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  • Jul 26, 2015 09:30 AM
    Last: 6yr

    I heard Kylie couldn't see Caitlyn at all because to Kylie, Caitlyn is trans-parent...

    But seriously, I hope the show goes well. I'll probably be checking it out.

  • May 02, 2015 07:09 AM
    Last: 6yr

    Yes, it promotes sexist stereotypes but honestly, if women want to do that and aren't being forced or pressure to do so, then more power to them. That is their choice, and I'm behind it.

    But personally, I don't find it entertaining at all. And it's just as corrupt as most entertainment industries, like NCAA and FIFA etc.

  • Apr 24, 2015 02:54 PM
    Last: 7yr
    Yeah, Days of Future Past is still on my list of movies that need seeing as well
  • May 21, 2015 07:14 PM
    Last: 7yr
    NeoLogic Wrote: I've never been a fan of the E! News network. And I lost some respect for Chelsea Handler when she started a show on their network. Not because she took the job, that's all well and good. But because she allowed the show to turn into a hateful, gossip rag, when it started out as a show with some promise. That show and 'The Soup' were really the only good programs on that network. And then somewhere down the line, Handler's show went south, and fast.

    Then Chandler surprised me by quitting her very popular show, and opting to join up with a network I really respect - Netflix. Turns out all the while Chelsea really did not enjoy her E! News show because all the network would let her do was mindless gossip on trending celebrities. Handler has apparently always wanted to do more, and I actually think she is capable of much more. So, I am looking forward to what she and Netflix can create, a new show that is to be much more in the vein of '60 Minutes', to come out in 2016.

    Here's Chelsea in a recent interview about her old show, and her transition into working with Netflix:
    "At E!, I did what I wanted, and I didn't listen to anybody because I didn't care what they had to say because I didn't respect their opinions," she said.

    "At Netflix, I do respect their opinions. It's like going out with a guy you're proud to be seen with."

    She also insisted: "I'm so much smarter than that show was, and I wanted to be doing a show that was smarter than I was."

    Handler described her dream format for her Netflix series as being a "faster, quicker [and] cooler" version 60 Minutes, where she can focus on "healthy mix of everything that goes on around the world".

    What do you think? Can Handler redeem herself and turn her image around? I actually think she can, and I will definitely give her new show a shot when it comes out.
    Pretty much sums up my opinion about the Handler, E! and Netflix. Well put
  • May 26, 2015 04:27 PM
    Last: 6yr
    Vince Vaughn is really good in one specific type of role. I'm not saying he can't do different roles, I just have never seen him do it
  • May 27, 2015 12:54 PM
    Last: 7yr
    This movie looks like a rip off of the Fast and Furious franchise. Agent infiltrates group of "Robin Hood" outlaws and then has to make a choice between duty and friendship. Terrible plot, terrible acting, premise make zero sense. The only difference is that car enthusiast is replaced by extreme athlete.

    On an unrelated note, I have no idea how Fast and Furious got green lit for even one sequel. But Point Break will probably fail to hit its mark because there are a lot less extreme athletes than their are car lovers.
  • May 26, 2015 04:27 PM
    Last: 6yr
    I really need to start watching this series. I heard it was amazing
  • May 22, 2015 05:25 PM
    Last: 7yr
    I'm certainly going to watch it. I think Affleck can pull it off
  • Apr 03, 2015 04:27 PM
    Last: 7yr
    Stephen Colbert (the real version) is going to be interviewing George Lucas and I'm really stoked about it. Colbert describes himself as the original Star Wars fan and I'm pretty sure he hates the prequels just as much as the rest of us. It will be interesting to see how this goes.
  • Apr 03, 2015 05:13 AM
    Last: 7yr
    For nearly two decades we have seen the character Stephen Colbert make us laugh. He was great on the Daily Show and the Colbert Report. But in all those years, he has been playing a character, not himself.

    With his new show, Colbert would presenting himself, his actual persona, to the world. I'm really looking forward to it.