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Because guys like romance too ...

...Hudson and Matthew McConaughey, opened last week to commercial, if not critical success. "27 Dresses," with Katherine Heigl, has been playing for a couple of weeks and looks to be a solid, if typical, chick-flick. And "Juno," this...

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'Splice' not a smart sci-fi thriller

...look-how-insanely-difficult-it-is-to-have-kids-but-oh-aren't-they-cute flick starring Katherine Heigl and one of the army guys from "Transformers." This plot has been filmed hundreds of times and makes it into just...

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Nine-month process told with comedic touch

...all the way across the board, especially in the case of the two leads: Rogan and ?Grey?s Anatomy? star Katherine Heigl. Also good in smaller roles are the dysfunctional married couple Pete and Debbie played perfectly by Leslie Mann and...

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The Nut Job

Now Playing Synopsis: A scheming squirrel named Surly (voiced by Will Arnett) gathers a crackerjack crew of critters to pull off a heist of the local nut shop so that they will have enough food to make it through the winter. Liam Neeson, Brendan Fraser, Katherine Heigl, and Gabriel Iglesias also lend their voices to this upbeat animated caper comedy. ~ Jason Buchanan, Rovi Cast: Will Arnett, Brendan Fraser, Liam Neeson, Katherine Heigl, Stephen Lang Movie Details Play Trailer Buy Tickets Movie Review

One for the Money

Synopsis: Recently divorced and desperate for a job following a string of misfortunes, 30-year-old Stephanie Plum (Katherine Heigl) goes to work at her cousin's bail bond business, and begins investigating her first case. On the plus side, Stephanie proves to be a resourceful employee with a skill for ferreting out the truth; on the minus side, her first case is that of a Trenton, NJ cop who broke her heart in high school and now stands accused of murder. ~ Jason Buchanan, Rovi Cast: Katherine Heigl, Jason O'Mara Movie Details Play Trailer Buy Tickets Movie Review

One for the Money

Synopsis: Recently divorced and desperate for a job following a string of misfortunes, 30-year-old Stephanie Plum (Katherine Heigl) goes to work at her cousin's bail bond business, and begins investigating her first case. On the plus side, Stephanie proves to be a resourceful employee with a skill for ferreting out the truth; on the minus side, her first case is that of a Trenton, NJ cop who broke her heart in high school and now stands accused of murder. ~ Jason Buchanan, Rovi Cast: Katherine Heigl, Jason O'Mara Movie Details Play Trailer Buy Tickets Movie Review

One for the Money

Synopsis: Recently divorced and desperate for a job following a string of misfortunes, 30-year-old Stephanie Plum (Katherine Heigl) goes to work at her cousin's bail bond business, and begins investigating her first case. On the plus side, Stephanie proves to be a resourceful employee with a skill for ferreting out the truth; on the minus side, her first case is that of a Trenton, NJ cop who broke her heart in high school and now stands accused of murder. ~ Jason Buchanan, Rovi Cast: Katherine Heigl, Jason O'Mara Movie Details Play Trailer Buy Tickets Movie Review

Wuthering Heights

Opens Friday, Nov 11, 2011 Synopsis: Leave it to MTV to cook up a musical version of Emily Brontë's brooding 19th century British novel Wuthering Heights, updated to the 21st century and relocated to Southern California. This time around, the kindly Mr. Earnshaw (John Doe), father of spoiled-rotten Cate (not Cathy) and Hendrix (not Hindley) Earnshaw, lives in a reconverted lighthouse which he has christened Wuthering Heights. One day, Earnshaw brings home an abandoned child named Heath (not Heathcliff), whom he semi-adopts, much to the dismay of his natural son, Hendrix, but to the delight of the willful Cate. Upon reaching adulthood, Heath (Mike Vogel) declares his love for Cate (Erika Christensen), but they are kept separated by the envious Hendrix (Johnny Whitworth) and by the covetous Cate's intention to opt for wealth and security by wedding preppy snob Edward (not Edgar) Linton (Christopher Masterson). The spurned Heath decides to get even with Cate by spitefully entering into a marriage with Edward's sister, Isabel (not Isabella, played by Katherine Heigl), who manages to entrap the sexy Heath (who has achieved a measure of fame as a rock singer) with the help of her bitchy best friend, Raquelle (Aimee Osbourne), a character with surprisingly no counterpart in the Brontë original. The original songs were penned by Jim Steinman, the man largely responsible for Meat Loaf's classic album {^Bat out of Hell}. Originally titled Wuthering Heights, CA, apparently out of concern that somewhere, someone might confuse this opus with the original novel, Wuthering Heights first aired on September 14, 2003. ~ Hal Erickson, Rovi Cast: Erika Christensen, Mike Vogel, Chris Masterson, Johnny Whitworth, Katherine Heigl Movie Details Buy Tickets Movie Review

