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Tara Reid - Goldie Hawn hosts annual Goldie's Love In For Kids at Ron Burkle’s Green Acres Estate - Beverly Hills, California, United States - Saturday 7th May 2016

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Tara Reid - 'Tie the Knot' premiere at The Grove - Outside Arrivals - Los Angeles, California, United States - Wednesday 4th May 2016

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Sharknado 4 Will Be Titled 'Sharknado: The 4th Awakens'


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It's been revealed that the fourth instalment of the Sharknado franchise will pay homage to Star Wars with its title, Sharknado: The 4th Awakens. Syfy have also just announced that the TV movie will premiere on Sunday, July 31 at 8 p.m. on the cable network.

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The latest film in the franchise will be set five years after the East Coast was torn apart in last summer’s Sharknado 3: Oh Hell No. Ian Ziering will return as Fin, who has spent the past five years living happily shark free. But now the sharks and tornados are back and turning up in unexpected places.

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Tara Reid - Galerie Montaigne Opening in West Hollywood - Arrivals - Los Angeles, California, United States - Saturday 20th February 2016

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Tara Reid , Yavuz Cansiz - Tara Reid arrives at Los Angeles International Airport (LAX) - Los Angeles, California, United States - Friday 9th October 2015

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Tara Reid - TV Guide and TV Insider present The Television Industry Advocacy Awards Gala held at the Sunset Tower - Outside Arrivals - Los Angeles, California, United States - Friday 18th September 2015

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Guest , Tara Reid - Celebrities attend 2015 Entertainment Weekly Pre-Emmy Party at Fig & Olive Melrose Place. at Fig & Olive - Los Angeles, California, United States - Friday 18th September 2015

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Tara Reid - Audi celebrates Emmys Week 2015 held at Cecconi's restaurant in West Hollywood at Cecconi's - Los Angeles, California, United States - Friday 18th September 2015

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Tara Reid - 2015 Entertainment Weekly Pre-Emmy Party at Fig & Olive Melrose Place - Arrivals at Fig & Olive - Los Angeles, California, United States - Friday 18th September 2015

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Tara Reid - TV Guide and TV Insider present The Television Industry Advocacy Awards Gala held at the Sunset Tower - Arrivals at Sunset Tower - Los Angeles, California, United States - Friday 18th September 2015

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Tara Reid - The Brent Shapiro Foundation's 10th Annual Summer Spectacular at Private Residence - Beverly Hills, California, United States - Saturday 12th September 2015

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Tara Reid - Tara Reid arriving The Nice Guy nightclub in West Hollywood - Los Angeles, California, United States - Thursday 27th August 2015

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Tara Reid - Tara Reid leaving The Nice Guy nightclub in West Hollywood at West Hollywood - Los Angeles, California, United States - Thursday 27th August 2015

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Tara Reid's Signature Scent? Shark. And Lavender, Apparently.


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Here’s a thing you didn’t know you needed until just now – Tara Reid’s shark perfume. No joke, the Sharknado and Sharknado 2: The Second One star has a perfume deal and is releasing her new scent, Shark by Tara. The scent description boasts notes of iced mint, violet, lemon, jasmine, amber, musk and more – not exactly what you’d get a whiff of, if a shark dropped from the sky, though I’m definitely not speaking from experience here.

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Maybe it's the shark's attitude you're supposed to get from this? Unclear.

According to the description on Tara’s own website, the perfume also incorporates a bouquet of ”lavender-colored flowers”, which is, incidentally, Reid’s favorite colour. So it sounds fresh, at least. This one sounds fun for the novelty, if not anything else, although the $24,95 price tag might be asking a bit much for the sharky scent. For that price, the bottle could have at least been shaped like a shark head or something.

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"Sharknado 2: The Second One" Causes Full-Scale Tweetnado


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Today in “how is this even happening” news, Sharknado 2 made a killing with its ratings. Ha. Get it? A killing? Well, it’s making a moderate, relative to other SyFy original movies, killing. In related news, the subsequent Tweetnado broke records set by the likes of Kimye and Miley Cyrus.

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Ian Ziering and Tara Reid star in the social media phenomenon.

