|US Release Date||11/20/1998|
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The ensemble comedy genre births an unexpectedly hilarious entry.
The actress is quickly becoming the go-to lady to have babies on screen.
Leap Day occurs once every four years. Awful romantic comedies like <em>Leap Year</em>, unfortunately, are far more common.
Robert De Niro is the 'Everydad’ in this sad and thoughtful family holiday film that WILL make you call your own father to tell him you love him.
The latest in a long line of "quirky little English village" comedies is charming enough, but <em>Keeping Mum</em> doesn't break any new ground.
As far as movies about enchanting nannies go, <em>Mary Poppins</em> is certainly the classic favorite. But the delightfully quirky and heartwarming <em>Nanny McPhee</em> could be a close second.
In the wake of last week's revelations that Sony faked reviews and movie fans to tout its movies, Fox has revealed a similar misdeed. The studio used an employee in a TV montage, raving that the hit 1998 movie Waking Ned Devine was "hysterical," Variety reports. Then Fox executive assistant Carol Lipson, who is now employed at Universal Pictures, reportedly appeared in a national TV advertisement posing as a typical moviegoer. Florence Grace, a Fox spokeswoman, said: "No one who works here has a
SANTA MONICA, Calif., Dec. 30, 1999 -- For all the controversy and hype surrounding "Eyes Wide Shut," the film will most likely be remembered as director Stanley Kubrick's last opus -- finished just days before he died in his sleep March 7.Stanley Kubrick The 70-year-old eccentric filmmaker's career was founded on spectacle, from the shocking "A Clockwork Orange" to the profound "2001: A Space Odyssey." It somehow seemed fitting that "Eyes Wide Shut," despite the star talent of Tom Cruise and Ni
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