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This Is So Last Week
2017 Weekly Entertainment, Celebrity and Pop Culture Trivia Quiz.
The 3rd week of 2017 in pop culture: we're talking a People's Choice record, Inauguration performances and an expensive car. See how well recent entertainment and celebrity news.
Friday Box Office Analysis
Sybil ain't got nothing on me..
The surprise winner on Friday is M. Night Shyamalan’s Split, earning solid $14.6 million on Friday. As part of the M. Night Shyamalan Redemption Tour, he took 2015’s The Visit to a $25.4 million opening after a $9.2 million Friday and now does even better with Split.
     


 
 
Weekend Forecast
Wow, he looks totally different than he did in F&F!
Reboot and pointless sequel season is now year-round, apparently.
Oscar Watch
Hey, cowboy.
A week before the Oscar nominations are announced, we take a look at what all the precursor nominations tell us about what is likely to come.
Hidden Gems: Eastern Promises
When hands are intimidating.
David Cronenberg is one of the most peculiar directors in the history of movies.
Viking Night: Barton Fink
Just for one day.
A wise man once said that you should never meet your heroes.
Birdman
Birdman Trivia Quiz
How did we get here? How did we turn from a movie superhero into an accomplished playwright trying to interpret Raymond Carver.
Review: The Bye Bye Man
I bet you're thinking it. And possibly saying it.
The concept isn't inherently dead in the water.
Top Chef Recap
Blackbeard, yar!
With ten chefs left, this episode sees two chefs go home.
Survivor: Game Changers
He's making fun of someone's immunity idol again.
Several months ago, I brought you a casting spoiler column for the upcoming 34th season of Survivor.
Overpaid Jerks
2017 Weekly Sports Trivia Quiz
NFL playoffs, NFL coaching changes, a short stay at #1 and foreign basketball. Put on your recent sports news thinkin' cap, here's our sports recap quiz for the 2nd week of 2017.
Movie Review: A Monster Calls
Fee fi fo fum.
A Monster Calls is not only a touching and entertaining family tale, but also, I believe, an essential one.
The Franchise that Couldn't
Even the poster is unimaginative.
This past May, the wildly popular Captain America: Civil War gave fans something they had long been clamoring for - Spider Man.
The Big Picture
Recent & upcoming films, awards and, if we're lucky, home phone numbers

January 21, 2017
Who is featured today? Here's a hint:

"Received pressure from many camps to turn down his Oscar to atone for his previous crimes against humanity"
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In this film, Carl tries to enlightened a room of unappreciative men about MICR numbers

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Jerry Simpson's
Top 5 Rick Baker Movies
  1. Men in Black
  2. Gorillas in the Mist
  3. Star Wars
  4. Captian Eo
  5. Dr Seuss' How the Grinch Stole Christmas
This Date in Film History
  1929:

Erotic filmmaker Radley Metzger is born in New York City.

1959:

Carl Switzer (Alfalfa from the Little Rascals) is shot to death in an argument in Mission Hills, California.


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