As anyone who has been on a road trip knows, strange, funny and eye-opening events are common. For this reason, it is little surprise that the road trip genre of cinema is so large. Here are a few road trip movies that every fan of cinema needs to see.
While Ryan O'Neal and Tatum O'Neal ended up at odds with each other in real life, their chemistry in Paper Moon is unforgettable. The black-and-white film used helps viewers feel as if they are watching film of the 1930s Midwest, and the adventures of a con man and his alleged daughter will stick with viewers. The story also demonstrates how much driving has changed through the years; Texas online defensive driving courses were not available at the time, and the state of driving shown in the movie demonstrates this fact well.
Chris Farley, a Saturday Night Live favorite to many in the early 1990s, is also known for his cinema work alongside friend and comedy partner David Spade. Tommy Boy, their most treasured collaboration, combines Farley's slapstick with a real sense of adventure. Those who enjoy redemption, overcoming adversity and 1990s comedy will enjoy Tommy Boy.
Little Miss Sunshine
Released in 2006, Little Miss Sunshine quickly became an underground hit. As the youngest of the family decides to enter a beauty pageant, the rest of (Read More.....)
Who doesn't want to smell like a celebrity? That is the theory, anyway. Below is our list of the hottest celebrity fragrances for 2012. It seems like with each passing year there are more "celebrity fragrances" than ever. Some of them are actually really, really good. The good news is that you don't have to pay an arm and a leg to get them if you get them on Amazon. So now you too can smell just like Sarah Jessica Parker, Paris Hilton, Halle Berry, Jessica Simpson and Britney Spears! Unfortunately, you still will not be as wealthy or as successful as any of them.
Here is our list of the 10 hottest celebrity fragrances for 2012....
The final episode of Lost will be aired on ABC on May 23, 2010 and many fans are hoping that this last episode will finally answer so many of the questions that have been raised over the last six years. The truth is that Lost has always been highly frustrating because it seemed to delight in teasing the viewers for years without ever really providing any real solid answers. So will the final episode of Lost provide some answers to all of our questions? One can only hope.
One can also hope that ABC will replace Lost with a show that has stars that have as good a fashion sense as the stars of Lost exhibited....
One of the biggest entertainment news items over the last couple of months has been the feud between Jay Leno and Conan O'Brien over late night time slots on NBC. You see, Jay Leno flopped so badly at 10 PM and Conan O'Brien flopped so badly at 11:35 that NBC was forced to make a change. Having Jay Leno at 10 PM was absolutely killing the local NBC news broadcasts at 11 PM and local NBC affiliates were crying out for a change. So NBC wanted to move Jay Leno to 11:35 and then have Conan O'Brien's Tonight Show start at 12:05. Jay Leno went for that deal, but Conan O'Brien balked. He felt that moving the Tonight Show to 12:05 would basically kill it.
And Conan was right. But since Conan wouldn't move, NBC has essentially dumped him and now Conan is out of a job.
It wasn't supposed to be this way. All the way back in 2004, Conan O'Brien signed a contract which stated that he would take over the Tonight Show from Jay Leno in 2009. At the time, Jay Leno seemed perfectly fine with this arrangement....