Eva Mendes is a Latina goddess

The lovely Latina actress Eva Mendes is back in the news with her recent role in “Girl in Progress.”

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Christmas movies – Téa Leoni looks her best in “The Family Man”

Téa Leoni is one of the most beautiful women in Hollywood, and she’s never looked better than how she looked in “The Family Man.” Check out the clip above if you want to see for yourself.

The film is a good rental for the holidays. Nicolas Cage has made some great movies and he’s also made his share of stinkers. This role won’t be listed as one of his best, but he’s excellent in this film as well. Cage plays a single guy who has it all when it comes to freedom and material things, but then he’s given a taste of what he’s missing by not having married his college sweetheart. That’s where Téa Leoni comes in. If any character can convince a bachelor that marriage is worth the trade-offs, Téa Leoni’s character in “The Family Man” is the one!


Universal Pictures releases brand new Robin Hood trailer

Everyone knows the Robin Hood story, but we don’t know it as told by Ridley Scott. At least, not yet. The “Gladiator” director put together an incredible cast, including Russell Crowe as Robin Hood and Cate Blanchett as Marion. The film is set to release on May 14.

In anticipation of the film’s upcoming release, Universal pictures has release a new trailer for Scott’s “Robin Hood.” If the brand new trailer isn’t enough to get you excited, the official site has loads of Robin Hood pictures, clips and exclusive web features.


Post-Apocalyptic Cinematic

Bullz-Eye.com has a great list of 15 films where humanity isn’t doing so hot. The top movie on the list is “Planet of the Apes.”

Though this isn’t actually a best-to-worst list, “Planet of the Apes” was always going to be sitting at the top. Not only has it been the subject of countless pop culture parodies (admit it, “Simpsons” geeks: you’ve been singing “I hate every ape I see / From chimpan-A to chimpanzee” since you started reading) and contains one of the greatest movie lines of all time (“Take your stinking paws off me, you damn dirty ape!”), but it was a defining moment in late ’60s science fiction, leaving a legacy that even Tim Burton’s craptastic remake wasn’t able to taint…much. Everyone knows the famous State of Liberty scene where Taylor (Charlton Heston) damns the maniacs all to hell for blowing up the planet, but Earth’s real problem started with the plague that hit in 1983 (!), which killed off the majority of the planet’s dogs and cats. After a suitable period of mourning, humanity turned to monkeys and apes as pets, a regrettable decision which quickly led to simian slave labor and the inevitable uprising. At this point, things get a little sketchy, but a nuclear exchange definitely took place, and it was all downhill for humanity after that…not that apekind didn’t have its own troubles. (See “Battle for the Planet of the Apes” for details.) Good thing the mutants had the Alpha-Omega Bomb to serve as the great equalizer. Of course, their version of leveling the playing field involved leveling the entire planet, but, hey, you can’t argue with those kinds of results.

The original is soooo good, and Tim Burton’s remake is soooo bad!


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