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Trailer Park: “True Grit,” “Somewhere,” “Country Strong,” “Little Fockers,” “Gulliver’s Travels”

Who are you kidding, you know perfectly well that when you’ve run out of presents to open on Christmas Day (or you don’t celebrate Christmas) and you’ve run out of stuff to argue about with your family, that you’re going to want to see a movie. Fortunately, there are some pretty decent movies coming out this week and if you’re in the mood for something stupid, there’s plenty of that too! So when you’ve filled up on ham and eggnog, get yourself to a movie theater because nothing says Christmas like sitting in the dark, surrounded by strangers who’re also suffering for the inevitable post-Christmas blues! Happy Holidays! Keep reading »

Remember Stephen Dorff? Well, He’s Still Super Hot

You know what I love? When a hot guy I totalllllly forgot about suddenly makes a comeback and BAM! I’m reminded of how hot he was and, best of all, am happy to discover that he’s still epically drool-worthy. Such is the case with Stephen Dorff. HELLO. Dorff — who made my lady parts weep in “The Power of One” — is having his second coming with the forthcoming release of Sofia Coppola’s “Somewhere.” So where has he been for the last, like, 10 years? Clearly, working on his abs. Check out some more pics from this V Man photoshoot, after the jump. [ONTD] Keep reading »

Sofia Coppola’s “Somewhere” Wins Venice Film Festival, Looks Awesome

Every now and then, I find myself thinking about what Bill Murray whispered to Scarlett Johansson in the pinnacle scene of “Lost in Translation.” Or why the Lisbon sisters were so determined to off themselves in “The Virgin Suicides.” This is because director Sofia Coppola makes incredible movies about alienation and what gets people through it—be it Americans living in Japan, sisters in 1970s Detroit, or Marie Antoinette who has to leave her friends and family behind to marry the future King of France. And Sofia’s newest flick, “Somewhere,” sounds like it is very much in the same vein. It stars Stephen Dorff (yumz) as a Hollywood megastar living at the Chateau Marmont who is totally disenchanted with life until he gets custody of his 11-year-old daughter (played by Dakota’s little sister, Elle Fanning). So I guess I’m not shocked that on Saturday, “Somewhere” won the Venice Film Festival’s top prize, the Golden Lion. Keep reading »

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