The movie premiered on Wednesday night to the best ratings SyFy has seen. Ever.  Sharknado 2: The Second One attracted 3.9 million total viewers and 1.6 million adults age 18-49, averaging 1.8 million adults age 25-54. That's nearly three times the ratings the original Sharknado movie earned.

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Sharks And Absurdity Descend On NYC In "Sharknado 2: The Second One"


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As unfortunate as the idea of Sharknado 2 sounds, it’s happening. Let that sink in for a second: someone wrote, filmed and edited a sequel to 2013’s lamest B-movie. Sharknado: The Second One was reportedly filmed in just 18 days for less than $2 million and premiers Wednesday. The “natural” disaster hits New York this time. The good news: someone at Asylum and/or SyFy obviously realized the only selling point of the original was its ridiculousness, so this time they’ve amped it up.

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Ian Ziering and Tara Reid stayed on to star in The Second One.

Sharknado 2: The Second One (the name really tells you everything you need to know) features chainsaws, Ian Ziering delivering inspiring speeches and sharks, sharks everywhere. The CGI team have really taken their job above and beyond, in quantity, if not quality. As Tara Reid put it in a recent interview with USA Today: "The sharks could go anywhere from inside hospitals to the Mets stadium to subways, to the street, to you name it, a shark could be there. The Empire State Building."

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'Sharknado' To Strike Again As Tara Reid And Ian Ziering Sign On For Sequel


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Sharknado 2: The Second Oneis well and truly underway with stars Tara Reid and Ian Ziering now signing on for the sequel, set to be shown this April. Syfy wasted no time last July announcing plans for the sequel when the TV movie became the most talked about television event of the summer.

Stars Ian Ziering and Tara Reid will return for Sharknado sequel Stars Ian Ziering and Tara Reid will return for Sharknado sequel.

After a the original announcement of a sequel fans took to Twitter in their thousands to suggest potential titles, with producers eventually deciding on the not so creative Sharknado 2: The Second One. Sharknado told the story of April (Tara Reid) and Finn (Ian Ziering) who are the only people able to save New York after a freak weather system floods the city with shark infested water. The TV movie became an unlikely hit thanks in part to social media, though it dividing opinion with some calling it the 'worst movie ever'.

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Sharknado Sequel: A Title Is Chosen, More Sharks Are Coming


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It's Shark Week ladies and gents and what better way to celebrate than unveil the announcement of the movie title we've all been waiting for. Sharknado, the film that visualised the inconceivable horror of sharks, AKA the shredders of the sea, taking to air and land as a hurricane rages through a waterlogged Los Angeles, will be reincarnated in a sequel.

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Tara Reid & Ian Ziering Lived The Horror Of Sharks On Land.

Starring shark defenders Tara Reid and Ian Ziering, Sharknado saw sharks blasted in their droves out of drains, they flew in their gnashing swarms through the stormy air and swam craftily through the underwater streets of LA with one thing on their mind. Blood...and reviews so bad the acid burned through the words. The internet's reaction ranged from "woah, sharks!" to nervous disparagement that was thinly veiled behind the "LOLZ." However, one chilling question gripped everyone's minds. Could there possibly be...more sharks?

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Missed 'Sharknado' On The Small Screen? Well, Not To Worry


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Something happens to people when intentionally bad movies get big, we’re not sure what to call it, but there’s a kind of cultish devotion to the art of bad cinema, and it’s becoming just as big as the cultish devotion to good cinema (anyone who owns that Werner Herzog boxset look away now, go and pre-order something in the world cinema section).

So if you missed Sharknado when it was on SyFy, and let’s face it, you probably only knew it was on when you logged in to Twitter and saw the storm brewing, then you can still catch the B-movie, starring the one and only Tara Reid.

Reid, who has recently been linked with a Sharknado exit (Sharknado shouldn’t be so much of a thing that people can be linked with exits, but they are) has been talking about how funny it was to shoot.

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Weather Forecast: More Sharknados On The Way But Has The Tara Reid Wind Died Down?


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Let’s face it: Tara Reid isn’t exactly the most sought after actress in Hollywood, but she’s pretty good at not taking herself too seriously.

