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Ignore the Reviews and Go See 'Annie'

By JJ Duncan on
Quvenzhan√© Wallis is the feisty heart of a musical that's better than you're hearing.Read Full Story

Zimbio Flash Film Review: 'Neighbors'

By Joe Robberson on
The Rogen/Efron comedy thrives on being as obscene as possible.Read Full Story

Zac Efron Is the Hottest Frat Guy Ever in the New 'Neighbors' Trailer

By Jill Slattery on
Don't you just hate it when a fraternity moves into your neighborhood? That's the premise behind Neighbors, the upcoming comedy starring Seth Rogen and Rose Byrne as a sweet married couple with a new baby, and Zac Efron as the ringleader of a rowdy fraternity that moves in across the street.Directed by Nicholas Stoller (Forgetting Sarah Marshall, Get Him to the Greek, The Muppets), Neighbors looks absolutely hilarious. But more importantly, it showcases the all-grown-up hotness of Zac Efron...Read Full Story

10 Reasons Why 'Neighbors' Should Be on Your Movie Radar

By Darrick Thomas on
Neighbors pits frat boys against suburbanites in battle of party life vs. family life. And a battle it is. Pranks escalate to acts of domestic terrorism when bros become foes of the once quiet neighborhood. If the premise alone isn't enough to pique your interest, we found 10 things that will:1. Shirtless Zach Efron2. Shirtless Seth Rogen3. This face4. A Robert De Niro theme party5. Butt fireworks6. Seth Rogen getting hit in the face with an exercise ball7. Rose Byrne8. McLovin makin' lovin'9...Read Full Story

Zimbio Review - 'The Internship' is the Funniest Commercial of the Year

By Joe Robberson on
(20th Century Fox) The Bottom Line Should you see it? Yes. Why? Declawed with a PG-13 rating, Vince Vaughn and Owen Wilson still manage to work their magic... kind of. The joy of seeing Owen Wilson and Vince Vaughn back together again is tainted by the fact The Internship worships so sickeningly at the altar of tech giant Google. The boys manage to overshadow the film's reverance (and a surprisingly lame supporting cast) for the most part however with several scenes of their trademark...Read Full Story
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