Antonio Banderas On The Hunt For World's Best Stripper

Sienna Guillory looks really good with her clothes off. Antonio Banderas is on the hunt for a stripper. And not in the Charlie Sheen Most Dangerous Game kind of way. In The Big Bang, he plays a private investigator hired by a giant to find his missing stripper girlfriend, Sienna Guillory, and the $30 million worth of diamonds she's carrying. Along the way he encounters danger, Snoop Dogg on a porn set, James Van Der Beek, Autumn Reeser's horny waitress, and Sam Elliott as a gazillionaire visionary trying to re-create the Big Bang beneath the desert. Sounds all well and good, but just show more of the stripper, guys. Seriously.

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Why are they so vulgar? The thing about Disney movies is that they're rarely edgy. Which makes them unrealistic. In real life, people swear and say terrible things. In order to reflect THAT reality, Kyle J. Britt has given the unnecessary censorship treatment to the superhero film Big Hero 6. And we learn that Beymax is kind of vulgar, as are most inflatable balloon men. (In my own personal experience. I don't want to generalize.) Britt has done this work-up before on movies like The Amazing Spider-Man and Frozen. I guess it was just a matter of time before he took to a film that was still in the theaters. (A.V. Club)


Here's A New 'Avengers: Age Of Ultron' Trailer For Your RDA Of Flash And Bangs

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Apparently only good-looking people were allowed to photograph South Africa after apartheid. I had no idea. I'm not down on Ryan Phillipe, Malin Akerman, or the abtastic Taylor Kitsch, but they aren't known as acting chameleons along the lines of Christian Bale or Gary Oldman, so to ask all three to adopt the notoriously difficult South African accent is a tall order. One that, predictably, goes unfilled in The Bang Bang Club. The movie center on photographers with the high-risk assignment of documenting the end of apartheid in South Africa in the early 90's. What could have been a compelling narrative ends up looking like the Deep Impact to The Blood Diamond's Armageddon. Phillipe, you're plenty handsome and a fine actor, but you're no Leo DiCaprio. Taylor Kitsch, you're plenty handsome...(awkward silence). If this was a fictional story, it wouldn't fall quite short of expectations (based on this trailer, anyway) but as the subject matter is real, it feels like the team fell short of their goal. Apparently only good-looking people were allowed to photograph South Africa after apartheid. I had no idea. (Playlist)


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