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Christina Ricci Gives Birth To Baby Boy


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Congratulations are in order for actress Christina Ricci, who has given birth to a baby boy according to Us Weekly. The former Casper star was spotted with a baby bump back in May, and confirmed via her publicist that she was expecting a baby with her husband James Heerdegen, a dolly grip she met on the set of her short-lived television series 'Pan Am'. 

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Ricci's career has lasted a impressive twenty-four years so far

Speaking to the magazine last year, former child actor Ricci couldn't stop gushing about her new husband, saying "I love so many things about him. He's my favorite person on Earth." She also spoke of her desire to start a family: "I can't wait to have our own little world replete with small beings!"

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Christina Ricci Marries Fiancé James Heerdegen In Intimate Ceremony


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Christin Ricci and fiancé James Heerdegen are now married!

Us Weekly reports, Ricci's wedding was on Saturday (Oct 26th) and it took place on the Upper East Side in New York City.

The intimate ceremony was witnessed by close friends and family which began at 7pm at the Harold Pratt House and Peterson Hall.

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Britney Spears Is A Giant In New Smurfs 2 'Ooh La La' Video [Video]


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Britney Spears takes her boys to the cinema to watch the new Smurfs 2 movie, but ends up getting more than she paid for at the box office when she becomes part of the show. It's a collaboration that leaves a rather peculiar acid taste in your mouth for sure; Britney Spears and the Smurfs raising the tiny mushroom roofs in a magical land.

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Britney Spears In Her Smurf-Stampin' Shoes.

The video is about as saccharin as it gets, with Spears being 'zapped' into the cinema screen and transported into Smurf Village where, in colossal heels, she does well not to smoosh one or two blue beings under her stilettos.

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PICTURES: A-List's Glamour Women Come Out For The CFDA/Vogue Fashion Fund 2012 Award Winners Party


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Miranda Kerr CFDA/Vogue Fund Awards

Miranda Kerr was just one of the glittering array of stars in attendance on Monday (November 12)

It wasn't hard to work out the theme for the CFDA/Vogue Fashion Fund Awards shindig in New York last night (November 13); namely seeming to be 'get as many glamorous women in a room together as possible', and boy did they succeed. Miranda Kerrseen up the page there - was leading the way in the fashion stakes with a gorgeous salmon pink and black gown, but she was far from the only one making an impression. In what's turning into a busy week for them, Ashley Greene and Dakota Fanning travelled from Los Angeles, where they'd been attending the Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn - Part 2 premiere with the rest of the cast, to appear. The travel seemed to have little effect on them though, both looking radiant as usual. 

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Bel Ami Review


Good
Guy de Maupassant's 1885 novel was first adapted for the cinema in 1919, and yet the story has some intriguing parallels with European society today. On the other hand, this adaptation never finds its tone, and it doesn't give us a single character to care about.

In 1890 Paris, penniless charmer Georges (Pattinson) has a chance encounter with former comrade Charles (Glenister), who offers him a job as a journalist.

Unable to string a sentence together, Charles' wife Madeleine (Thurman) offers to help, but refuses his relentless flirting. Instead he starts a torrid affair with married family friend Clotilde (Ricci). But a taste of the high life goes to his head, and when Charles dies, he makes a move for Madeleine. Or maybe he can get more out of Virginie (Scott Thomas), wife of the newspaper boss (Meaney).

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Bel Ami Trailer


Georges Duroy is a French non-commissioned officer (NCO) who has just spent three months serving in Algeria, in North Africa. He arrives back in Paris and begins working as a clerk for the next six months, soon becoming penniless. One night, Georges goes to a pub after work and runs into former comrade, Charles Forestier, who is now working as a journalist. After catching up, Forestier offers Georges a job at the publication where he works, which he accepts.

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Video - Christina Ricci Spotted Leaving A Shop In West Hollywood - Part 1


Christina Ricci spotted leaving a shop in West Hollywood - Part 1

Video - Christina Ricci Spotted Leaving A Shop In West Hollywood - Part 2


Christina Ricci spotted leaving a shop in West Hollywood - Part 2

Alpha and Omega Trailer


Kate and Humphrey are two wolves, they're both members of the same pack but from opposite ends of the scale. Kate is an Alpha, her father is the main alpha male and his daughter behaves exactly how she should; she take her duty and commitment to the pack seriously. Humphrey, on the other hand, spends his days making jokes and playing about with his other omega friends.

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Christina Ricci and wearing Alexander McQueen - Christina Ricci, wearing Alexander McQueen New York City, USA - The National Arts Club's Medal of Honor for Film Dinner held at the National Arts Club Wednesday 18th November 2009

Christina Ricci and Wearing Alexander Mcqueen

Christina Ricci Saturday 14th November 2009 arrives at the MOCA New 30th Anniversary Gala Los Angeles, California

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Christina Ricci Friday 13th November 2009 Prada book launch cocktail party held at the Prada store Beverly Hills Los Angeles, California

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Christina Ricci, her dog, Ramon and arrive from Los Angeles to JFK Airport. Tuesday 26th February 2008 Christina Ricci and her dog, Ramon, arrive from Los Angeles to JFK Airport. New York, USA

Christina Ricci, Her Dog, Ramon and Arrive From Los Angeles To Jfk Airport.

