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The shameless, gleefully sophomoric “Hangover Part III” poses the question, “If this is an R-rated comedy, what on earth would earn an NC-17?” Cocky Phil (Bradley Cooper), fidgety Stu (Ed Helms) and incorrigible Alan (Zach Galifianakis) stumble across the finish line of their misadventure trilogy in rare and raunchy form, dragging the boundaries for perverse comedy along with them.
The three bumbling amigos/sparring partners, who bonded during an epic bender on a Vegas bachelor party, come full circle here. Still c
The Invader: Crooked financier Edward Rasmus is being sued by family he cheated, one that is now represented by Laurel Lance. Rasmus decides to settle (way) out of court and hires a taciturn hit man ( J. August Richards) to eliminate them under the cover of a home invasion, but fails to catch the couple’s young son, who flees to Detective Lance’s precinct. Laurel and Tommy take the boy in temporarily, but the Invader quickly tracks them down and it’s only Laurel’s quick sussing out of his disguise (and a handy shotgun) that keeps them alive long enough for the Hooded Vigilante to burst in and chase the Invader away.
When Rasmus ends up in custody after drawing Oliver’s ire, the Invader visits him by pretending to be his lawyer.
Afternoon Kindle-ites!!! So, in honor of Mothers Day today (*waves to all the mothers*) I thought I would put together a post featuring my top 5 favorite mothers in literature. If Im being honest, when I first thought this up (last night at midnight) I thought it would be something I could throw together in 10-15 minutes and then be on my merry way. Ha! Turns out that mothers get a bad rap. Who knew? While I could easily make you a list of 50 horrible mothers, AND go into incredible detail to back up each and every one of my choices, its A LOT harder to find strong, loving, mothers in books these days. (Go ontry it. I dare you.) Butafter a few hours of me scouring my library I think I have it. S
ET paid a visit to the set of the upcoming comedy series Don’t Trust the B—- in Apartment 23 and found out what the show’s stars think about the controversial title.
When James Van Der Beek, who plays a fictional version of himself in the series, was asked whether there would be any controversy, he replied, “I hope so. We’re hoping to get picketed by somebody…If there are people outside the studio with signs that say, ‘Don’t watch this show. This show is wrong,’ then I think we’ve done something right.”
James Van Der Beek Welcomes Baby Boy
The 35-year-old actor revealed that the show’s edginess doesn’t stop at the title and he’s surprised that the show is set to be on network television. “It feels like a cable show to me,” he explained. “We