Wuthering Heights

Opens Friday, Nov 11, 2011 Synopsis: Leave it to MTV to cook up a musical version of Emily Brontë's brooding 19th century British novel Wuthering Heights, updated to the 21st century and relocated to Southern California. This time around, the kindly Mr. Earnshaw (John Doe), father of spoiled-rotten Cate (not Cathy) and Hendrix (not Hindley) Earnshaw, lives in a reconverted lighthouse which he has christened Wuthering Heights. One day, Earnshaw brings home an abandoned child named Heath (not Heathcliff), whom he semi-adopts, much to the dismay of his natural son, Hendrix, but to the delight of the willful Cate. Upon reaching adulthood, Heath (Mike Vogel) declares his love for Cate (Erika Christensen), but they are kept separated by the envious Hendrix (Johnny Whitworth) and by the covetous Cate's intention to opt for wealth and security by wedding preppy snob Edward (not Edgar) Linton (Christopher Masterson). The spurned Heath decides to get even with Cate by spitefully entering into a marriage with Edward's sister, Isabel (not Isabella, played by Katherine Heigl), who manages to entrap the sexy Heath (who has achieved a measure of fame as a rock singer) with the help of her bitchy best friend, Raquelle (Aimee Osbourne), a character with surprisingly no counterpart in the Brontë original. The original songs were penned by Jim Steinman, the man largely responsible for Meat Loaf's classic album {^Bat out of Hell}. Originally titled Wuthering Heights, CA, apparently out of concern that somewhere, someone might confuse this opus with the original novel, Wuthering Heights first aired on September 14, 2003. ~ Hal Erickson, Rovi Cast: Erika Christensen, Mike Vogel, Chris Masterson, Johnny Whitworth, Katherine Heigl Movie Details Buy Tickets Movie Review

Wuthering Heights

Opens Friday, Nov 11, 2011 Synopsis: Leave it to MTV to cook up a musical version of Emily Brontë's brooding 19th century British novel Wuthering Heights, updated to the 21st century and relocated to Southern California. This time around, the kindly Mr. Earnshaw (John Doe), father of spoiled-rotten Cate (not Cathy) and Hendrix (not Hindley) Earnshaw, lives in a reconverted lighthouse which he has christened Wuthering Heights. One day, Earnshaw brings home an abandoned child named Heath (not Heathcliff), whom he semi-adopts, much to the dismay of his natural son, Hendrix, but to the delight of the willful Cate. Upon reaching adulthood, Heath (Mike Vogel) declares his love for Cate (Erika Christensen), but they are kept separated by the envious Hendrix (Johnny Whitworth) and by the covetous Cate's intention to opt for wealth and security by wedding preppy snob Edward (not Edgar) Linton (Christopher Masterson). The spurned Heath decides to get even with Cate by spitefully entering into a marriage with Edward's sister, Isabel (not Isabella, played by Katherine Heigl), who manages to entrap the sexy Heath (who has achieved a measure of fame as a rock singer) with the help of her bitchy best friend, Raquelle (Aimee Osbourne), a character with surprisingly no counterpart in the Brontë original. The original songs were penned by Jim Steinman, the man largely responsible for Meat Loaf's classic album {^Bat out of Hell}. Originally titled Wuthering Heights, CA, apparently out of concern that somewhere, someone might confuse this opus with the original novel, Wuthering Heights first aired on September 14, 2003. ~ Hal Erickson, Rovi Cast: Erika Christensen, Mike Vogel, Chris Masterson, Johnny Whitworth, Katherine Heigl Movie Details Buy Tickets Movie Review

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