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Mar 9th 2011 7:51PM Really, this is the kind of crap headline that warrants a mainpage feature? Rich person has weight issue? No wonder The Jersey Shore still has an audience.
Jan 24th 2011 8:54AM Let me guess, she's actually a white male.
Jan 24th 2011 8:52AM I'm still surprised that regular people care about what rich people say about each other. Am I the ONLY person who doesn't buy into these ridiculous awards shows? They are the most self-serving examples of egomania in this country - multimillionaires getting awards for simply doing their jobs...bravo America! Grammys, Tonys, Golden Globes, Oscars, all the way down to the Espys - they're all the same flavor of unnecessary crap.
Jan 20th 2011 12:02PM How exactly is this news? Splash Mountain in Walt Disney World goes down for refurbishment EVERY JANUARY!
Oct 26th 2010 7:37AM Ummm, did the writer of this article forget about Cedric Diggory's death in Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire?
Apr 18th 2010 1:58PM bottom line is, if she was a minority, NOBODY would care. I don't like playing the race card, but minority mothers have struggled for decades with numerous children. because Kate is a white, blond, with glow-in-the-dark teeth, America somehow feels obligated to give a sh** about her. Sorry, she can rot in the abyss for all I care.
Apr 15th 2010 8:49PM Gutted. Absolutely gutted. Words are futile, but I tried my best here: http://www.examiner.com/x-5629-Heavy-Metal-Examiner~y2010m4d15-TYPE-O-NEGATIVE-front-man-Peter-Steele-passes-away-at-age-48
Feb 24th 2010 3:45PM So, you're giving the show a negative review based solely on the previews???? Must be a slow news day.
Feb 24th 2008 2:36PM Silly question, but what exactly does "plagarized" mean? As far as I know, it's not a real word.
May 1st 2006 3:00PM My serious concern with this is multifold. 1) Why would Hollywood remake a movie that had already butchered & mish-moshed several fantastic Greek myths that could be transformed into films in their own rights? 2) Isn't the simple notion of remaking something Ray Harryhausen touched considered sacrilege? 3) How do you make a snake-haired woman that turns people to stone AND a giant sea monster "more realistic"? 4) WHY, gods, why does Hollywood insist on turning the more charming aspects of my childhood film-watching into ground chuck for the unimaginative, spoon-fed cinematic generation? That's my 2 cents for now.