in a way the imagery can't live up to. Animated in Korea, the direction is often awkward and the imagery sometimes plasticky.
Continue reading: The Reef 2: High Tide Review
Tracing its origins to vaudeville, this "comic's joke" is tantamount to a secret handshake among comedians and their friends. Although versions vary widely, it basically goes like this: A man seeking show biz representation walks into a talent agent's office and describes his family's act, which consists of various illegal and unspeakable activities including incest, bestiality, necrophilia, and an explosion of bodily fluids. After the man finishes, the appalled agent asks what this horrible act is called, to which the man responds, "The Aristocrats!"
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The last place I'd expect to see a Shakespearean adaptation of Macbeth to occur would be in a backwater town in the middle of Pennsylvania circa 1972. But it provides a dark and menacing backdrop to this loose - and do I mean loose - adaptation of Shakespeare's ever-popular tragedy of a incompetent husband and power-hungry wife weaving murderously toward power and riches.
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Remember that great Z-grade 1969 protest picture "Brothers Divided," about the conjoined twins drafted to serve in Vietnam?
No? How about the blaxploitation classics "Venus De Mofo" and "The Foxy Chocolate Robot?" Or the tree-hugging girlie biker flick "The Eco-Angels"? Or the midget Gidget movie "Teenie Weenie Bikini Beach"?
Those don't ring a bell? Surely you've seen at least one of the 427 movies directed by schlock filmmaker Morty Fineman over the last 38 years, right?
Continue reading: The Independent Review
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