Sharknado, then, was perfect for her; a B-movie based on a ridiculous premise, not striving for critical acclaim and sure to be an ironic hit.

The made-for-TV film is headed towards cinemas on August 2nd, such is its popularity, and a sequel has already been confirmed.

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SyFy Approves "Sharknado" Sequel. What's Next?


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The forecast for 2014 is looking rather toothy, after the news broke out that the SyFy channel has greenlit another Sharknado. Yes, apparently the first one was such a monster (ha!) hit, that the good people of SyFy see enough potential for a sequel. We see how that could be, after all, the story of a tornado, raining sharks down on earth is a complex, nuanced one that clearly needs more than one movie to be told, preferably a trilogy.

Apparently, in the company’s eyes, Sharknado is literally so bad it’s good. While the questionable project doesn’t even have a script yet, the good people over at SyFy were apparently so impressed with the social media tornado that the first one stirred up, that they immediately started gearing up for a second one.

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Tara Reid Would Be Happy To Star In 'Sharknado 2'


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Tara Reid has announced she wouldn't reject the idea of featuring in a sequel of the film.  She said in an interview aired after the Sharknado's premiere on Thursday: "why not?" She went on to say the film is "so funny it's almost like a cult classic".

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Tara Reid at the premiere of Fast And The Furious 6 in L.A.

Sharknado attracted an audience of 1.4 million viewers who tuned into SyFy on Thursday 11th July. The film does exactly what it says on the tin: with Sharks being swept up by a tornado and dropped on Los Angeles. 

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Sharknado Invades Twitter: Are Intentionally Bad Films Still Good...Or Are They Bad?


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The premise of Sharnado is simple – a freak storm drags killer sharks from their natural habitat and hurls then towards L.A, where they either reside in the residual floods left behind by the storm, or fly through the air and straight into peoples throats, ready for a mauling. Unless of course you’re that unlucky shark that fies straight into this chainsaw.

Starring Tara Reid, Cassie Scerbo and John Heard, Sharnado is a made for TV movie, and aired for the first time last night on Syfy – the network responsible for bringing you Arachnoquake, Sharktopus and Aladdin & The Death Lamp. It has something of The Room about it, Tommy Wiseau’s cult classic, which is famous for being pretty awful, and having some of the funniest lines in cinema history.

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The Fields Trailer


It's 1973 and young Steven is having a hard time from problems at his home in Pennsylvania due to his mother and father's tempestuous relationship with each other. In a bid to protect Steven from emotional turmoil and to allow themselves time to rebuild their marriage, his parents send him off to spend time with his grandparents on their farm which he soon finds is no longer a safe haven. In a moment of curiosity, Steven talks a walk into the high, expansive corn field but is given a fright when he discovers the body of a dead woman. He tells his grandparents who don't believe him at first, and he is approached by some unsavoury characters when he is briefly left alone in the car. Soon, the family become the victims of some terrifying disturbances at their home caused by some hidden perpetrators that use the corn fields as a hiding place and Steven begins to realise that he has less to fear from the dead than the living.

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American Reunion [aka American Pie: Reunion] Review


Weak
Call this a missed opportunity. While there's plenty of scope to have fun with these characters as they hit 30, this script is simply not up to the job. It's never very funny, has no sense of momentum and only comes to life due to the endearing characters and the likeable actors who play them.

It's the class of 1999's 13th reunion (huh?), so the entire gang returns to East Great Falls. Jim and Michelle (Bigs and Hannigan) now have a 2-year-old son, which has interrupted their sex life; Oz (Klein) is a B-list TV star with a supermodel girlfriend (Bowden); the now-married Kevin is worried about rekindling his high school romance with Vicky (Reid); Finch (Thomas) is a world traveler who clicks with Michelle's band camp pal Selena (Ramirez). And then there's party-boy prankster Stifler (Scott), who hasn't changed at all and leads them into all manner of trouble.

