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20 Things You Never Knew About 'Fargo'

By Joe Robberson on
The Coen brothers' classic celebrates its 20th anniversary. Read Full Story

'Fifty Shades of Steve Buscemi' Just Made Everything Better

By Lani Conway on
Dare to enter Buscemi's red room of pain. Read Full Story

Watch: Jimmy Fallon Makes Steve Buscemi Read Weird Tweets

By Darrick Thomas on
(Getty)If you could get Steve Buscemi to say anything, in all his weird yet cool glory, what would it be? That was the premise behind a very special edition of "Late Night Hashtags" on last night's Fallon. For the uninitiated the segment revolves around Jimmy creating a hashtag his followers then tweet out with a response to the random topic. Since Buscemi was appearing to promote the newest season of Boadwalk Empire, this week's hashtag was #MakeBuscemiSay, and it started trending right away...Read Full Story

Zimbio Review - 'The Incredible Burt Wonderstone' Isn't

By Joe Robberson on
(New Line) The Bottom Line Should you see it? No. Why? There's a healthy dose of Carell doing Will Ferrell and that's fine, but the formula is tired and Carrey just doesn't bring it. The Incredible Burt Wonderstone starts like every other silly comedy of recent history—with the goofball lead as a child. The flashback intro explains why the main character is such a weirdo as an adult. Annie Hall kind of started this trend (just not in prologue) and we saw it in Ted and That's My Boy last...Read Full Story

Zimbio Review - 'Rampart'

By Joe Robberson on
The Bottom Line Should you see it? Yes. Why? Woody Harrelson provides an intense portrait of a violent dirty cop and rules every scene he's in. Rampart deals with one of the more compelling cinematic subjects: a dirty cop. Blessed with an impressive pedigree, including director/co-writer Oren Moverman and co-writer James Ellroy, Rampart succeeds in shedding a light on an amoral racist rogue of a police officer while never ignoring the character's humanity. Credit Woody Harrelson for his...Read Full Story
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