Review

NO WONDER ADAM SANDLER MAKES SUCH BAD MOVIES

He seems like a good father – Adam Sandler took his lookalike daughter Sadie, 11, shopping in Beverly Hills, Adam is 51, but he dresses more like he’s 15. Recently he told Jennifer Lawrence that he stopped reading his movie reviews in 1995 when critics panned Billy Madison. Instead of TAKING A HINT and learning a thing or two from his reviews, he refuses to acknowledge them. We are not fans of his work, but when he appears in other director’s movies, (like The Meyerowitz Stories) he’s a decent actor. Adam – it’s time to grow up and utilize those reviews.

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KRIS JENNER: A DEMENTED NORMA DESMOND?

Just yesterday, we wrote about Kris Jenner being desperate to make her talk show a hit, and already we have living proof! Brilliant NY Post TV critic Linda Stasi wrote a devastating critique of Kris’s show -she declared the show is “horrible” and Jenner is “boring, self-involved, spoiled, and vacuous.” She compared Kris to a demented Norma Desmond, and said she had as much right to have a talk show as her talentless daughter Khloe had for hosting a talent show. (Click HERE to read review – you’ll love it!) In response, Kris sent Linda Stasi a dozen Magnolia cupcakes and a $325 silver Tiffany pen. An enclosed note suggested that Linda use the pen to write a better review next time. Linda was outraged at the bribe attempt, and further lambasted Kris while claiming she cannot be bought. This drama is better than the talk show.
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SATURDAY NIGHT LIVE FIASCO: CAN LINDSAY LOHAN ACT WITHOUT ADDERALL?

How many times in the past have we heard people ponder Lindsay Lohan’s drug episodes or criminally messed up life, and cluck “It’s too bad BECAUSE SHE’S SUCH A GOOD ACTRESS!” Fact is, she hasn’t displayed acting talent for many years, and when she did she was a child, and open to less criticism. Obviously she started to BELIEVE all those sympathetic people who thought she had talent, because she was bragging all week about how great her appearance on Saturday Night Live would be. A triumphant return? Hardly. Lohan’s contribution was minimal and she strained to read her cue cards like a stiff robot. Has she lost her memory- or her sense of humor – or both? Whoever cast her as Elizabeth Taylor must be getting worried about now.

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“NEW YEAR’S EVE” FLOPPED BECAUSE THE AUDIENCE REMEMBERED HOW BAD “VALENTINES DAY ” WAS

There’s a good reason why the box office returns this past weekend were at a record low: the new releases were incredibly bad. “New Year’s Eve” only pulled in $13.7 million dollars (Jonah Hill’s poorly reviewed “The Sitter” took second place with 10 million.) Last February the same team who did “New Year’s Eve” released the similar “Valentine’s Day” to an opening of $56.3 million. So why didn’t the audience flock to see this year’s Garry Marshall star studded extravaganza? Because the audience REMEMBERED how disappointing “Valentines Day” was. A multitude of attractive stars (above) cannot save a LAME script and a tired predictable story. Hopefully the movie audience is actually getting smarter about their choices.

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RUSSELL BRAND: WILL KATY PERRY’S BABIES LOOK LIKE TINY TIM?

Russell Brand has suffered some awful reviews for his remake of “Arthur” but none are probably worse than Kyle Smith’s in the New York Post. Smith said that Brand’s performance “rapidly descends the rungs of the comedy ladder from “unfunny” to “irritating” to “vulgar.” He went on to say that “some of the dialog might have been funny from someone mugging half as much as Brand.” The critic complained about Brand’s lack of charm and said “he manages to be as odious as his doppelganger, the 60’s novelty singer Tiny Tim.” See photos above. (Who knew stepping into Dudley Moore’s shoes in “Arthur” would be so dangerous?)

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PEE WEE HERMAN IS GRATEFUL TO HIS LOYAL FANS

Pee Wee Herman (Paul Reubens) came out of the backstage door at the Stephen Sondheim Theater on Broadway with a megaphone to thank all his fans for supporting him through good times and bad. “The Pee Wee Herman Show” opened to great reviews – the New York Times described Pee Wee as “a human exclamation point” and the show as “a bubble bath of nostalgia.” (We can picture the audience full of ageing hipsters and parents with children.) After a 20 year pause, the show has Pee Wee entering the world of computers. What could be more fun for the Christmas season?

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