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Video - Tara Reid Leaving The Fred Segal Boutique In West Hollywood


American actress Tara Reid (The Big Lebowski and American Pie) leaves the Fred Segal boutique in West Hollywood. The event causes a mass of paparazzi to flood around her car but a housewife nudges her way to the front and gets the best photo of all

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Tara Reid Wednesday 9th July 2008 Hale Bob hosts a Summer of Love Event celebrating the hottest season's clothing collection and the birthday bash of its creator Daniel Bohbot Los Angeles, California

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Tara Reid Wednesday 9th July 2008 with friends leaving the top lesbian nightspot the 'Falcon Club' West Hollywood, California

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Tara Reid Wednesday 18th July 2007 Chelsea Football Club Hollywood Party Los Angeles, California

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National Lampoon's Van Wilder Review


Terrible
It's sad that visual jokes about male bodily fluids no longer shock audiences. Now, for films to surprise us, they must include jokes about the fluids of other animals. Van Wilder, the latest installment in the never-ending National Lampoon series, doesn't stop with just a joke, however. It actually contains a scene wherein characters consume dog semen.

Perhaps in a sick, twisted way, the concept of a person unknowingly consuming animal semen could be somewhat amusing. But actually watching a character manually stimulate a canine with oversized testicles is not funny. The scene continues with the character filling donuts with the ejaculation and then feeding the pastries to his peers. The sequence concludes as characters squirt the contents of the food into their mouths. This is a point when gross-out humor simply becomes too gross to qualify as humor.

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Girl Review


Good
Dominique Swain jumps from one Lolita to another with Girl, this made-for-cable romp about a brainy beauty virgin who decides to let it all slut-out with the local grunge-rock hero (Flanery). What lessons does she learn along the way? I never really figured that out... but for some reason, I didn't completely hate the film -- maybe because Swain is so damn cute.

My Boss's Daughter Review


Terrible
There are many mysteries to be solved in this world. Who really killed JFK? How the hell do you mix up "Al Gore" and "George Bush" on a ballot? In what world does a man who looks like the inbred son of goofy and has the haircut of a hangover become a teen heartthrob? Oh yeah, and why the hell did this movie ever get off the shelf it had been sitting on for two years to ruin what was otherwise a perfectly good day of mine?

To add to that selection of mysteries, we could easily tack on what the hell My Boss's Daughter is about (except third-grade grammatical screw-ups). Seriously. About an hour after I got out of the theatre I was attempting to warn some girl about the dangers of seeing this movie and, in the process, realized that I still don't know of a single shred of the movie that makes sense.

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Alone In The Dark Review


Terrible
In October 2003, Uwe Boll directed House of the Dead, easily one of the worst movies I've seen in the last five years. Fewer than two years later, Boll brings us Alone in the Dark, with a cast of recognizable, albeit fading stars (Tara Reid, Christian Slater, Stephen Dorff), and a nationwide release.

This is like getting a promotion after setting the boss's desk on fire. How does this happen?

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Josie And The Pussycats Review


Very Good
Remember all those television-themed movies in the 90s, big-screen versions of TV favorites that were devoid of any energy (The Flintstones, The Beverly Hillbillies, The Little Rascals, Sgt. Bilko)? Well, forget that problem with Josie and the Pussycats. This pop culture comedy is just popping with giggles, laughs, rockin' tunes, a smart script, and an infectious spirit.

If you're old enough to remember the Josie and the Pussycats cartoon (from the Archie comics), but young enough to have actually watched it, you'll dig this. The plot is a kick -- a trio of peace-loving, friends 4-ever, rockin' chicks get hurled into the limelight as the next big thing... only to realize they're just a corporate vessel carrying subliminal messages that make teenagers part with their cash.

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American Pie Review


Excellent
This is certainly the year for comedy, with South Park, Austin Powers 2, and now American Pie making the last month alone nothing short of a gut buster.

With all the sophistication of Porky's 2, American Pie is a teen sex comedy (and was originally titled as such) that leaves taste and sophistication at the door and goes straight for the comedic jugular. The highest-of-concepts plot is simple: Four high school virgins vow to lose their virginity by the end of school, and the prom is only three weeks away. Plots and schemes are hatched out the yin-yang.

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Dr. T And The Women Review


OK
What has Mr. T been doing for all these years since The A-Team? Well, he's been hard at work in medical school, obviously, and now he's Dallas's most sought-after OB/GYN!

We were admonished by a studio rep at the beginning of Dr. T and the Women not to spoil the plot twists in our review. Well, I'm going to spoil one right now by telling you this: Mr. T does not appear in this movie!

