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George Segal on learning how to bet from Robert Altman, fathering Denzel Washington, and more
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George Segal started his TV career just as the 1960s were getting underway, but within a few short years, he'd all but made a full-time transition to the big screen, where he spent the better part of the next two decades, starring in a decidedly diverse slate of films, including Who's Afraid Of Virginia Woolf?, Where's Poppa?, California Split, and Rollercoaster. In the '80s and '90s, Segal shifted into doing more small-screen work, including the long-running Just Shoot Me. A talk with him about all of that here.
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Added by on 9/23/13
Bad Romance: 23 Doomed Movie/TV Couples We Love
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Bad love affairs come in many forms -- he could be a lot older than you, a sociopath, or just not your husband. Hey, we don't judge: Doomed romances are so very fun to watch.
Source: www.ew.com
Added by on 5/24/13
Sizzle or Fizzle? Real-Life Couples On Screen
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Brad and Angelina, Bogey and Bacall, Liz and Dick, Ben Affleck and...many ladies; see whose connection translated from off-screen to on -- and who lost the spark
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Added by on 7/10/12
Wes Anderson's Favorite Films
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Wes Anderson picks his 5 favorite films for @rottentomatoes; some excellent (and a few obscure) choices, not surprisingly
Added by on 6/12/12
Drunk Mess: 9 Great Alcoholic Movie Characters
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Some of the members on this list are mean drunks, others are just occasionally douchey. Whether running toward the party or away from their screwed up pasts, all of them throw back the sauce often and with relish.
Added by on 10/28/11
You...You Think You're Drunker Than ME?!
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Twenty of film's drunkest drunks.
Added by on 5/27/11
Elizabeth Taylor's 20 Greatest Roles
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An obsessed fan and writer goes through and lists Liz Taylor's 20 best roles on film.
Added by on 3/31/11
George Segal on learning how to bet from Robert Altman, fathering Denzel Washington, and more
Interesting
George Segal started his TV career just as the 1960s were getting underway, but within a few short years, he'd all but made a full-time transition to the big screen, where he spent the better part of the next two decades, starring in a decidedly diverse slate of films, including Who's Afraid Of Virginia Woolf?, Where's Poppa?, California Split, and Rollercoaster. In the '80s and '90s, Segal shifted into doing more small-screen work, including the long-running Just Shoot Me. A talk with him about all of that here.
Source: www.avclub.com
Added by on 9/23/13
Elizabeth Taylor's 20 Greatest Roles
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An obsessed fan and writer goes through and lists Liz Taylor's 20 best roles on film.
Added by on 3/31/11
Bad Romance: 23 Doomed Movie/TV Couples We Love
Interesting
Bad love affairs come in many forms -- he could be a lot older than you, a sociopath, or just not your husband. Hey, we don't judge: Doomed romances are so very fun to watch.
Source: www.ew.com
Added by on 5/24/13
Sizzle or Fizzle? Real-Life Couples On Screen
Interesting
Brad and Angelina, Bogey and Bacall, Liz and Dick, Ben Affleck and...many ladies; see whose connection translated from off-screen to on -- and who lost the spark
Source: www.ew.com
Added by on 7/10/12
Wes Anderson's Favorite Films
Interesting
Wes Anderson picks his 5 favorite films for @rottentomatoes; some excellent (and a few obscure) choices, not surprisingly
Added by on 6/12/12
Drunk Mess: 9 Great Alcoholic Movie Characters
Interesting
Some of the members on this list are mean drunks, others are just occasionally douchey. Whether running toward the party or away from their screwed up pasts, all of them throw back the sauce often and with relish.
Added by on 10/28/11
You...You Think You're Drunker Than ME?!
Interesting
Twenty of film's drunkest drunks.
Added by on 5/27/11