Monster (2003) Review


Good
Thank God that Monster, the fictionalized story of serial killer Aileen Wuornos, wasn't made back in the 1990s, when filmmakers just couldn't fetishize mass murder enough. Wuornos's story would have been "loosely adapted" so that they could have cast someone attractive in the role, there would have been a slick grunge soundtrack and plenty of hipster humor amidst the bloodletting. That's not to say that movies haven't stopped their love affair with the serial killer, but Monster shows that it is possible to make a gripping, yet still dispassionate and non-exploitative film on the subject.

Wuornos is famous not just for the fact that she killed seven men in Florida in 1989 and 1990, but for being pretty much the only female serial killer of note in recent American history. A troubled girl who had been on her own since she was 13 and had survived by prostitution, Wuornos claimed, up until her execution in 2002, that she had acted in self-defense each time. Writer/director Patty Jenkins's script manages to show how self-serving and untrue this story ultimately became while at the same time acknowledging how Wuornos's past and profession led to her killing spree. There's a wonderful moment in a dingy biker bar where a self-pitying Wuornos is consoled by her friend Thomas (Bruce Dern), a Vietnam veteran; they take turns volleying variations on "What choice did I have?" back and forth in an attempt to escape culpability for any of their actions.

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Cursed Review


Weak
Although Arrested Development's Portia De Rossi and Judy Greer co-star in the werewolf mishmash Cursed, fellow Arrested cast member and erstwhile Teen Wolf Jason Bateman is nowhere to be found. Too bad; this horror-comedy could use a little more deadpan in its comedy, and a little more anything in its horror.

Really, both should've been covered when Miramax reunited Scream's writer and director, Kevin Williamson and Wes Craven. In the Scream trilogy, these uneven artists brought out the best in each other: Williamson's overwritten self-referential dialogue felt smarter braced against Craven-directed tension, which flourished with funny and likable characters. Cursed starts with the likable characters, and then jams on the brakes.

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Pecker Review


Excellent
John Waters lives in two worlds: the trashy and aggressively weird neighborhoods of his native Baltimore and the artsy society circles of New York City. Pecker is his hilarious take on what happens when those two very different cultures collide.

Pecker (Edward Furlong) is a happy-go-lucky teen who loves to carry his camera around town taking quick snapshots of the types of characters who have been populating Waters's films since the '70s. He even lives with some of them: his thrift-shop owning parents (Mary Kay Place and Mark Joy); his foul-mouthed sister Tina (Martha Plimpton), who works as a sassy bartender at the local gay bar; his eight-year-old sister, the hopelessly sugar-addicted Little Chrissy (Lauren Hulsey); and his totally wacky grandmother Memama (Jean Schertler), who cooks and sells pit beef sandwiches on the front lawn when she isn't distracted by her statue of the Virgin Mary, which speaks to her saying, "Full of grace! Full of grace!" Memama doesn't realize that she's actually the one saying it.

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Anything Else Review


Good
You can judge the current state of Woody Allen in the cinematic world by the fact that the advertising for his newest film, Anything Else, doesn't even mention his name. For all intents and purposes, it looks like a wee little romantic comedy starring Jason Biggs and Christina Ricci, the kind of thing that comes and goes from the multiplex in about three weeks and lives forever after on a Blockbuster shelf with Maid in Manhattan and Two Weeks Notice. On the poster, Ricci's face is in a big heart and the title is written in pink. It's a sneaky piece of subterfuge that might just allow Allen to do something he hasn't been able to for quite some time: connect with a younger audience.

The big schlemiel at the heart of the movie is actually not Allen, it's Biggs, who plays Jerry Falk, a young comedy writer with a chronic inability to say no to anybody: not his useless shrink or his clinging, laughable manager (Danny DeVito), and especially not his neurotic (on a good day) girlfriend, Amanda (Ricci). Falk's best friend is another comedy writer, David Dobel (Allen), who has all the usual Allen characteristics, but seems to have been taking steroids for his paranoia and misanthropy.

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Monster Review


Good
Thank God that Monster, the fictionalized story of serial killer Aileen Wuornos, wasn't made back in the 1990s, when filmmakers just couldn't fetishize mass murder enough. Wuornos's story would have been "loosely adapted" so that they could have cast someone attractive in the role, there would have been a slick grunge soundtrack and plenty of hipster humor amidst the bloodletting. That's not to say that movies haven't stopped their love affair with the serial killer, but Monster shows that it is possible to make a gripping, yet still dispassionate and non-exploitative film on the subject.