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National Lampoon's Van Wilder Review


Terrible
It's sad that visual jokes about male bodily fluids no longer shock audiences. Now, for films to surprise us, they must include jokes about the fluids of other animals. Van Wilder, the latest installment in the never-ending National Lampoon series, doesn't stop with just a joke, however. It actually contains a scene wherein characters consume dog semen.

Perhaps in a sick, twisted way, the concept of a person unknowingly consuming animal semen could be somewhat amusing. But actually watching a character manually stimulate a canine with oversized testicles is not funny. The scene continues with the character filling donuts with the ejaculation and then feeding the pastries to his peers. The sequence concludes as characters squirt the contents of the food into their mouths. This is a point when gross-out humor simply becomes too gross to qualify as humor.

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Around The Fire Review


Weak
Truly bad crap like this (the kind that pretends to have a social message) doesn't come along very often. The story of a boy (Devon Sawa) who ends up in drug rehab a la 28 Days, we are treated to a reenactment of his flameout, from experimenting with pot in prep school to becoming a full-blown drug dealer at Grateful Dead-like shows. Makes Reefer Madness look liberal by comparison.

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American Pie 2 Review


Bad

Back from their freshman year at college, the sex-crazed gang from "American Pie" rent a beach house and party hardy for the summer in the inevitable assembly-line sequel "American Pie 2."

Pastry-plugging loser Jim (the insufferable Jason Biggs) is waiting for a visit from Swedish exchange sexpot Nadia (the vapid Shannon Elizabeth), whose interest in him still isn't adequately explained. Loud-mouthed lecher Stifler (Seann William Scott) is still obsessed with nailing anonymous bimbos. Finch (Eddie Kaye Thomas) is still obsessed with bedding Stifler's mom (Jennifer Coolidge).

Oz (Chris Klien) is still hopelessly devoted to Heather (Mena Suvari), who only shows up about three times in the movie, calling on the phone from Europe. Freaky flutist Michelle (Alyson Haningan) is back at band camp, where Jim pays a visit for sexual advice. Former virgin Kevin (Thomas Ian Nicholas) is pining for former virgin Vicki (Tara Reid), who has moved on.

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Alone In The Dark Review


Zero

Playing the most laughable hottie scientist since nuclear-physicist Denise Richards in "The World Is Not Enough," Tara Reid -- Hollywood's poster tart for partying hardy and bad breast implants -- produces one of the defining moments in the utterly inept supernatural action-horror flick "Alone in the Dark."

She's supposed to be a gifted archeologist specializing in rare Native American artifacts -- which when pieced together could open a portal to a monster-spewing parallel world -- yet as she catalogs these objects, she notes that one of them was discovered in "New Found Land."

Her snicker-inducing mispronunciation of the Canadian province clearly demonstrates that 1) Reid is anything but an educated scientist, 2) German director Uwe Boll hasn't learned English well enough to direct a movie in English, and 3) no one else involved with this picture cared enough to say "It's one word, pronounced noo-fhund-lund, you bimbo."

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American Pie Review


Bad

Somehow a rumor got started that "American Pie" was a daring, ribald, laugh-a-minute movie. The positive advance buzz on this thing -- essentially that it's a high school "There's Something About Mary" -- has been incredible, and completely untrue.

The reality is that it's nothing more than "Porky's" for the internet set or a wet dream episode of "Saved By the Bell." It's the regrettable return of the high-profile, low-brow sex comedy, aimed at idiots and hormone-driven teenage boys -- the kind of movie in which all high school girls are easy (even the angelic virgins) and hottie Swedish exchange students doff their duds at the slightest provocation and happily flop on their backs for the school's biggest dorks.

The plot, in one line of dialogue, is this: "Here's the deal -- we all get laid before we graduate."

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Josie & The Pussycats Review


Weak

If you were to take the 1998 Spice Girls movie called "Spice World," then remove all the self-deprecation, all the homages to "Hard Day's Night," and all the surprising wit that made it such a great guilty pleasure, what you'd be left with would closely resemble the new "Josie and the Pussycats" movie -- although the results would still be less formulaic.

