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August 2006
Week of August 14th through August 18th




SAMUEL L. JACKSON stars in
SNAKES ON A PLANE opens on August 18th

Snakes on a Plane stars Samuel L. Jackson as an FBI agent who is escorting an eye witness on a flight from Hawaii to Los Angeles when a crimelord sets in motion the release of hundreds of deadly snakes on the commercial airplane in order to eliminate the witness before he can testify against him. The FBI agent must protect his witness while banding together with the pilot, frightened crew and passengers in a desperate attempt to survive.

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Snakes on a Plane cast interviews

Samuel L. Jackson
Kenan Thompson
DARK KNIGHT update

Producer Charles Roven talks about the next Batman film.

THE FANTASIA BARRINO STORY: LIFE IS NOT A FAIRY TALE An Interview with Viola Davis

Davis talks about playing a real life person, Fantasia's mother, as well as the role she plays in the "World Trade Center".


THE DEPARTED UPDATES

New Posters and Pictures from the movie starring Leonardo DiCaprio & Matt Damon


TRUST THE MAN: AN INTERVIEW WITH DAVID DUCHOVNY

Duchovny spoke about his role and working with Julianne again as well as a comeback to the X-Files franchise.


ACCEPTED news

Rising star Columbus Short featured in comedy.


TYLER PERRY'S DADDY'S LITTLE GIRL update

Check out some pics from the film with Gabrielle Union and Idris Elba


TV NEWS - THE WIRE update

Meet the new kids on the block for the 4th season.


REDRUM update

Film starring Jill Marie Jones and Terri J. Vaughn wraps production.


FILM on AIDS

Will Smith and Glenn Close narrate critically acclaimed film on global AIDS.


PAN'S LABYRINTH update

Guillermo del Toro talks to LatinoReview about Pan's Labyrinth and Hellboy 2


The Grudge 2

Check out photos on the sequel to the horror film.

Crossover update

Check out the latest on the B-Ball film with Anthony Mackie and Eva Pigford

Press Conference, Director Oliver Stone, Nicholas Cage, Michael Pena, and Maggie Gyllenhaal, WTC, 9/11, World Trade Center, Will Jimeno, John McLoughlin

At a recent press conference in New York City, Stone, Cage, Pena and Gyllenhaal spoke about the film and the characters they played.

STEP UP An Interview with MARIO

Mario talks about the opportunity of acting and learning to grow in the business as well as with next album

Half Nelson: An Interview with Anthony Mackie and Shareeka Epps

Mackie and Epps speak about what led them to work on this film and working with Gosling.

ARE WE DONE YET? update

Production begins on the sequel with Ice Cube and Nia Long

WELCOME BACK, KOTTER news

Original Horshak back as The Principal

BEERFEST update

Journalists enjoy bar crawling with the Broken Lizard guys

Smoking Aces Update

Check out the trailer that star Alicia Keys, Taraji Henson, and Common.

Idlewild Updates

New pictures from the film with Ving Rhames and Terrence Howard.

King of Scotland Update

Poster added for moving starring Kerri Washington & Forrest Whitaker

The Perfect Chtistmas Cast Updates

Queen Latifah, Terrence Howard, Gabrielle Union, and Morris Chestnut star in film directed by Lance Rivera.

PREMIUM update

Check out the trailer that stars Zoe Saldana, Hill Harper, and Dorrian Missick

Faces to Watch 2006

Take a look at the new crop of talent emerging this year.
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Reviews

Latest Review Additions:
  
Snakes on a Plane(in Film )

New Line has nothing to fear, for "Snakes on a Plane" is a thrill, seeking, action-packed joy ride that have you jumping in your seats.

Step Up (in Film )

Mindless, formulaic fun, perfect escapist fare for the dog days of summer.

CSA: The Confederate States of America DVD review DVD Review (in Film )

Infinitely creative, CSA offers an alternately sobering and humorous look at America’s lingering legacy of racism.

Scary Movie 4 DVD Review (in Film )

With the storyline irrelevant, Scary Movie 4 is an experience best savored just for the laughs without trying to make sense of anything.

Half Nelson (in Film )

A half-hearted study in black and white which never dares to take enough risks to make it worth the watch.
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World Trade Center (in Film )

A tenderhearted tearjerker, yes, but without once hitting a false note, World Trade Center might be the best movie Oliver Stone ever made.

Talladega Nights (in Film )

Talladega Nights is the BEST comedy of this summer! You will laugh your hearts out and then some.

The Descent (in Film )

This is definitely a film worth watching. It's creepy, frightening and will make one definitely afraid of the dark

Miami Vice (in Film )

No chemistry, no cool, no compelling characters, no air of urgency. Just a very average crime caper which fails to entertain the viewer on a gut, cerebral or superficial level.

V for Vendetta DVD (in Film )

This is an adventure where preachy dialogue, social statements and character development have been exalted at the expense of balls-out action and technical wizardry.

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