Articles about The Full Monty

They Can Dance If They Want to
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Video: A supercut of dance scenes from 77 movies
Added by on 5/30/13
How did "Gandhi" Beat "E.T."?
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@hitfix lists 10 Oscars the Academy would like a mulligan on, e.g. "How Green Was My Valley" over "Citizen Kane" (really?)
Source: www.hitfix.com
Added by on 2/20/13
Robert Carlyle on 'California Solo'
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Category: Cast & Crew
Tagged: Trainspotting, The Full Monty, California Solo, Robert Carlyle
Director Marshall Lewy contributes to a discussion about Carlyle's latest film and career in films like "Trainspotting" and "The Full Monty."
Added by on 12/12/12
Movies That Make the Economy Funny
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What's so funny about a financial crisis? A lot. Check out some of the funniest movies ever made about economic hardship.
Added by on 7/17/12
Strip Strips
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Because you needed it without knowing it, @thr presents "Your Guide to 50 Years of Stripper-Themed Movies Gallery"
Added by on 6/26/12
Bodies of Work: 46 Unforgettable Nude Scenes
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Kristen Stewart isn't shy in ''On the Road''; see others who've disrobed for a role. (Hey, people! The human body is nothing to snicker at! Okay, maybe sometimes...)
Source: www.ew.com
Added by on 5/27/12
Pop culture's best male strippers
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With "Magic Mike" hitting theaters soon, EW looks back at some of the most memorable male strippers on film and TV.
Source: popwatch.ew.com
Added by on 5/17/12
... and 1 Forgettable Slideshow
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In a brazen play for page views, @ew gallery-lists "38 unforgettable nude scenes" from movies in PG-13 style
Source: www.ew.com
Added by on 4/19/11
Becoming a Hollywood Star by Age 50
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Category: Cast & Crew
Tagged: Tom Wilkinson, Priest, The Full Monty, In The Bedroom
Tom Wilkinson didn't take a very direct route to Hollywood fame, but he's there to stay. A detailed profile
Added by on 4/5/11
Hollywood Hates Middle-Class
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An article about how Hollywood doesn't much make movies about the middle-class. They leave that to the Brits.
Source: www.nytimes.com
Added by on 12/13/10
Robert Carlyle on 'California Solo'
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Category: Cast & Crew
Tagged: Trainspotting, The Full Monty, California Solo, Robert Carlyle
Director Marshall Lewy contributes to a discussion about Carlyle's latest film and career in films like "Trainspotting" and "The Full Monty."
Added by on 12/12/12
Becoming a Hollywood Star by Age 50
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Category: Cast & Crew
Tagged: Tom Wilkinson, Priest, The Full Monty, In The Bedroom
Tom Wilkinson didn't take a very direct route to Hollywood fame, but he's there to stay. A detailed profile
Added by on 4/5/11
How did "Gandhi" Beat "E.T."?
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@hitfix lists 10 Oscars the Academy would like a mulligan on, e.g. "How Green Was My Valley" over "Citizen Kane" (really?)
Source: www.hitfix.com
Added by on 2/20/13
Movies That Make the Economy Funny
Interesting
What's so funny about a financial crisis? A lot. Check out some of the funniest movies ever made about economic hardship.
Added by on 7/17/12
Strip Strips
Interesting
Because you needed it without knowing it, @thr presents "Your Guide to 50 Years of Stripper-Themed Movies Gallery"
Added by on 6/26/12
Bodies of Work: 46 Unforgettable Nude Scenes
Interesting
Kristen Stewart isn't shy in ''On the Road''; see others who've disrobed for a role. (Hey, people! The human body is nothing to snicker at! Okay, maybe sometimes...)
Source: www.ew.com
Added by on 5/27/12
... and 1 Forgettable Slideshow
Interesting
In a brazen play for page views, @ew gallery-lists "38 unforgettable nude scenes" from movies in PG-13 style
Source: www.ew.com
Added by on 4/19/11
They Can Dance If They Want to
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Video: A supercut of dance scenes from 77 movies
Added by on 5/30/13
Pop culture's best male strippers
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With "Magic Mike" hitting theaters soon, EW looks back at some of the most memorable male strippers on film and TV.
Source: popwatch.ew.com
Added by on 5/17/12
Hollywood Hates Middle-Class
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An article about how Hollywood doesn't much make movies about the middle-class. They leave that to the Brits.
Source: www.nytimes.com
Added by on 12/13/10