A live-action revival of the girlie rock band from the Archie comics and Saturday Morning cartoons, "Josie" is a hypocritical satire of MTV conformity that carefully tippy-toes around its mockery of the fickle pop music market so as not to rock the boat with its target audience -- those very same conformist teenagers at whom it pokes fun.

As the movie opens, the private plane carrying a boy band called Dejour (ha ha, very funny) has just been crashed on the command of their evil manager Wyatt Frame (Alan Cumming), who had to get rid of the boys after they discovered the record company's subliminal messages planted in their songs.

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Just Visiting Review


OK

Imagine "Crocodile Dundee" with a 12th Century knight in Chicago instead of a leathery lifelong Outbacker in New York, and you've pretty much got the crux of "Just Visiting," a slapsticky, Hollywood remake of 1993's slapsticky French mega-hit "Les Visiteurs."

Jean Reno and Christian Clavier reprise their roles from the original as Count Thibault of Malfete and his groveling servant-sidekick André, who are transported to modern times by a wizard's miscalculated spell.

How they have the dumb luck to materialize in a Chicago history museum where a Malfete descendent (Christina Applegate) is in charge of the 12th Century France exhibit isn't explained. In fact, the vast majority of the movie is dependent on the audience blindly accepting supremely stupid plot holes. But somehow director Jean-Marie Gaubert (also returning from the '93 version) manages to keep this fish-out-of-water stuff amusing, even though the film seems a little too pleased with its own self-aware cartoony-ness.

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Dr T & The Women Review


Very Good

After spending the better part of his adult life in a storm of estrogen, OB-GYN Dr. Sullivan Travis (Richard Gere) is still a man in awe of women and still at a loss to understand them.

The fashionable gynecologist to every flaky high society dame in Dallas, his overbooked office waiting room is always a circus of air-kissing aristocrats in leopard print hats and feather boas.

At home he has a wife (Farrah Fawcett) who may be ready for a stay at a well-heeled asylum. Also under his roof are one slightly ditzy daughter (Kate Hudson) preoccupied with planning her deluxe wedding and another offspring (Tara Reid) who wants to throw a wrench in the works because she's suspicious of the curious influence the bourgeois maid of honor (Liv Tyler) seems to have over her sister.

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Tara Reid Movies

Sharknado Movie Review

Sharknado Movie Review

You couldn't even say this movie is so bad that it's good, because it's seriously...

The Fields Trailer

The Fields Trailer

It's 1973 and young Steven is having a hard time from problems at his home...

American Reunion [aka American Pie: Reunion] Movie Review

American Reunion [aka American Pie: Reunion] Movie Review

Call this a missed opportunity. While there's plenty of scope to have fun with these...

American Pie: Reunion Trailer

American Pie: Reunion Trailer

When we last saw East Great Falls' Class of '99, they were celebrating the wedding...

National Lampoon's Van Wilder Movie Review

National Lampoon's Van Wilder Movie Review

It's sad that visual jokes about male bodily fluids no longer shock audiences. Now,...

American Pie 2 Movie Review

American Pie 2 Movie Review

The gang from American Pie is back in American Pie 2, or, I Still Know...

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My Boss's Daughter Movie Review

My Boss's Daughter Movie Review

There are many mysteries to be solved in this world. Who really killed JFK? How...

Alone In The Dark Movie Review

Alone In The Dark Movie Review

In October 2003, Uwe Boll directed House of the Dead, easily one of the worst...

Body Shots Movie Review

Body Shots Movie Review

Again, Hollywood has taken creative marketing to new heights with Body Shots. Judging by...

Josie and the Pussycats Movie Review

Josie and the Pussycats Movie Review

Remember all those television-themed movies in the 90s, big-screen versions of TV favorites that were...

American Pie Movie Review

American Pie Movie Review

This is certainly the year for comedy, with South Park, Austin Powers 2, and now...

Just Visiting Movie Review

Just Visiting Movie Review

In 1993, director Jean-Marie Poiré created a small comedy sensation about two 12th century Frenchmen...

Dr. T And The Women Movie Review

Dr. T And The Women Movie Review

What has Mr. T been doing for all these years since The A-Team? Well,...

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