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So Last Week....
2017 Weekly Entertainment, Celebrity and Pop Culture Trivia Quiz.
Person of the Year, a wrestler at the Library of Congress, an old-timey sitcom and on-screen chaos. Call the neighbors and wake the kids, here's our pop culture recap quiz for the 49th week of 2017.
Weekend Wrap-Up
I want one..
Don’t worry, things get interesting again after this week.

The weekend before Star Wars is here and it brings a notable expansion and one un-notable wide release. Just stay with us. I promise things get better real soon.
     


 
 
Friday Box Office Analysis
What a little honeydripper.
With only one new wide release (and one awards contender expanding), this weekend is actually worse than the previous frame, where NO new movies appeared in theaters.
Weekend Forecast
Rene Russo in an old guy movie=sadness.
December eases into this whole “holiday extravaganza” thing...
December Forecast
And now, from the Jedi Stick Squad...
I'm not sure anyone was really asking for it, but Star Wars is nevertheless back again. Will it win the month?
5 Ways to Prep: Christmas
BAD Santa.
It’s that magical time of year when movie theater activity picks back up during a bountiful Thanksgiving and holiday shopping is in full swing.
Review: Three Billboards
Weird movie title is weird.
It's been seven months since Mildred Hayes' daughter was raped and burned to death, and one day, while driving down a remote country road just outside Ebbing, Missouri.
November Box Office Recap
Chris of the Month
Thanksgiving is the time of family tradition, when we all get together, feast until our bellies burst, and then promptly explode with rage waiting for the doors to open at Walmart.
Viking Night
FAR!
So, you’ve been chosen to replace Sean Connery as James Bond.
Survivor Recap
Yay!
The alliance was just blown up and Ryan and Chrissy have NO idea what just hit them.
Oscar Watch
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The Oscar race officially entered its second phase this week when several critics groups began handing out their prizes for the top films of the year.
Review: Three Billboards
Laud!
Dark comedy — when it is true dark comedy, which is increasingly rare — is strengthened by its ability to wring genuine humor and genuine tragedy out of the same situation.
Survivor Recap
We can't with him.
If you're still with me all the way to this episode, you deserve a medal or cookie or something, 'cause this one's been a bit of a chore to keep watching.
The Big Picture
Recent & upcoming films, awards and, if we're lucky, home phone numbers

December 10, 2017
Career notes, awards, recent and upcoming movies.

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Trivia
This week's question:

The second scene in this 1989 film takes place five years after the first. The third scene takes place five years after the second.

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Top 5
Stephanie DeGateo's
Top 5 Rabbit Movies
  1. Harvey
  2. Who Framed Roger Rabbit
  3. Monty Python and the Holy Grail
  4. Donnie Darko
  5. Fatal Attraction
This Date in Film History
  1914:

Star of many a Hope/Crosby Road movie, Dorothy Lamour is born Mary Leta Dorothy Slaton in New Orleans, Louisiana.

1978:

A heart attack takes the life of infamous director Ed Wood. He later is the subject of the Tim Burton film bearing his name.


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