'Someone Marry Barry' Red-Band Trailer

If someone doesn't, we will. He seems like fun. You know that friend that is fun to go out with drinking or partying, but is a complete liability in social situations? If you can't readily name that friend, then you ARE that friend. Well, that's Barry. Barry is a bit of a loose cannon, so his friends put him on the marriage block in the hopes they can sort of pawn him off on the fairer sex. But first they have to find him a girl. And so it begins...

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'Retreat' Trailer Pits Billy Elliott Against A Married Couple

And this is why you never trust a ginger. On a remote British Island, a man (Cillian Murphy) and his wife (Thandie Newton) are living a quiet, peaceful existence until a vacation in which they rescue an injured man who washes ashore. The strange man is played by a very grown up and very creepy Jamie Bell, who audiences fell in love with as Billy Elliott. Well, Mr. Elliott has a bit of a dark side, the inhabitants discover as they find a gun to go along with his sordid past. Despite their reservations, they reluctantly believe his claim that a deadly affliction has wiped out much of the earth, forcing the trio to quarantine themselves in their cabin. First time director Carl Tibbetts seems to have found a winning formula here. The minimalistic sets do a good job of fostering tension and claustrophobia. Also jarring is hearing Mr. Murphy speak with a brogue. He's been in so many American films recently, I felt we had naturalized him. Nope. Still Irish.


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It's nice to get the dysfunctional family back together. While the success of the cast of Married...with Children is a bit of a mixed-bag, don't ever say that they weren't their for each other. Or do say that. It's really not very important what you say about the cast of an almost 30 year-old sitcom. The gang that helped change the dynamic of family sitcoms forever got back together to celebrate Peggy Bundy's (Katey Sagal) induction onto the Hollywood walk of fame. In addition to her role has Peggy, Sagal has made herself known as the voice of Leela on Futurama, and in the FX show Sons of Anarchy. Her star was placed next to co-star Ed O'Neill's, which is awesome, because that's the very thing Al Bundy would have hated.


'Jersey Boys' Trailer: Clint Eastwood Goes Every Which Broadway But Loose

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