Wuornos is famous not just for the fact that she killed seven men in Florida in 1989 and 1990, but for being pretty much the only female serial killer of note in recent American history. A troubled girl who had been on her own since she was 13 and had survived by prostitution, Wuornos claimed, up until her execution in 2002, that she had acted in self-defense each time. Writer/director Patty Jenkins's script manages to show how self-serving and untrue this story ultimately became while at the same time acknowledging how Wuornos's past and profession led to her killing spree. There's a wonderful moment in a dingy biker bar where a self-pitying Wuornos is consoled by her friend Thomas (Bruce Dern), a Vietnam veteran; they take turns volleying variations on "What choice did I have?" back and forth in an attempt to escape culpability for any of their actions.

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Pumpkin Review


Bad
We're all different. But when someone's handicap makes their uniqueness especially noticeable, what is the acceptable reaction? Most of us would simply acknowledge the differences and move on. The makers of Pumpkin however find plenty of dark humor in the subject matter. Some of their jokes work, but most fail miserably and in the end, Pumpkin is far more offensive than it is funny.

The ignorant Carolyn (Christina Ricci) leads the perfect life of a college senior -- she's an officer in her sorority and dates Kent (Sam Ball), the tennis team stud. Everything is going well until it's decided that her sorority will mentor the handicapped adults of the Challenged Games (think Special Olympics). Carolyn is against the charity selection, but the sorority president (Marisa Coughlan) believes helping these special athletes train will give the sorority enough points to win Sorority of the Year.

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Sleepy Hollow Review


Good
I'll be the first to admit I don't really remember the details of Washington Irving's The Legend of Sleepy Hollow. But what I do remember, well, it didn't go like this.

In typical Tim Burton fashion, a fairy tale gets an update (and the film's color gets drained out in the process). The guts of Legend are still there: In 1799, evil headless horseman marauds a tiny village in upstate New York. Ichabod Crane (Depp) is sent to investigate.

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Monster Review


Very Good

Curvy, leggy, drop-dead gorgeous Charlize Theron ("The Italian Job," "Mighty Joe Young") has always had the chops to play deeper and more challenging roles than the girlfriends and temptresses she's been making a living from since her cat-fighting sexpot debut in "2 days in the Valley." But to date few in Hollywood have seen past her looks.

That's about to change.

The actress has made an astonishing physical and quintessential transformation to play leather-hearted truck-stop prostitute and serial killer Aileen Wuornos in the riveting, bleak and exceptionally intuitive biopic "Monster," and I guarantee she'll be taken seriously from now on.

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All Over The Guy Review


OK

If gay men were allowed to kiss on TV -- I mean really kiss -- a frivolous but passably entertaining sitcom flick like "All Over the Guy" probably would have -- probably should have -- become network series instead of a movie. Think a more sexually active "Will and Grace."

This two-perspective, romantic comedy dissection of a relationship's rise-and-fall is packed with sitcom stars living through sitcom conflicts while plucky sitcom soft rock guitar plays incidentally on the soundtrack. And you know how, after sitcoms have been on the air too long, they'll turn oh-so-poignant from time to time, having some sadness befall a character the writers hope we've come to love? "All Over the Guy" does that too.

These are not complaints, per se. This is a spirited and reliably funny movie. But it just feels so workaday, like a sitcom in its fifth season, that nothing much about it stands out.

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Christina Ricci

Date of birth

12th February, 1980

Occupation

Actor

Sex

Female

Height

1.55






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Christina Ricci Movies

The Hero Of Color City Trailer

The Hero Of Color City Trailer

Ben is a young boy who, like any other kid his age, loves to spend...

Smurfs 2 - I'm Too Smurfy Trailer

Smurfs 2 - I'm Too Smurfy Trailer

The Smurfs are back in a brilliant movie sequel that sees them take on evil...

The Smurfs 2 Trailer

The Smurfs 2 Trailer

The Smurfs return following a harrowing experience lost in New York while being pursued by...

Bel Ami Movie Review

Bel Ami Movie Review

Guy de Maupassant's 1885 novel was first adapted for the cinema in 1919, and yet...

Bel Ami Trailer

Bel Ami Trailer

Georges Duroy is a French non-commissioned officer (NCO) who has just spent three months serving...

Alpha and Omega Trailer

Alpha and Omega Trailer

Kate and Humphrey are two wolves, they're both members of the same pack but from...

Monster (2003) Movie Review

Monster (2003) Movie Review

Thank God that Monster, the fictionalized story of serial killer Aileen Wuornos, wasn't made back...

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Home of the Brave Trailer

Home of the Brave Trailer

From Academy Award-winner Irwin Winkler comes "Home of the Brave," the story of four American...

Pecker Movie Review

Pecker Movie Review

John Waters lives in two worlds: the trashy and aggressively weird neighborhoods of his native...

Anything Else Movie Review

Anything Else Movie Review

You can judge the current state of Woody Allen in the cinematic world by the...

Monster Movie Review

Monster Movie Review

Thank God that Monster, the fictionalized story of serial killer Aileen Wuornos, wasn't made back...

Pumpkin Movie Review

Pumpkin Movie Review

We're all different. But when someone's handicap makes their uniqueness especially noticeable, what is...

Sleepy Hollow Movie Review

Sleepy Hollow Movie Review

I'll be the first to admit I don't really remember the details of Washington Irving's...

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