Eva Longoria had a tearful final day on the set of Desperate Housewives, weeping in the arms of her co-star Marcia Cross as the show came to an end after eight years.
Whats new in the world of high-def home entertainment.
The new releases on Blu-ray and DVD this week.
It's about time.
Yo, we got the scoop on this new joint! Wow, I should not talk like that.
If you’re jonesing for the next Saw, <em>Dead Silence</em>, from the franchise’s creators, oughtta be enough to hold you over. And that was apparently the extent of the ambition here—just enough.
Looking for a few Halloween scares, moviegoers flocked to Saw III this weekend, making it the No. 1 movie at the North American box office with $34.3 million, the biggest payday yet for the horror franchise.
In a three-way race this weekend, the twisty magic act The Prestige, starring Hugh Jackman and Christian Bale, came out on top of the North American box office with a magical $14.8 million. The Prestige outperformed Clint Eastwood's World War II saga Flags of Our Fathers, which opened in the third spot with $10.2 million, while Martin Scorsese's The Departed held on in second place with a strong $13.7 million.
A girl. A wild mustang. A disapproving father. You get the picture. Flicka is a classic tearjerker but may be a little too old-fashioned for its own good.
As one of the best noir crime thrillers since L.A. Confidential</em>, Kiss Kiss Bang Bang is also going to make you laugh and laugh.
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