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October 4, 2015


Sex and the City sequel - a good idea?

by Debra McDuffee, posted Feb 8th 2009 9:03AM
Sex and the City cast from the movieI just watched the Sex and the City movie for the first time last night. I was a big fan of the TV show, and I really enjoyed the movie. Just like Serenity, it's always fun when a favorite TV show makes it to the big screen.

Coincidentally, this week I also learned that there is a Sex and the City movie sequel in the works. The girls have officially signed on ... but for what? Here's where the problem lies for me: Sex and the City was a great series and a decently entertaining movie. Can they really pull it off again?

I am always wary of sequels, but this case really gets me quaking in my boots. They are so lucky they pulled the movie off as a success. I loved seeing Carrie and Big finally tie the knot, I wept for Charlotte who finally has the life she's always dreamed of, and Miranda finally came around and accepted being a part of a family. And Samantha? Well, we got to see her acknowledge her selfishness, but at least it was in character. Why should Samantha evolve? I even loved Jennifer Hudson as Carrie's assistant.

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Movies on TV: Week of Oct 5-11

by Andrew Scott, posted Oct 5th 2008 6:00AM
Raging Bull'Raging Bull'
Sun., Oct. 5, 8:45PM on IFC

The violent nature of prizefighter Jake LaMotta (Robert De Niro) leads first to a boxing championship, then to a downward spiral of self-destruction.

'Billy Elliot'
Mon., Oct. 6, 8PM on FlixE

A working-class youngster in 1984 England discovers a hidden talent for dance with the help of a hard-bitten teacher.

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What's On Tonight: 1 vs. 100, Smackdown, Las Vegas, Bill Maher

by Bob Sassone, posted Mar 9th 2007 5:00PM
  • Numb3rsAt 8, NBC has a new 1 vs. 100, followed by a new Las Vegas.
  • PBS has a new NOW at 8, then a new Washington Week.
  • The CW has a new Smackdown! at 8.
  • Sci-Fi has a Special Unit 2 marathon at 8.
  • Also at 8: Fox Movie Channel has Tom Hanks in Big.
  • At 9, CBS has a new Close To Home, then a new Numb3rs.
  • TLC has a new What Not To Wear at 9.
  • At 9:30, Food Network has a new Giada's Weekend Getaways, with the cook visiting Charleston, S.C.
  • At 10, The History Channel has a new episode of Mail Call.
  • At 11, HBO has a new Real Time With Bill Maher, with guests Roseanne Barr, Deepak Chopra, Dana Milbank, and David Kuo.

Check your local TV listings for more.

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American Idol: Ace's pretty face gets slapped

by Lacy Hall, posted Mar 16th 2006 1:54AM

ai logoWell, this was unexpected. I mean, I certainly thought that Ace would land himself in the bottom three eventually, but not during the first week. Yeah, I know -- he wasn't that great last night. But isn't being incredibly attractive enough? I say yes. At this point, I've already made up my mind as to whom I want to win (Chris Daughtry). So I say, let's keep Ace around as eye candy. Taylor? He's not candy. Elliott? He's not even a tootsie roll. We need Ace, so vote for him!

And why was Lisa Tucker part of the loser sandwich? Surely, people liked her better than Bucky. The one thing I love about American Idol is that they turn surprises like this into life lessons for the viewer. Seacrest waves his little finger at us in disgust -- "It's all your fault, America. Remember, you gotta vote or this is what happens." We're trying to vote, Seacrest. We can't get through! It's the 5th hit season...get more phone lines! And while you're getting more phone lines, rent Stevie a real piano. The man is a legend, and you've got him rocking out on a 1980s electric keyboard. I'm surprised they didn't just rent him that giant jumping keyboard from Big. I'm sure Taylor knows how to play one of those.

So Melissa is out. Yawn. I know that some of you really like her, but I never got it. To me, she's the poor man's version of Mariah Carey. The more important question is -- who's voting for Kevin? You jerks.  

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